I promised to read more after our recent power outage but our old cable box died and the cable guy (the same one who came last year but, this time, he was definitely not high) did all kinds of magical things and left me with not only a shiny new cable box but also a brand new, right-out-of-the-box, freshly minted clicker.
Books are really great -- we can all agree on that -- but they're, like, just words.
TV is pictures that move and voices and colors and music and Will Arnett in a new series, for God's sake.
And that clicker---ooh la la!
It's smooth and cool to the touch and designed more ergonomically so it fits into the hollow of my clicker hand just right.
|Will Arnett--always hilarious.|
It's sleek and silvery and the buttons are red, green, yellow and blue just like M&Ms and I don't think "Southland" has been canceled, after all and even though I'm annoyed that they moved "The Good Wife" to a new night, I'm okay with it.
Not everything was sunshine and lollipops. With the installation of the new box, all the stuff I'd DVRed was, of course, lost.
Gone forever (or, until they rerun them for the millionth time) are all my "House Hunters International" as well as several episodes of "Las Vegas Jailhouse." But no one said life was perfect.
By the way, did I mention that, after about six months with no caffeine, I had about
Clearly, I am going to hell. I hope they have television there.
What am I saying? Of course they do. That's where it was originally developed.