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Did anyone catch the show The Guardian last night (mar.9)I missed the first 20 minutes, so being a satellite user I tried catching it 3 hrs later on the west coast broadcast and sure enough I fell asleep and missed it again. Long story short is that the story line on the show was that one of the main characters was diagnosed with ALS.It surprised me but glad to see that we might be getting some weekly exposure about our world.I hope they do us a good job informing the audience, from what I saw they are.
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