April 05, 2007
Friday Five a day early
Originally published April 20, 2002
The Friday Five I usually copy from Dave Tepper's site is about television this week, and I don't watch commercial TV; therefore, I am totally unqualified to answer any of the questions. I am probably one of the few living, breathing human beings in the country who has never seen an episode of Allie McBeal or even Seinfield when it was in its prime. I stopped watching network television when Cheers went off the air, and I have not missed it at all, except for the popular culture questions I can't answer in trivia contests anymore. I watch TV occasionally, but I usually view sports, the History Channel or the Behind the Music stuff on VH-1. Okay, I confess: I still watch Star Trek reruns in Sci-Fi, too. But that's about it. Needless to say, I do not subscribe to TV Guide.
So, here is a FRIDAY FIVE that I stole from an e-mail about "modern zen."
1) If you lend someone $20 and never see that person again, it was probably worth it.
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