Yay! It’s Not Just Me!

Over the past couple of years, I've become a big fan of using closed-captioning whenever it is available while watching TV. I thought at first that perhaps it was simply a sign that my hearing was not as good as it used to be. But over time, I came to like it since I could … Continue reading Yay! It’s Not Just Me!

I Always Knew the Rich Were Different Than the Rest of Us

Wellness Heaven recently conducted a survey of 1,157 hoteliers about which items are most commonly stolen from hotels. The chart below shows that the most commonly stolen items were what one would expect - towels, bathrobes, pens, etc. But what's surprising were some of the other items that were stolen - TV sets, phones, and … Continue reading I Always Knew the Rich Were Different Than the Rest of Us

The King of Queens and the Paradox of Choice

"In the decade since streaming TV technology ushered in the concept of binge viewing, the “rewatch” has evolved as a phenomenon with motivations and rituals of its own. While bingeing is associated with devouring new shows, rewatching is more about savoring old favorites." Wall Street Journal Who doesn't like to just occasionally plop down in front … Continue reading The King of Queens and the Paradox of Choice

Music Monday: Iconic TV Theme Songs with No Lyrics

I had written before about some of my favorite TV theme songs, and I had mentioned that limiting the list to six songs was difficult and that I would follow-up with another post with more of my favorites. For today's post, I thought I would limit my list of favorite TV theme songs to ones … Continue reading Music Monday: Iconic TV Theme Songs with No Lyrics