Monday, December 29

A Slow News Day Compass?

Tonight on CBC-TV's Compass, the provincial supper-time news hour program:

Top story:
- a house explosion in Summerside, drug cops are part of the investigation.

Other stories:
- a small igloo a man (or two men) built in his (their) yard melted due to warm temperatures.
- a recap of the up-and-down temperatures we've been having the past couple of weeks.  It was reported, however, that January is usually a colder month.
- a school class (or was it a kindergarten class) had a tour of a heritage home.
- the not-from-here weatherman kept pronouncing Souris as Soor-iss.  My question is: how many phone calls or complaints will the CBC get because of that?

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1 comment:

John said...

Funny I thought the exact same thing when watching the news tonight.