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I think an overdose of Amazing Race is not very healthy. We may be getting four seasons almost back-to-back. I suppose too much of something is not that good after all – it loses its appeal after a while. Almost like having an over-indulgence and having to lean heavily against the pillar in an effort to get it all back out from your system.

Watching the contestants trying to turn a key into one of over three thousand locks is just unnerving. One of them decides to throw in the towel, and I was left wondering. What if the lock next to her last attempt is the one that will steer them into the race again? What if the freight train had departed ten minutes earlier? What if he had not proposed to her (unfortunately, marriage proposals made on live television has become a bit dull, my dear…)?

So many what-ifs.

I am still looking forward to the next season anyway, what with the somewhat interesting inclusion of the Romber Survivor team. Should they have another go at winning a cool million bucks? I am almost hoping that they will not make it to the top three. If they do, then they had better deserve it – because the previous few winners to the reality show had not garner my vote.

On another note, do not trust or take for granted those darned service packs, ever. I had a whole day wasted, throwing curses and issuing harmless threats because my computer kept restarting without entering Windows, upon installation of a particular service pack (safe mode hardly helped at all). I believe it warrants a reformat.

Good grief, I am so tired playing those guessing games.

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