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Where the heart is

Dear Editor:This past Monday, I crawled out of bed at 6:45 a.m., a little earlier than usual, and turned on the TV. There on the Fox News Channel, live, stood a 50ish Peter Frampton with a shaved head. He and a friend both held acoustic guitars and were playing a very mellow and enjoyable rendition of “Baby, I love your way.”I always liked Frampton, but had almost forgotten he existed. The camera panned around to a darkened corner of the studio where a few members of the staff held up glowing Bic lighters in appreciation. In those few fleeting moments, life felt worth living in a way it does not always feel today in this crazy world. Sometimes the simplest things mean a lot. For my money, Fox is where the heart is.Mike EasterdaySnowmass Village

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