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Dec 27 2008, 10:34 PM
^^ I really don't get what the issue is. Some people have been watching Days since 1965, and they're stopping now because of Deidre. (I have no idea when the people in this thread started watching.) The Days characters feel like family to them. I know one person who watched Days in high school in the 60's, then watched through college, then had a family in the 70's and held babies on her lap while watching the show, then continued as her kids grew, and now she holds her grandson on her lap as she watches. If she stopped watching now, would that be a major event in her life? You bet! I've seen posts and talked to people who are stopping after having watched for YEARS, and all because Deidre is fired. So I'm really not sure why that's not worthy of discussion, especially on a soap board!
ANYTHING is worthy of discussion on a soap board, if it's about soaps. But it just comes across as (I will use the word "different,") that some people announce their departure from a soap, as if they are truly leaving this world. I guess it shows the power of soaps.
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