‘Nuf said…

9 Responses to ‘Nuf said…

  1. awparker says:

    I have found if you turn the sound off and play some Grateful Dead, then the Jersey Shore is the perfect background noise for reading. Since I started this method, back in the Charlie’s Angel’s days, none of my books have tried to commit suicide. And you don’t miss any of the assets that keep the show afloat. For those watching Baywatch, this works well for those, too. They just seem to bounce right at you.

  2. My TV won’t stick on the channel when Jersey Shore comes on. It instantly switches over to the Nat Geo Channel.

  3. hollyyoumans says:

    I am proud to say I have never watched even a single episode of Jersey Shore. I wish the Jersey kids, the Kardashians, and the rest of their ilk would all go away….well except for the Millionaire Matchmaker lady, I do like her.

  4. Mark says:

    Aloha Lynn,

    Funny, but true. Here’s another one… When Kim Kardashian announced her divorce Monday, she, her sister, their mom and the future ex-Mr. K were in the Top Ten of trending news stories on Yahoo… and not for just several minutes… they were on their for hours… I imagine a few books took a runner off the shelf that day.

    Cheers and aloha!

  5. Mark, I felt thousands of brain cells die having read about the Who-Careshians.

  6. Lev Raphael says:

    I watched a full episode for cultural research. I wanted to know what everyone was talking about and JS was showing up in high and low culture writings.

    However, when it comes to the Kardashians, I avoid even Comcast newslets about them.

    As Hart Crane said in another context: “We make our meek adjustments.”

  7. Ha! I love that! I think another book dies an early death every time someone clicks on Farmville.

  8. That’s just perfect – although I could substitute so many other programmes!

  9. OpinionsToGo says:

    Actually, the “Jersey Shore” is proof that man is not yet fully evolved!
    It’s like a scientific study!

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