Last night I watched part of a two-hour program, The Crumbling of America, on History International. The program dealt with the shocking deteriorating infra-structure in our country. One of the segments discussed the recent water main breaks in affluent Montgomery county, Maryland to our west.
I also watched the movie, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, because Mila Kunis had one of the two female leads in the movie. I seldom watch movies on television because I often perceive the commercial segments to be lasting longer than the movie segments. There were some funny scenes in the movie, but the ending was rather predictable and weak.