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> Don't feel bad Sean.
> I wrote a little message this morning on the same topic (I had JUST heard
> about this sit-com on the radio for this first time on my way to work
> today). I found it funny, and wondered if anyone else had heard of it.
> After posting my friendly little, "Hey guys, didja hear this?" note, my
> mailbox was soon filled with messages along the lines of: "Uh, helloooooo?
> They did a story in that in Intercom... you know, the STC's monthly
> Wouldn't everyone be shocked and dismayed to hear that I don't read
> Intercom, because I don't get Intercom, because I am not - nor ever will I
> be - a member of the STC!!!
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