Back from Winter Strike (um I meant break)

After a month-long hiatus of writing Cornell blogs, I am back. Us bloggers were not on strike, but merely on winter break and none of us grew a solidarity beard…I don’t think. Staying on the topic of the writer’s strike, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert both came back on-air last week. Stewart’s first show was about the labor bargaining (or lack there of) going on between the producers and writers. So it’s no surprise that for his first guest, he had a professor from Cornell’s Industrial and Labor Relations School, which educates students on how to deal with strikes like this one. Several bits of terminology were thrown around, none of which stuck in my mind. All I know is that I can’t watch Heroes, The Office, House, 24, Pushing Daisies, and CSI and Friday Night Lights only have a handfull of shows left after which I’ll be relegated to watching American Gladiators and Deal or No Deal :((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((. 

At least Lost is coming back. Will that be a good thing? 

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