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June 14, 1992
I just read that Fox's "Get a Life!" won't return this fall. It's my favorite show and I'm really tired of my favorite shows being canceled. "Get a Life!" is funny and unusual and it should be given another chance. Chris Crosby, Covina
October 5, 1985
Howe much is enough? I feel sorry for the guy, but if he was just Joe Blow on the streets, he'd be doing time. Anyway, I'm tired of hearing about it. KELVIN D. FILER Compton
May 13, 1989
The North jury made a clear cut pronouncement! No one is above the law! What a dirty halo the supposed hero is wearing! I'm so tired of public officials claiming "I never did anything wrong." MRS. KENNETH COHEN Los Angeles
December 8, 1985
The title was "Kane & Abel," but this was Abel, Abel and more Abel with a little Kane thrown in. I got so tired of it. This was not fair to the brilliant Sam Neill! One wasn't Abel to see much of Kane. Dolores Hurt, North Hollywood
October 7, 1990
I am sick and tired of the language on TV. Little by little they are adding more each season. What happened to good, clean shows like in the '60s and '70s? I don't go for the answer that it needs to keep the shows realistic. Baloney! Pat Baker, Los Angeles
September 29, 1985
I have never seen anything so tasteless in my life. "Lady Blue" is a disgrace to all law enforcement. The show is full of one mindless act after another. To top it all off, the leading lady, Jamie Rose, has no business acting. I'm sick and tired of the "tough girl" attitude thrown into roles only men can play. Craig Knapp, Northridge
April 24, 1988
My husband and I wanted to thank CBS for bringing the Smothers Brothers back to TV. It is so nice to have such a fun hour to watch on Wednesday nights. I am tired of all the crime shows these days, and I look forward to the Smothers on Wednesdays. Valerie Minoux, Laguna Hills
December 10, 1995
In response to Simi Valley Mayor Greg Stratton, who thinks that libraries will be phased out in 10 or 20 years and become museums, I would like to forecast that people will instead get up stiff and tired from sitting in front of their computers and will take an important biography, a fine novel or an authoritative book on some subject they are interested in from the library, sit in a comfortable chair with feet up or take such a book on a trip or...
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