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Friday 9 March 2012, 17:26
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I have no way of knowing how valuable or otherwise Sally is. None of the news of traffic accidents and delays that I have ever heard while driving have affected me, though I have often found myself sitting in traffic many times. Perhaps there are large numbers of people who have managed to avoid traffic jams by listening to Sally's reports and taking a diversion, but I have never knowingly met one of them. If new technology can provide motorists with up-to-date information on traffic problems the question why licence-fee payers still have to pay for the abacus, as it were, must be asked.I have not heard too much about Super Tuesday on the radio, but have heard more about the Russian elections. Despite the BBC's loss of Matt Frei last year there are still plenty of excellent journalists in the USA who could cover Super Tuesday.
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Although the incidents of the unforeseen and unwanted are local to barely any the ''lovely and wonderful'' productivity of Sally's aesthetictizations of them spatter as innocently as the flapping overhead.
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