"Savvy Traveler" Waves Goodbye

A. Joseph Ross lawyer@attorneyross.com
Sat Mar 6 01:50:36 EST 2004

On 5 Mar 2004 at 10:28, Damon Cassell wrote:

> But you could have XM in your car and hear the World Service unedited,
> unsanitized. I agree that the WS news tends to be dry but they do have
> excellent documentary and special features. The World Service can be
> erratic and frustrating but often brilliant, and I actually still listen
> to the shortwave signal directed at the Caribbean, which is quite
> listenable here in New England.
Listening to it on WBUR is a bit less expensive.

I think some people think the World Service is dry because it carries real news.  Some of the 
nonsense that passes for news on CNN and NECN these days is such a waste of time!

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