Jennifer Zelazny

Random and Opinionated Thoughts

Tag: Guiding-Light

TV

Losing a Family…

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Yes – I have heard. I have received multiple email messages and concerned phone calls. The soap opera – Guiding Light – that my grandmother listened to on the radio, my mother watched on the TV, and that I have watched ever since the 1980s is going to be cancelled in September. I very disappointed and after watching Guiding Light over the years with just about everyone I know at some time or another…very sad that my “second family” will no longer be around. (As crazy as it sounds, after watching the same show every day (I TiVo it every... Read More » Read more

TV

Full TV Episodes on the Web (Legal)

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I have been watching TV shows on the web through the big Network’s web sites (ABC, CBS, NBC) for a little over a year now when the TiVO or the TiVO user fails to catch a show I am interested in, but I really had not checked out all the big network’s full episode catalogs in awhile. I mainly go to ABC to catch up on Brothers and Sisters and had also decided to check out a few new series (I really like Car Poolers). I then decided to go to CBS and NBC’s catalogs and I was very impressed!... Read More » Read more

Podcasts

Podcasts

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I have been listening to podcasts for awhile now, and I thought it might be interesting for some people to see what I subscribe to: Despair.com – A great demotivating podcast (great for elitists) Pro PHP – Podcast about PHP programming Engadget – Information about the latest tech gadgets and tech new Security Now! – Weekly computer security information Guiding Light – My soap opera Guiding Light Lite – Commentary about GL from GL stars Pete Tong’s Tongcast – Latest dance music in review Celtic Music News – News, Music, and more on Celtic Music (a high school friend creates... Read More » Read more

Life

Priorities

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Over the last few months I have been studying people and their priorities. I think we are living in a very uncomfortable time and that historians one hundred years from now will find our society and our choices both unbelievable and fascinating. I have been trying to wrap my brain around one question: how do people create a rationle for their priorities? Social Security, national debt, Terry Shavio hearings, Cassie and Edmund’s baby, talking v. doing, avoidance, etc. Just something to think about. Most of us see and deal with the same things on a daily basis, yet our priorities... Read More » Read more