The storming of the Bastille was a watershed moment in history. The attack on the symbol of the monarchy’s dictatorial rule was more than just a rising of an angry mob – it served as a rallying cry and event sample in 1798. 228 years later, inside this episode of 24, another storming of another … Continue reading Season 1, Hour 9 – 8pm – 9pm – Reviewed
Monthly Archives: March 2017
Technology permeates the realm of 24: Legacy. It always has. It always will. Inside this episode of “24: Legacy – Season 1 – Hour 8 – 7pm-8pm, on Fox, we see technology “cracked”. Or DID WE? We’ll find out more as we dig in deep inside this episode review of 24: Legacy on Fox during … Continue reading Season 1, Hour 8 – 7pm – 8pm – Reviewed!
Look, how do you follow up BLOWING UP A BRIDGE? Another GIANT TERRORIST EVENT, right? Gunfire a plenty? A show in, right? Wrong. It’s ALL about the characters, the story and NOSTALGIA inside this most-recent episode of 24: Legacy on Fox – Season 1, Hour 7, 6pm-7pm and it’s time for The 24: Podcast. He’s … Continue reading Season 1, Hour 7 – 6pm – 7pm – Reviewed!
While reviewing this podcast and the podcast notes from Tony, my mind flashed on a scene from an older movie on the subject of home control. I was seeing (in my mind) the movie PillowTalk with Doris Day and Rock Hudson. And more specifically, a scene in his “bachelor pad” where the stereo turns on, the lights … Continue reading Energy Efficiency through Innovation
How can we be HALFWAY THROUGH? The answer is EASY. When you consider that 24 was based the activities of a day-long over the shoulder surveillance of a agents named Jack Bauer well – that’s why. What we have currently, is a program called “24: Legacy” which is wedging that same time into 13 episodes … Continue reading Season 1, Hour 6 – 5pm – 6pm – Reviewed!
Water is liquid gold. Water is everywhere. It’s necessary for our survival and the survival of life. Water is very powerful – both in its chemical make-up and its key to life, but also in its sheer force. Put water and rock together and water wins, just think about how the magnificent Grand Canyon was … Continue reading Water and Your Landscape
Today at The Green Gab Marla and Tony are gabbing with Mike Collignon, Executive Director of The Green Builder® Coalition which is a not-for-profit he started with Ron Jones in 2010 dedicated to supporting builders and suppliers drive advocacy, education and policy change for more sustainable home building practices. They are expanding quickly in many … Continue reading Drought Monitoring Plus Performance Based Approach to Water Efficiency with Mike Collignon
Dealing with bad guys is always a dice throw. No matter how thick your beard and hair is. No matter how many years you’ve given your country in service, no matter which bad guy you’ve been responsible for killing – it all goes out the window when it comes to meeting the most-recent Mr. Big. … Continue reading Season 1, Hour 5 – 4pm – 5pm – Reviewed!