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Nov 15, 2018

A Million Little Things

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Anyone watch this? I have heard it's good

 

Nov 15, 2018

I have heard good things about it but haven't watched it yet myself. It's only 48% positive with critics on Rotten Tomatoes, which has maybe held me off a bit. I have a low tolerance for network television. Even This Is Us is wearing a little thin for me lately.

 

I worry that the thing is happening to my brain like with reading. I used to be able to read book after book. Now, I can barely get through one chapter at a time before I have to check my phone. Same with TV. I used to be able to watch seven seasons of the same show without blinking. Now, after 15 minutes, I find myself wondering whether MonkeyBoo is doing something cute on YouTube, and I might be missing it by watching thought-provoking drama. LOL

Nov 17, 2018

OMG Skwigg, the same thing is happening to me. I feel like my phone is running everything. Last week I lost cell service for a day and I actually focused. The phone makes my brain feel very ADD.

Nov 17, 2018

I’ve been hearing lots of good things about the show, but like the others, I have a hard time focusing on dramas. Even the streamed ones are too much for my short attention span. At this point, I think the only network drama I can sit through is SVU. It might even be the only drama, period, I can watch without self interruption.

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