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Grant and I have many, many blessings to be grateful for this holiday. We have jobs we love, families we cherish, and listeners we are deeply and personally grateful for. Thank you for sharing your time with us, your lives with us. Thank you for trusting us and including us in your daily lives. We honor this roll we play for you and vow never to take it for granted.
This weekend - and throughout the year - we wish you every good thing.
A couple of things we shared this morning:
GEORGE CLOONEY: ADVICE TO PAPARAZZI LOS ANGELES (AP) -- George Clooney has some advice for paparazzi: "You can take my picture all you want, but what you cannot do is put people in danger." A video clip posted on TMZ.com shows Clooney on his motorcycle, pulling off to the side of a Los Angeles street and then giving photographers a warning not to break traffic laws or cause accidents.
AP-Yahoo Poll: If the election were about likable people, Obama and Giuliani would lead field WASHINGTON (AP) -- While voters say Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani have the best chance of winning the White House next year, a pure popularity contest produces slightly different results. A new AP-Yahoo poll says voters find Barack Obama to be the most likable candidate among Democrats. Among GOP candidates, Giuliani still has the advantage. And Obama gets the overall nod.
Neil Diamond reveals the inspiration for song `Sweet Caroline' LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Now it can be told: "Sweet Caroline" is about Caroline Kennedy. Neil Diamond held onto the secret for decades, but has now revealed that the inspiration for his smash hit was President Kennedy's daughter.