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One of the surest signs that I’m getting old is the incredulity I feel every time I find out how old various songs, movies, and TV shows have become. Take the US version of The Office, which premiered on March 24, 2005 – almost fifteen years ago!!! Fifteen years since the world first started shipping Jim and Pam, and in fact back during a time when “shipping” was a term applied pretty exclusively to the world of logistics (Incidentally, 2005 also marked the launch of Amazon Prime in the US. What a year; what a time to be alive!).
Another sign of my inexorable march toward middle age is my tendency to tell seemingly pointless, tangent-filled stories about nothing in particular before getting to the point with basically no transition. Fun Run, the Season 4 premiere of The Office, involved, among many other things, a bunch of factual zingers about rabies (side note: rabies is actually a really terrifying virus and if you have any concern at all that the raccoon that bit you an hour ago might have been rabid, please stop reading this watch review immediately and seek medical attention).
https://twobrokewatchsnobs.com/the-long ... ch-review/
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