You know, it's a funny thing. I don't know why, but when I think about watching some show from 20 or 30 years ago, it doesn't feel nostalgic to me. More like stagnation. <br>I don't understand where that feeling comes from. It's different when it's toys from that era. <br><br>I guess it's like those people who can't bring themselves to watch a black and white movie.<br><br>I wonder what causes that. Anyone else feel that way?<br><br>
I feel the same stagnation regarding the monotony of current programming:<br><br>*Crime dramas<br>*Reality TV<br><br>I just have to say I'm over the 19 varieties of CSI ... 27 different Law & Orders ... Not to mention NCISEIEIO, Without a Trace and on and on . . . <br><br>
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I feel the same stagnation regarding the monotony of current programming:<br><br>*Crime dramas<br>*Reality TV<br><br>I see it as a good thing. I've been going outside more. Only thing I watch is Scrubs and Family Guy.<br><br>
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