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    I'll watch some news while I eat dinner then it's back to writing and annoying people on twitter.

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    Not watching much TV these days, although I'll soon be tuning in to the traditional holiday shows--Frosty, Rudolph, and so on. I know it sounds silly, but they're call backs to my childhood, so I try not to miss them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Falkayn View Post
    Not watching much TV these days, although I'll soon be tuning in to the traditional holiday shows--Frosty, Rudolph, and so on. I know it sounds silly, but they're call backs to my childhood, so I try not to miss them.
    Same here, David. Only I have a number of them on DVD, so I can watch them whenever I want, without commercial interruptions.

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    We screened the 3/8/1966 episode of The Fugitive titled "Ill Wind." In this episode Dr. Richard Kimble was caught by his nemesis Lt. Philip Gerard, but got away with a little help from his friends after using his medical skills to save the relentless detective's life.
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    Tonight on The Fugitive Dr. Richard Kimble encountered another falsely convicted man on the run, played by guest star Fritz Weaver. This episode aired in April 1966.

    Mr. Weaver had spent most of the previous year singing and dancing on the Broadway stage, starring as Sherlock Holmes in a musical based on the stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. Your humble correspondent has fond memories of attending a performance of that show, probably my first exposure to live professional theater. (I still have the cast album in my iTunes library.)

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    Right now I'm watching a Cyberpunk 2077 live stream on Youtube. Game's a diamond in the rough, but God...the bugs...the cut content...did I mention the bugs?

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    I'll watch a little news at dinner, but I need to work on this chapter.

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    Mrs. campy & I have progressed to season 4 of The Fugitive. Episodes are now in color. This will take some getting used to ...

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    My brother gave me the Season 1 DVD set for the new Star Trek: Picard series. I've watched two episodes so far.

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    I'm watching my fingers move over the fret board on my tele trying to do my chords perfectly while making more complex fingerings.

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