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Tuesday, February 10, 2004


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I live on the West Coast. I watch special events on TV. This is the origin of one of my major pet peeves. You know how many great television events are live "except on the West Coast"? Well, we hardly get anything live. For example, take the Grammys - big event, especially when you consider how much of the music industry is out here. The Grammys took place just down the street from Ontario. But we couldn't see them until three hours after they started. (Not that we wanted to, but that's another story.)

About the only major events that are televised live out here are sporting events. Make that most sporting events. When the Los Angeles Lakers play on the East Coast, we get the game on tape delay. For example, if you tuned in to KLAC AM 570 at about 5:30pm, you would have heard Lakers pre-game show stuff. Go up the dial to KFWB AM 980, and you would have heard the halftime score.

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