If you don’t know by now, I am a huge…HUH-UGE…fan of 24. I’ve been watching the show since it began many years ago. Jack Bauer is singlehandedly the most impressive interrogator/worker/patriot/do-it-all character there is. The hubby and I have successfully brought many into the 24 loop and now, well, they are also fans. If you are one of them, you’re welcome. Recently, I was watching the show and had an “a-ha” moment. Whether or not you believe you can have epiphanic moments while watching mindless TV is not up for debate here. I happen to believe God can and will use anything He pleases to get a point across. But that’s just me. On the show we see people judging Jack Bauer for his techniques that, albeit it way off base from time to time, usually deliver results and save thousands of lives. And it hit me the other night when the Senator who is prosecuting him was being a jerk. I thought, “Jack doesn’t have the luxury of thinking that.” What I am simply saying is that we all think things about situations. Whether it be the presidency, the economy, poverty, or any given amount of things that people discuss, we have our opinions. We think we know exactly what we would do in a situation. We think it’s so cut and dry. We have the luxury of making those judgments. The people who really have to make those calls, don’t have the luxury. Does that make sense at all? Thinking out loud here. What do you think?