February 6, 2023
Proxima Studio/Shutterstock.com Recently I was stumbling around the HBO Max page while cheaply hesitating before subscribing, and I noticed HBO lets you watch pilots on some of its television shows for free. It’s like career day in high school, a chance to spend an hour learning how you could spend the rest of your life. Because…

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Recently I was stumbling around the HBO Max page while cheaply hesitating before subscribing, and I noticed HBO lets you watch pilots on some of its television shows for free. It’s like career day in high school, a chance to spend an hour learning how you could spend the rest of your life.

Because the shows go on forever. While I wound up subscribing, I had little urge to watch the rest of any series, even the good ones. You should try it out sometime.

It’s safe to say that baseball is no longer the country’s pastime. People seem to be watching more television than ever before and spend the other half of their time talking about them at the office and on Twitter. We feel like a restless nation anxiously awaiting TV plot developments to be resolved as if we’re hearing about Jack Ruby shooting Lee Harvey Oswald, except television’s more real (kidding).

The pressure to be up to date with TV shows is immense. There are entire…

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