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Old 02-24-2015, 11:22 AM
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Default In TV, the glass is half full

In fact, I feel that my "cup runneth over."

Attached is an editorial by Larry Croom from today's Daily Sun (attached for those who aren't in TV). He expresses my feelings better than I can. Thanks, Larry!
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I thought the article was well written and conveyed accurate thoughts!
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It is indeed a nice gesture but I get very leery when people say my cup runneth over. These kumbaya moments leaves one very vulnerable.

Actually it may be a good thread for discussion of relationships
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