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    Unreal Reality

    Another landmark in my televised memory is the first season of The Real World, on MTV. I remember being pulled in and becoming emotionally involved in the lives of these…
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    Why We Love Nostalgia

    I was talked into watching a chick-flick this past weekend. How that happens I never know, except that usually a “chick” is the one talking you into watching it. I…
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    Will & Grace: The Story

    The popular television series Will & Grace is in its sixth season and the show has gained great notoriety and a large following on the Thursday night, ‘Must See TV’…
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    ‘Queer Eye’ Family Values

    Yes, I absolutely love Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Perhaps I’m in a minority of Christians in this regard, but that’s often where I find myself culturally. This show…
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    Personality Wish List

    I remember always getting excited when I was younger about the Sears WishBook coming in the mail. The catalog opened up a world of new toys, which I could subsequently…
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    The Freak Show

    Alright, I’ll admit it: I’m a couch potato. I can’t wait to get home from a long day of work, slip into my favorite channel surfing attire (preferably something old,…
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    The Curse Of Lebron

    Lebron James. L.J. Lebron the Bomb. Or simply put, The Bron. Is it just me, or does he have a name that was born for stardom, let alone basketball deity?…
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    Duped By Ali G.

    I should have picked up on all the clues my host dropped during the taping of a television show I was recently a guest on. Just looking at him is…
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    Celebrate The Simpsons

    Every Christmas or so, William F. Buckley sees fit to fill his Firing Line slot on public television with a re-airing of an outrageously strange conversation with Malcolm Muggeridge. Buckley…
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    Celebrate The Simpsons

    Every Christmas or so, William F. Buckley sees fit to fill his “Firing Line” slot on public television with a re-airing of an outrageously strange conversation with Malcolm Muggeridge. Buckley…
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