Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
I sometimes forget very enjoyable National Public Radio features until…
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I sometimes forget very enjoyable National Public Radio features until I hear them again. Examples: the puzzle and "Voices in the News" from Weekend Edition Sunday. Another example: NPR dreams. I let myself slumber after the alarm has gone off and find the news in my dreams. I think in my dream this morning I met Muhammad Karzai, the new prime minister of Afghanistan.
I was so involved in my conversation with Seth last night that I forgot to listen to A Prairie Home Companion and I can't listen to the repeat today (probably) because I'll be having brunch with my sister, who can't stand PHC. Oh, well.