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September 21, 2004



Wow, I think you watch a lot of TV.
Almost as much as me! :)

Tung Yin

Sadly, I've had to cut down on some of my TV watching because my five month old son has enough head control to be able to turn and see the TV when we don't want him to. No TV for him until he's two years old, and only a little bit then. So any shows that are on before his bedtime have to be taped, and at some point, the hassle outweighs the joys from the show. So I may be down to: "Last Comic Standing," "The Amazing Race," "Lost," "Survivor," "The Apprentice," "CSI," and "Boston Legal."

Uh, I guess that still sounds like a lot.


LOL! Yeah, that was my plan, too.
But now my 14 month old can put in a Baby Einstein video on his own. It actually helps me out a lot because while I get ready in the morning, he's content to be dancing and playing and talking with the characters in the video.


One word: TiVo


WooHoo! Chip and Kim Win!!!!

What I liked about them is that Chip always took the high road. He never did anything out of malice. I wish them the best!


Denny Crain.

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