Waaaaayyyy too many commercials during UK and UNC Elite 8 game!

Trying to watch the NCAA basketball game between NC and Kentucky, but endless commercials, in a great defensive but poor offensive game (lots of turnovers, forced shots and bricks). Leaned towards turning game off.  Commercials are non-creative typical F500 yawners: Insurance, cars, fast food, lawn care, cell phones and two banks.  My favorite commercials in March Madness are the Mayhem ones, but there were only two different ones and they got tiresome quickly. Every time we return from a commercial we are given 1 or 2 more endorsements as the game starts to play. Kentucky and NC both shooting awfully with a lot of turnovers, but on the plus side I am a fan of how both teams play (not afraid to work it down in the post)…. Ended up watching game on iPad and played GTA during commercial breaks, which was better. Amazing shot by Monk (Kentucky) tied game with few seconds left, then Mayes (UNC) buried a game winner with .03 left…

Waaaaayyyy too many commercials during UK and UNC Elite 8 game!

Am liking this season’s AMerican Horror Story, for the most part

American Horror Story is one of the shows that I always *want* to like.  But many years it involves homicidal maniacs, violence or is just flat out too over the top, so that really the only year I’ve truly liked is Coven, which I flat-out loved.  I also like the first season pretty well, although sometimes there were just too many ghosts, which detracted from it.  But this season, where it takes place in a house built in the 1700s in the remote South, seems okay so far.  It has a Haunted Mansion, type feel.  But there seems to be an obsession with pigs, and I am hoping that the pigs don’t get too weird (honestly, pigs?  It seems strange.  Yes, boars have killed people in history, but somehow “Oh my god, look out for the pig!” doesn’t seem that interesting or scary).  But it has potential, so after two episodes I am hanging in there.  For now.  Here is hoping!

Am liking this season’s AMerican Horror Story, for the most part