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Old 02-20-2019, 09:46 AM
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" The Weather Girl"

Our local stations discovered somewhere along the way, that s-e-x sells.The frompy weather
guy was replaced by the weather "girl"...Or I guess nowadays you're supposed to say"weather
person"..indulge me, I'm an old man and I don't care.
This last year we had one the girls go to another station, and she was a real looker,-She was
replaced with a girl that didn't have her looks, but did what I thought was a great job.This girl
actually talked so I could understand her....Didn't have that"valley girl" talking through her nose
thing. Six months later the "looker" came back, got her old slot back,and the other girl was
never seen again.Kinda sad, because I thought she deserved better than that.
She did not dress like a hooker, But I guess the station figured the visual entertainment was
more important than doing a good job.Seems a little unfair to me.....


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Old 02-20-2019, 09:56 PM
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I was in a taco place a few weeks ago for lunch and they had Mexican TV on. The weather girl came on and there wasn't a bite of food eaten until she was finished. I have no idea what she said or what the forecast was, but I'm positive they had to use a turnbuckle to get that dress on her. Don't think I've seen curves like that since trying to drive on a Colorado mountain road!

Honestly, I read and re-read your complaint, Tom, and I don't even begin to have a problem with an attractive weather girl. Hell, the weather here never matches the forecast anyway.


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Old 02-21-2019, 08:07 AM
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C'mon TJ, you're sharper than that...I have no problem with good lookin' women, I even married one.My
problem is with employers who dangle a carrot in front of someone's nose. then yank it away.I was thinking
how the replacement must have felt to get the chance, do a good job, and then basically be told,"You don;t
fill out a tight dress like so and so does.But you're right about one thing...they never get the weather right here, either. P.S. I bet the Mexican girl could have had a face like Phyllis Diller and
still got the gig!


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