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ALMOST Live: Watching the Oscars Tonight — Minus the Commercials

“Synch-ron-ate”:  recording a show, then watching it ” without commercials ” so as to finish at the same time as the live telecast. Want to watch a major event like the Oscars, but hate commercials? You can watch it live, then take breaks or jump to other channels whenever there’s an interruption. Annoying (and fattening, assuming...
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Can Home Sellers Electronically Eavesdrop on Buyers Viewing Their Home?

The Homeowner-Spy [Editor’s Note:  The views expressed here are solely those of Ross Kaplan, and do not represent Edina Realty, Berkshire Hathaway, or any other entity referenced.  If you need legal advice, please consult an attorney.] RECORDING ON THE PROPERTY:  Seller understands that MN Statute 626A.02 specifically prohibits the interception of oral communications without the...
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Watching the Oscars . . .

. . . But Skipping the Commercials “Synch-ron-ate”:  recording a show, then watching it ” without commercials ” so as to finish at the same time as the live telecast. Want to watch a major event like the Oscars, but hate commercials? You can watch it live, then take breaks or jump to other channels whenever...
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Coming Soon(?): “The Ross Kaplan Extra Point Attempt”

“This Fourth Down Conversion Attempt Brought to You By [Your Company Name Here]” Inspired by the “Allstate Catch of the Day,” I’m going to see if the cable channel carrying the University of Minnesota football games will consider creating something called “The Ross Kaplan Extra Point Attempt” (I’m game if the price is right). If...
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A Sealed Well = a Well

Seller Semantics According to my contacts at Edina Title, a couple recent closings have hiccupped over the Seller’s well disclosure. Make that, the lack of such a disclosure. In each case, the Seller was under the impression that, because the well on their property had been sealed, it was appropriate to check “No” in the...
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