Sunday night, 24, and radio shows

Well, I can’t watch good old Jack Bauer.

Watching children being used for war is not my idea of entertainment, I guess.

Too much reality.

I deal with harsh realities every day, when I’m working, and my off hours are precious.

Right now, I’m listening to Imagination Theater on my transistor radio (yeah, I still have one). Radio stories about crime seem to be less violent, I guess because there’s no picture!

Anyhoo, it’s Sunday night, a short week for me, and I’m getting really excited about spending the holiday with my family.

I hope you all have a great Monday.


BTW, the photo above is not a picture of my transistor radio. Mine’s newer than the one shown.

Photo credit.

About boomergrl49

Mom, Grandma, retired social worker, blogger. I love reading fiction of all kinds, and I'm also addicted to television (Netflix, Hulu, Acorn, Amazon video).

Posted on November 24, 2008, in '24, Imagination theater, Sunday night, television. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I agree some of it I did not watch also. I just could not.. very violent for the 8 oclock time zone I think. It does tie in to how he gets back to the USA though. Once he is back in Washington this time, the story will get better.The previews werre tremendous I must say. A WOMAN PRESIDENT oh boy.. they are really ahead of their time or are they???Jan 11 I will be there to watch and see how or if I can continue to be a real JACK fan!! : )


  2. Good point, Caroldee. I will give it another chance when he gets back to Washington. I’m so glad there is a woman president on the show–John Voight is a real creep, I saw that before I gave up. Have a great Monday.


  3. I can’t watch anything too craxy close to bedtime. It’s just tooo much. I do like House, though. Just love that show. Wouldn’t it be cool if our old transistor radios could transport us for a little bit to a special place and time in our lives?Where would you go?That would be something cool to blog about.Go for it gran.Peace – Rene


  4. I’m going to think about this, Rene, and let you know tonight 🙂I don’t watch House, but I think he’s really funny.Thanks for the blogging idea!


  5. I’ve never watched it but you’re right, sometimes when it’s too “realistic,” I wonder what’s the point…to bring it to people’s attention, or use it for entertainment…


  6. Thanks, Braja! It was just too real!


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