A friend shared a link on Facebook about a US service man's promise to a fallen comrade . I just felt it appropriate to re-blog this post from Dude Where's My Home? to honor the people who serve our country.
All I have is respect for our troops, young and old, those who are still with us and those that have passed away and gone to a better place.
Thank you for all your sacrifices.
I never thought I'd ever get hooked on reality shows but there are a few that I tend to try to follow. Emphasis on TRY. I'm not an avid TV viewer because I hate commercials.
Anyway, here they are:
I don't really follow it on schedule even though I have a DVR but when I do catch it, I tend to stick with it. This is one of my "watch while I work" kind of show.
I find it amazing to see how people place the kind of value on their material possessions. Another draw for me, aside from the very entertaining and sometimes funny picking duo, Frank and Mike, are the interesting trivia associated with their finds. And, whether you realize it or not, it teaches you some tricks on how to negotiate, like "bundling".
These are the kinds of things that make me excited about the future. I hope I'm still around when this comes to fruition.
My only reservation is its access and availability. It will most likely be ridiculously expensive. Will it be technology only for the few who can afford it? We'll see...
Check out Corning's page on display technologies.
I was watching something on History channel the other day and during commercial break I thought I'd browse other channels to see what else was on (I find it more enjoyable clicking the remote than sitting through what seems like 30 minutes of commercials). I came across "Parking Wars"...
I can now safely say that there is a reality show on just about anything under the sun. I'm really starting to hate TV. "SIGH".