breakpoint_first_commentary

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This commentary, the first BreakPoint broadcast, first aired September 2, 1991. It is being re-aired to commemorate BreakPoint's tenth anniversary. Welcome Aboard: The Very First BreakPoint Welcome to BreakPoint. Since this is our first broadcast, I'd like to begin by telling you what I hope to accomplish in the five minutes I'll be spending with you on the air each day. I can do that best with a story. When my work keeps me holed up in my study all day, my wife, Patty, is my eyes and ears to the outside world. She monitors what's on news and television, and then she fills me in at the end of the day. One day she simply couldn't wait till the end of the day. She saw a program so jarring that she burst through the door of my study. "Come on," she said. "You've got to see this." She had been watching the Phil Donahue show. The guests that day were mothers talking about their children's sex lives. How did they know about their children's sex lives? It
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course MAFT 541 taught by Professor Davidp.altopp during the Fall '10 term at Ventura College.

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