Un Cachito de la vida

Un Cachito

Un Cachito de la vida - A little piece of Cameron's life

I've kinda gone about the last 3+ years without TV. It's not really a moral thing - just that cable is way too expensive IMO. Plus it's been nice to have time to read (yep - people still do that) and do other things. Before I lost my TV, there were about 3 shows I watched: Smallville, CSI, and Without a Trace. I liked them all. In the last few years, I was also blessed to get hooked on 24 and have seen all 5 seasons. I even did a "24 in 24" party with Season 1. In addition to that I've watched the 2 seasons of Lost and 4 of 5 seasons of Alias.Now that I have my own place, I have a Netflix account and have been catching up on some things. I recently watched 3-4 seasons of Scrubs and I'm currently catching up on Smallville. I just started season 4. I have the first 3 seasons of Seinfeld on DVD at home waiting to be watched, and I'm just wondering if there are any other shows out there I should be "enlightened" with.

Posted by charr at 1:12 PM

Reader Comments

Family Guy. 'Nuff said.:)

Posted by JC at July 20, 2006 1:33 PM

I've heard good things about that one. I'll have to check it out.

Posted by Cameron at July 20, 2006 2:13 PM

Mel and I have been watching all the Star Trek series on DVD. Man, there's a lot of Star Trek.

Posted by Levi at July 20, 2006 4:59 PM

I'm in the same boat as you without cable, except without the Netflix account, so I can't really recommend much of anything. But I have some good books to recommend ;)

Posted by dan at July 21, 2006 7:58 AM

Please list the must-reads. I often find myself in the airport book stores looking for something good.

Posted by Cameron at July 21, 2006 8:58 AM

Have you seen "Desperate housewives" ?
If you liked "American beauty", you should love it !

Posted by Gilles at July 22, 2006 10:44 AM

The books I've been reading aren't particularly new, and it's a lot of self-help stuff, but here are a few I've read and enjoyed.The Wealthy Barber
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work (It's still a great read even if you're not married)
The Rhythm of Life

Posted by dan at August 7, 2006 7:29 AM

Little House on the Pairie is always a classic ;)

Posted by megan at August 7, 2006 10:30 AM

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