I don’t care how True Value Hardware is responding to COVID-19. I really don’t. So gay.
You fell for it. So gullible and gay.MisterT wrote: ↑Thu Apr 02, 2020 11:39 amYou all are ridiculous. They more awareness raised, the better. Clearly no one can handle a woman in power. If this was Rick Snyder you all would be drooling with admiration for taking responsibility. When there is no leadership at the federal level I am beyond grateful to have a competent governor during this crisis regardless of party. Michigan has the third most cases in the nation. There is no better time to have a town hall like this than during a fucking pandemic. Jesus, all you armchair "experts" complaining about every stupid thing make me sick.
Oh look, lovinlife came to make a contribution towards his obsession with the word gay.
7&4 in Traverse City didn't air the town hall, allowing Wheel and Jeopardy to air as planned there. I'm assuming 29&8 aired it, as well as at least one of 9&10 and Local 32
I found that both WWTV 9 & WFQX 32 had the town hall on last evening.
Your antenna setup sounds impresive!statmanmi wrote: ↑Fri Apr 03, 2020 7:17 pmI found that both WWTV 9 & WFQX 32 had the town hall on last evening.
I say this because I flipped through my OTA channels during the hour. At my rural Kent County location, I receive the RF 9 signal from atop Mt. Dighton outside Cadillac, and the town hall was on both 9.1 & 9.2 (the WFQX Local 32 simulcast). Both had the 9&10 logo bug going in the corner.
As I flipped through, I had the live event available on 9 streams, out of my 53 total. (I really like my antenna set-up.) No, I didn’t watch any for content.
* One if the GR market stations had the Detroit 4 logo bug showing early on. It was corrected by time I circled back through.
* 2 or 3 stations didn't superimpose a logo. For sure WWMT 3.1 & WZZM 13.1 definitely didn’t have it, at least in the minutes I checked. WILX 10.1 may not have as well. I can’t remember which station had the bug in the lower left corner—as the others were to the right.
* I’ll dare to say that the Alpena market did have coverage, as WCMU PBS 14.1 had the town hall, so WCML 6.1 Alpena would have had it on.
Cheers! ~~ Statmanmi