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Do they really get along? - 11/08/13

What happens during the commercial breaks of a newscast could, without a doubt, fill a sitcom.  Today, Bob, Erin, Craig and I had way too much fun... making fun of each other, making fun of ourselves and just generally having a good time.

People often wonder whether "talent" gets along in real life.  I'm lucky that we do. 

We sing songs and today's choices were mostly classic rock and country.  We talk fashion.  Bob and Erin still can't believe I bought my maroon pumps at Target.  Erin gives Bob a hard time.  Craig and agree on controversial topics and have our eyes rolling in sync. 

If we come back from break and you sense a little smile or hear a small laugh, just know that we love our jobs and enjoy spending time with each other.  And if you really want to get a glimpse into what goes on behind the scenes, tune into our live streaming!

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!

 

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