Friday, December 22, 2006

You Got News?!



México Countdown: 16 days!!

15 comments:

  1. We have channel 5 Eyewitness News here too in San Francisco. Not your same call letters of course.
    Great countdown. I'm happy for you.
    Have a great day.

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  2. Yep, looks like they could cover the news. We have a Channel 5 Eyewitness News too.

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  3. What if there's nothing to talk about? What do they do then? :)

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  4. Now that is a lot of news :) :) Guess you dont have any snow as of yet.. :)

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  5. they have very sofisticated cars.
    have a nice day Kate.

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  6. et pour quel evenement, il y a autant de journaliste ?
    impressionnant.


    and for which event, there is as much journalist? impressing.

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  7. Excellent alternative to Chrismas posts! Any news about Santa? LOL
    Great combination of photographs.

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  8. There are some days I simply refuse to look at or listen to the "news", and I always feel a little fresher and a little more hopeful during those days.

    When I do watch the news I count the stories of blood and mayhem, usually having to do with wrecks or family feuds or fires . . . those stories far, far outnumber stories that really tell the NEWS one might wish to hear.

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  9. I've heard newsrooms create news. But maybe more like CNN, MSNBC, etc., than the local stations like this one.

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  10. I was listening to the new 24 hour news from France the other day, and I found my self thinking, hey, I have heard this same story 5 times.......I guess it was a slow day in France! Sorry Eric :)

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  11. I guess the Eyewitness News Team is covering The Countdown!
    Your photo sort of startled me this morning-last night I (ahem) bypassed the "stairs closed" sign again at Stone Arch Bridge, and when I eventually ascended those stairs just what kind of truck do you think I saw waiting at the top?
    You guessed it-EYEWITNESS NEWS! Probably getting a live-shot of the cool skyline.

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  12. hello kate! I see you're getting excited about Mexico. Good for you!

    In the spirit of Christmas, I would like to thank you for being a KLDP regular. Your daily comments really brighten my days.

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  13. We have three local news stations and I don't watch any of them. My preference is the national news. in fact I often skip the national news given I have read it all on the Internet during the day anyway.

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  15. I cant believe you will be leaving soon - so I guess its mexico DP =D

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