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5374) Kathy  Female
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Wednesday, 15 January 2020 23:26

OK, here goes. I have been sitting here watching Corrie and getting more and more irritated. My takeaway for today is: Geoff is a monster,Yasmeen has had a complete personality transplant, David is really acting like a grown up, I love the interaction between Roy and Nina, I like Kathy but she needs to keep her mouth zipped, love that Evelyn has become so supportive and as a nurse myself, hate Aggie acting like a return to nursing happens overnight. There us still more but these are my highlights. Thanks for listening.

Hey Jude Wednesday, 15 January 2020 23:43
Kathy from Texas: welcome to the GB! One of my close friends is flying to San Antonio today to visit her son! Yes the Geoff and Yazmean storyline is horrible. I want it over soon. Enjoy Corrie!

Kathy Wednesday, 15 January 2020 23:50
Thanks, Hey Jude, my son went to school in San Antonio. I have been watching Corrie for over 35 years and I have never been so agitated. I know that it’s a Soap but there should be a kernel of reality.

Hey Jude Thursday, 16 January 2020 00:14
I agree!

Janice from British Columbia Thursday, 16 January 2020 00:17
Hi Kathy: I have visited San Antonio a couple of times. When my husband I lived in England many years ago we made friends with a Sergeant on the American Air Base near us, this was way back in the 19 seventies. When we emmigrated to Canada,in the 1980s we visited him in S.A. and had a great time.

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