If you live in D.C., you don’t see these guys very much. But in Louisville, there are multiple networks over the air that run this stuff 24 hours a day. Which means if you live in most of the country this is just a channel click away.
So kiss your money goodbye.
This is who runs it. That doesn’t mean that’s who owns it.
And you’ve got the think that at some point, the people who own the party are going to do something about the people who run it.
Calmes’s analysis is extensive and worth reading here.
This requires a song:
And remember when Sinatra met Columbo?
Isn’t that the most amazing panel, though? Presidents, film legends, classic comedians and singers.
So 146 percent of Americans have tried weed? Guess we’re all busted. More than once.
CBS has Supergirl scheduled for next season:
Looks interesting, but what’s the Supergirl backstory?
But does this mean we’ll eventually see the bottle city of Kandor?
Let’s take a look at the ugly side of the NCAA’s obsession with money:
Because remember, the value of a college athlete has been calculated out before:
And that’s why a superstar college athlete needs to leave school as soon as possible.
When I lived in Europe, one of my favorite TV shows was called Trains, Trains, Trains. It featured video of German trains. No narration. No music. Just being in a train while it moved along its route. The perspective was from the motorman’s seat and you’re just watching the track ahead as the train moved on. Sometimes it was a streetcar.
It was very soothing.
I couldn’t find anything like it when I got back to the states. Then I got the Pluto TV app and saw that one of the feeds on it was for something called Slow TV. That’s from Norway. Here’s how it works:
So, let’s take a ride. See you in about 7 hours: