Posts Tagged ‘tv



I’m not sure most people would know this about me, but I can easily be brought to tears. I wouldn’t classify myself as a “crier” but I am easily moved. If I see something overly happy or sad, I tear up. A tv show, a song, a movie, even commercials. Remember the show E.R.? I had to stop watching it because the episode where Dr. Greene died was so traumatic. The old cotton commercials…forget about it. “The touch, the feel of cotton. The fabric of our lives.”

Well, I think I’ve topped myself. I was watching The Office on OnDemand this weekend and I starting crying. And I’m not even obsessed with that show like most people. If it’s on, I’ll watch it. But I certainly don’t go out of my way to watch it. I thought it was supposed to be a freakin comedy! It was the episode where Michael moves to Denver. It was SO sad. Anyone???



My observations: A parking lot at dusk. A strong, middle-aged man on crutches is slowly hobbling to his windowless, white van.

My thoughts: I know your game…you disgusting piece of crap. Faking your injury. Acting helpless in hopes to lure a woman into your molester van.  In fact, I think I recognize your grimy face from the sex offender website. You’re going to force some unsuspecting woman into your suspicious van and then lock her in a dark basement.  You effing sicko.

And that’s when you know, you’ve been watching too much Law & Order: SVU.


modern family.

Per the recommendation of Stan and Shelby, I just watched ABC’s Modern Family. In fact, I just finished watching 5 episodes in a row. It was actually really funny! I laughed out loud several times. I like the characters. If you’re bored, you can watch it on


i hate politics.

This is my own cynical view – but I hate politics. I really do and I can’t escape them right now. On tv, in the office, on the radio, at home, etc. It is everywhere. I’m so tired of it.

I feel like politicians are self-serving and will say whatever it takes to get elected. Democrat, republican…it doesn’t matter; they are all the same. Even if someone “different” was elected, they wouldn’t actually be able to make an impact because the system is so broken. Any radical changes would never make it past congress. And when it’s the end of their term and nothing happens, they’ll blame it on the other party blocking their initiatives.

Who will I vote for? Eh, I’m not sure. Maybe I won’t vote; it’s not like it makes a difference.

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