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made it a point to tune in

 
 
Reply Sun 8 Jul, 2018 05:01 pm
Does "made it a point to tune in" mean "payed a close attention to it"?

Context:
neptuneblue wrote:

layman wrote:

if I had known in advance that he was going to bash ... and mock ...., then I would have made it a point to tune in.


Really? Is this really what you expect The President Of The United States to be doing? Don't you think there's more pressing, important issues to be dealing with instead of this?


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Reply Sun 8 Jul, 2018 06:05 pm
Made it a point = made an effort to do something.

To tune in = listen or watch
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Reply Sun 8 Jul, 2018 08:40 pm
@PUNKEY,
Thank you.
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