I find no profound revelations in watching it, it's still just a soap opera played out against a background of yesterday's news... if anything I'm fascinated by the inner workings of how it's put together.. the same way I never get tired of peering into my "skeletonised" pocket watch just to see the "clock-works" movement do it's thing.
Speaking of which... do you know a watchmaker? ...as in someone who still maintains the ability to take apart, clean, replace worn parts and restore a mechanical watch to it's proper working order?
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