Sitting here reflecting on the week in news, I am pondering the oncoming new technology: 3D TV. I must ask: do we really need this? Like I want to see "Judge Judy" in 3D. Or any of the variations of "CSI" or "Law and Order"--aren't they grizzly enough? What's next? 3D videos of our law conferences? I don't think anything could enliven some of those CLEs. Sorry, speaking for myself, I would rather have the opportunity to PhotoShop my photos rather than present myself in all of my 3Ded glory (note: I just made the first, documented use of 3D as a verb). I mean, really? Do we need 3D TV? Probably as much as those $300 Prada shoes that I have been keening over. I'm guessing a certain portion of our population is much more excited about the possibilities of 3D. May I interject the phrase "football fanatics"? I daresay one thing that has yet to be considered is the impact that 3D will have on sports and the ref calls? It is going to get brutal. I can see this train wreck coming and I don't even watch sports. Then, of course, you know what's following on the heels of all of this ... 3D internet. Just what we need: YouTubers 3Ding their every move. Oh, God, save me now.