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Stub Needing Merging[edit]

The only virtue i am sure of that justifies replacing the following text

Mary Margaret McBride (November 16, 1899April 7, 1976) was an American radio talk show host, starting in the 1930s. She had a national daytime show, with a primarily female audience.
The Missouri-born McBride had a broad range of guests, from politicians to generals to movie stars; she never announced her guests in advance, so the audience tuned in with no idea what they would get. Beginning during World War II, she began "breaking the color line", mixing in African American guests.

with my own is size; at the least it should be merged in with mine.
--Jerzy~t 12:59, 20 May 2005 (UTC)[reply]

I regret leaving the above neglected, i think about a week, in an unsaved edit window, and probably speaking as if i had done my due diligence by saving it soon after overwriting its source in an ed-conflict. --Jerzy~t 12:59, 20 May 2005 (UTC)[reply]