ZOOM, Series I; 503
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Like. This is a view from you that demands to be heard. Today's view comes from Missouri and here with the story Karen Karen. Thank you Chris. Lisa Tremont St. Louis Missouri has warning for all kids. She writes My mother always said skateboarding in the city is too dangerous. But I didn't think so until one day three weeks ago when I was skateboarding down the sidewalk on our block
my skateboard hit a lamppost and I went out the lamppost into the street. I broke my car broke the skateboard. So now everybody skateboard in cities don't mix skateboards are too dangerous. Back to you Chris. Thank you Karen. And that's the way it was with Lisa three weeks ago. What do you think. Right. And don't forget your self addressed stamped envelope. That was.
This is a story sent in by Rubin to Ford and then to Pella didn't send an address to future. It was 1999 when tragedy struck. The earth was crumbling. Little by little. Scientists predicted in 10 days the big that each family had a rocket in case an emergency like this to go through. As each family took off the earth crumbled more and more from the force. Everyone was safely on statues when the earth blew out. One of those colors. Now that they were all say it was about time to start rebuilding. Yeah Sachin was like Earth. You can just dream up the building and it would appear. After everyone got finished building this is what statue looks like show.
Number two change room. There were so many buildings popping up all around. There was no place to relax so the people built another statue went searching for work and one for relaxing a play. This is what the two looked like show picture number three. Thank you for that. It was about a mile between the two planets. So instead of busts the rockets going from one place to another the people were kind of glad the earth grew up because they liked Saturn much more. The people like Sachin very much. And heres some proof just which number for. You and you can bet they all lived happily ever after. You know thats good.
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city. Oh. Car C'mon 12 years old. New York City. I spin the country from our camp. I CAN'T WE HAVE A LIFE. And also the people around me.
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- ZOOM, Series I
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- WGBH Educational Foundation
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- WGBH (Boston, Massachusetts)
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- 503 Zoom Rebroadcast Master from 2"
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Producing Organization: WGBH Educational Foundation
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Identifier: 27451 (WGBH Barcode)
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