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When I arise in the a.m., other than conversing, no noise of any kind for me, please.
I actually used my alarm clock today (rather than the one on my phone). It was set to a radio frequency that was mostly feedback, with occasional prayers and Mandarin news stories.
I don't remember the last time I listened to the radio.
I'll remember to be vewy vewy quiet should I ever have occasion to spend an am with you, Vicomtesse.I am very glad you used a backup alarm today, OFKAR, and hopefully the prayers didn't hurt either.No CBC for you, John? I find this somewhat shocking.
Not being the best sleeper, I listen to a lot of late night radio and enjoy the BBC World Service.
It's really interesting, Kathy, and gives you a fresh perspective on things. Although I would rather be sleeping.
Yeah, you're not the first to peg me as a CBC guy. I check out their website on a daily basis but that's about it. I usually tune into their Canada Reads program once a year, but missed it this year.
As I have a very open house I tend to turn on TV news in the morning and I can hear it most places. kelly
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