Friday, August 15, 2008

All the news that's fits into 1's and 0's

I still don't have TV at home, and I still don't miss it.

NBC has most of its shows on the Internet so I so can still watch Jay Leno's monologue, and 30 Rock.

Fox also has most of its shows online, but there are none that I really watch.

To keep up, I read the St. Louis Post-Dispatch website, and the New York Times site.

I also check Drudge, but mostly for the offbeat stories.

I was on the road this week so I did see most of the Olympics, in the evening, when I wasn't on the road.

I also watched some cable shows. When did CNN and CNN Headline News become exactly the same thing?

Why are there no music videos on MTV or VH1?

How many more wives can Larry King possibly have? The soon to be ex-Mrs. King is the 7th. He must have pre-nups printed in bulk, with a fill-in-the-blank space for Wife!


stan said...


When did it become okay for TV Land to start showing movies?

Why is a network called American Movie Classics producing their own movies? Isn't that a bit cocky?

I originally thought The Hallmark Channel was created to show old "Hallmark Hall of Fame" movies nonstop. In actuality, they show "The Andy Griffith Show" and "M*A*S*H" nonstop.

TNT should rename itself The Law & Order Network.

Why isn't there a 24-hour "Simpsons" network? I mean come on, they've got 19 seasons under their belts and are starting their 20th this fall.

Jim said...

Stan -- I'm still trying to figure out what LA Ink, Miami Ink, and American Chopper are doing on The Learning Channel!

moni said...

Larry King is the very ugly old man who "buys" wives. They stay long enough to get alimony, child support, etc. and then they are gone. If he would ever marry a "mature" woman, maybe she would stick around. His wives all look like they should be his daughters.