Series box sets on DVD change the way we watch television shows

July 12 [Tue], 2011, 16:17
Recently, my father-in-law broke his leg when his golfing buddy ran him over with their golf cart. Don't shed too many tears. These things happen as one ages: Eyes dim, hearing fades, reactions slow and eventually someone runs someone else overMarried with Children season 1-11 dvd boxset If you have any tears, save them for the sad scene I witnessed when I visited him during his convalescence.

There he was, slumped on the sofa like a dead body in a vacant lot, looking like a man who already saw the vultures circling. I asked him if he was in pain and he moaned, raising one trembling finger like the Ghost of Christmas Future and pointing to the source of his distress. Covert Affairs Season 1 DVD Box setAnd there they were, stacked up on the other side of the room as menacing and oppressive as the Berlin Wall: Seasons 1, 2, and 3 of "Lost," five seasons of "The Wire," 16 hours of "Foyle's War," "Mad Men," "The Sopranos," "Nip/Tuck" and "Prison Break." The most critically acclaimed television series of our time -- now on DVD! -- looming over him like grim death.

The DVD box set is the newest and most terrifying form of ritualistic abuse we inflict on one another. In the past, a sick person received unwanted hardback books, but these days when someone is laid up with an illness, they are buried beneath an avalanche of DVD box sets containing hundreds of hours of television series. Drop Dead Diva: The Complete 2nd Season DVD
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