She says I’m “holding a grudge.” She says it’s not healthy for me, that she wishes I could “let it go.” She thinks I’m allowing the past to rob my life in the present. She says that I just can’t afford to “hold on” to this anger and resentment any more.
Antsy anchors, restless reporters, wandering weathercasters, straying sportscasters — for staff turnover, few industries can match local television, where the cute-pretty-dignified faces, white-capped-bleached teeth, poofy-coiffured-helmet hair and friendly-dramatic-alarming voices can change at the drop of a commercial break.
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