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I've been listening to each of my CDs (about halfway through) to decide which to keep and which to let go. There's no NBC news at 6pm today, just golf, so I'll have an extra one to listen to. I no longer have any way to listen to cassettes (probably should have thought of that before I gave away the stereo, eh?) but I can tell which ones I want to keep and I have a friend who will move them to CD for me.
The CD I'm listening to is a good reason for an iPod. Not enough for me to buy one, though. It's a rather uneven CD called Bring It On Home. Some of the pieces are great, but some, like the jokey recital right now, are not.
I just ate; I really was stuffed for two days yesterday.
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