Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Things Learned Watching Reruns

1) The Korean War lasted 11 seasons, yet had one Easter, Halloween, and Thanksgiving, five winters/Christmases and two New Years. (M*A*S*H)

2) No matter how many warnings, criminals always choose the hard way. (Walker: Texas Ranger)

3) If you have Friends, everyone knows your name at the local coffee shop (or bar). (Friends & Cheers)

4) No matter the odds & situation, no one will get hurt . . . and the plan will always succeed. (A-Team)

5) Seeking out new life and new civilizations means boldly going where no one has gone before. (Star Trek)

6) No matter how many conspiracies one debunks and exposes, more always exist - and you cannot trust anyone. (X-Files)

7) Even if you are a POW, you can still carry out secret missions and keep the enemy from succeeding at every turn (while making them look like bumbling fools). (Hogan's Heroes)

8) Mundane moments may be subtly about nothing, but can demonstrate the inanities of everyday life - close talkers, man hands, face painters, shrinkage, regifters, being master of one's domain, yada yada yada . . . (Seinfeld)

9) Obstructing, hiding or destroying evidence matters very little - because they can test for it. (CSI)

10) Sometimes, it really does only take a pocket knife & duct tape. (MacGyver)

©2006 Steve Sagarra

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