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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Sunday, January 30, 2005
Flipping channels: So, 300 channels and there's nothing on, but I did catch bits of a couple of shows that I would like to share. You see, right now they're bouncing around in my head killing brain cells and will continue to do so until I can let it out to torture someone else.

First, some channel is showing one of those silly list shows. This one is: "50 hottest Vegas moments." That's all I saw -- it's name. I'm thinking. Vegas is in the middle of the desert. What kind of show is this? Hottest Vegas Moment #37: Aug. 24, 2001, 2:01:33 p.m.

Second, another channel is showing a drama of some sort apparently about some people who are stranded in the middle of the ocean in a small inflatable boat. I didn't get an exact count, but there appear to be six or seven of them. After reading the title of the show, I really don't care about watching it, because the title ruins it: "Two came back." Why would you watch that show? Do we really care which of the two survive? I don't.

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