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English Teacher Logs TV Anchor's Ties

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If he ever needed reminding that people watch his every move, NBC anchorman Brian Williams can get a reminder online. There's a blog called The Brian Williams Tie Report Archive. An Ohio English teacher records what kind of tie he wears each day. She says she caught him wearing the same tie twice in four days last year.

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Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep. If he ever needed reminding that people watch his every move, NBC anchorman Brian Williams can get a reminder online. There's a blog called "The Brian Williams Tie Report Archive." An Ohio English teacher records what kind of tie Williams wears each day. She says she caught him wearing the same tie twice in four days last year. Coincidentally, there's a similar blog for NPR's Carl Kasell. But since it's radio, the blog is surprisingly short. It's Morning Edition.

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