15 July 2017

Maybe It Was The Impact

I'm not certain, but I think I am sick of seeing science fiction ships slam into the ground or mountains without sustaining any damage at all.

I'm not sure how much that has affected my care-o-meter about upcoming movie releases, but I don't care if they make any more Star Wars movies now.

I've noticed before that the divide between care and don't-care is pretty sharp.

I first noticed with Big Bang Theory.  One day I wouldn't miss an episode, even putting up with watching it on CBS's vile excuse of a website.  The next I didn't care and just didn't tune in anymore.


I've noticed that while I own a TV and pay for satellite service, I'm not turning the thing on very often.

How odd.  I used to center my whole existence around that idiot box.


  1. I've found that the older I get (57) the harder it is to watch tv. If I'm by myself I can't sit through an entire episode. I start thinking about all the things I have to do.

  2. I never did care for The Big Bang Theory. I'm not much of a "sitcom" person at best---the only one I ever liked much was MASH, and I got awfully irritated with that when they were acting very wrong for early-1950s Americans, or when Alan bloody Alda got up on his soapbox. Yes, we get it, war is bad. Now shut up and entertain us!


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