bunner: metallion: It really sucks, but it seems like everybody is at the cable company's mercy.I spoze. Dope dealers like their customers to be very humble and forgiving. Then again, there's always rehab.[850x566 from http://encinitaslibfriends.org/images/frontinday.jpg image 850x566]
metallion: It really sucks, but it seems like everybody is at the cable company's mercy.
d23: I've been using open source since the 90s, genius.
d23: though with cable customer service who knows what you get.
BitwiseShift: Got rabbit ears back in early 2000, since HDTV broadcasts were just starting and wanted to get local stations as they came on line. Worked well, even could pick up 60 miles away (lived on top of a hill in the hill country).Funny thing, the Hypesters at Best Buy, who had never tried to get local HDTV at home and probably had never seen an HDTV tuner, said rabbit ears would never be sold at their high class establishment and besides, rabbit ears all have a virus and you'd need to buy the special $100 virus protection.
pag1107: There's a pretty penny to be made putting that spectrum up for auction.
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