If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Slate)   College students are killing cable TV   (slate.com) divider line 188
    More: Ironic, cable industry, tobias funke  
•       •       •

15868 clicks; posted to Main » on 20 Sep 2013 at 1:38 AM (1 year ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



188 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | » | Last | Show all
 
2013-09-19 11:40:08 PM  
No. Cable TV's stupidly expensive pricing is killing it.
 
2013-09-19 11:49:54 PM  

fusillade762: No. Cable TV's stupidly expensive pricing is killing it.


No kidding. Cable TV is failing because I can get everything I'd ever want to watch between Netflix and Hulu+ for less than $20 a month.

It's not just cable TV though, entertainment is just dirt cheap these days. I've played hundreds of hours on a videogame I bought for $1.50. I can get online for free and surf sites like Fark. Youtube has a large collection of amusing-enough content. Pandora fills in the dead air. Local public radio stations stream for free. If I absolutely had to have TV I can get a high-quality digital over-the-air signal for nothing. The public library has ebooks that I can check out online.

People just aren't willing to pay a lot for entertainment anymore. They won't start paying until someone comes up with something that's worthwhile, and I'm sorry but cable TV just isn't worthwhile. Modern cable TV is so pathetic that I didn't even watch that crap when I got it for "free" in college.
 
2013-09-19 11:54:29 PM  
Also, TFA is on crack. Every college I've been to provides free cable TV in the dorms, but lots of students don't care to take advantage of it because TVs are expensive and large. Who has space for a modern flatscreen in a 12x12 dorm room? The only people I knew who cared about TVs in college were people who *really* wanted to watch sports or *really* wanted to play videogame consoles with multiple people.
 
2013-09-19 11:57:14 PM  
Just basic cable is 100 bucks here. No movie channels, etc. Cable used to be good, but with all the big draw channels: Food, History, Science, TMC, AMC. Doing things like Aliens of Hitler, Food Game show, The "Science of Mermaids" etc. So cable and internet is 140 month. And I keep thinking WHY am I paying this for New channels? Surfing?

Well, sorry...Bye.

I got a Roku and netflix and just need to mount a HDTV antenna on the roof and cancel the damn useless thing.

It's not just college students it's Everyone that is paying attention.
 
2013-09-20 12:53:25 AM  

optikeye: Just basic cable is 100 bucks here. No movie channels, etc. Cable used to be good, but with all the big draw channels: Food, History, Science, TMC, AMC. Doing things like Aliens of Hitler, Food Game show, The "Science of Mermaids" etc. So cable and internet is 140 month. And I keep thinking WHY am I paying this for New channels? Surfing?

Well, sorry...Bye.

I got a Roku and netflix and just need to mount a HDTV antenna on the roof and cancel the damn useless thing.

It's not just college students it's Everyone that is paying attention.


Oh it's even worse than that. I caught a glimpse of some UFO Hunter-type show... on National Geographic. Didn't watch it for even five seconds, just checked the TV listings to see what channel was airing "I Don't Know, Therefore Aliens -- The Series" and felt my heart sink just a bit when I discovered that the once-respectable National Geographic has joined the Circus Of The Race To The Bottom.


/I shudder to think who besides Walmart sells Bread
 
2013-09-20 01:40:43 AM  
Good.jpg
 
2013-09-20 01:41:43 AM  
What's killing cable television is the number of redundant and boring channels that has stretched viewership so thin that buying ads is mostly a waste of time on anything but a handful of channels.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAlDbP4tdqc
 
2013-09-20 01:42:13 AM  
I bailed on television when they decided 'Reality TV' was quality programming.
 
2013-09-20 01:43:59 AM  
If it wasn't for sports, I doubt we'd bother, especially since our former cable company got bought out by TW.
 
2013-09-20 01:44:20 AM  
Maybe the cable companies can have a meeting with the national broadcasters association.
 
2013-09-20 01:44:25 AM  
Cable TV is killing itself, not just because broke college kids can't afford it.  Until they go to an ala carte format - especially for sports - they're going to keep losing subscribers.
 
2013-09-20 01:47:31 AM  

Fubini: Also, TFA is on crack. Every college I've been to provides free cable TV in the dorms, but lots of students don't care to take advantage of it because TVs are expensive and large. Who has space for a modern flatscreen in a 12x12 dorm room? The only people I knew who cared about TVs in college were people who *really* wanted to watch sports or *really* wanted to play videogame consoles with multiple people.


TVs are expensive? I'm at Costco 3 times a week for work and you can get a farking Samsung or Panasonic 60" 1080P for under a grand. Historically, that's a farking joke. The time isn't far off when DiectV will just bring you a monitor just like they bring you a set top box.
 
2013-09-20 01:48:24 AM  
Has anyone pointed out that cable programming basically sucks big donkey balls?  The only reason I have expanded cable is because I pay the $10 for basic but the cable company won't put on the filter to stop expanded basic because it screws with internet signals.  I can't imagine if had to pay for 70 channels of "The Real Pawn Shop Housewifes Shooting at Ghosts in Super Arena Kitchen".
 
2013-09-20 01:48:50 AM  

fusillade762: No. Cable TV's stupidly expensive pricing is killing it.


So much this, same goes for Sat TV. They add endless useless channels that people can't possibly be watching, and then claim that justifies the hike in costs.

How many versions of the farking shopping channel do we need? And I can live without the 200 different music channels which I don't listen to.

I can live with watching online stuff if TV just becomes unwatchable.
 
2013-09-20 01:51:13 AM  
I sure as shiat ain't going pay $100 a month to watch Honey Boo Boo. The quality of programing on channels I used to watch (History, Discovery, NatGeo, etc.) has crashed through the floor. A pair of bunny ears and the local PBS station is all I need anymore.
 
2013-09-20 01:55:45 AM  

fusillade762: No. Cable TV's stupidly expensive pricing is killing it.


No. Cable TV's obnoxious, fake "reality" content is killing it.

/Other than F1 racing, I literally do not watch TV any more
 
2013-09-20 01:56:44 AM  
Yup, typical entertainment industry bullshiat -- blame twentysomethings and rapidly-evolving tech for managerial incompetence. Because that worked out  so well for Hollywood and the music industry.

Run programming worth a shiat, and accessible in ways people expect of 2013, and people would pay for it.
 
2013-09-20 01:57:43 AM  
If it weren't for sports and HBO I'd be very tempted.
 
2013-09-20 01:58:56 AM  
People are telling content providers "I will pay you for X, shut up and take my money" and content providers are all like "llalalallalala! I'm going to keep doing things the way I always have and expect it to work".  Really?  No, it's your fault you can't succeed, not your consumers.
 
2013-09-20 01:59:01 AM  

OhioUGrad: If it wasn't for sports, I doubt we'd bother, especially since our former cable company got bought out by TW.


So much this. If I could find a way legally to get live sports via the internet in HD via a Netflix/Amazon Prime type of subscription, I'd be done with cable TV.

/know of plenty of illegal ways, but poor quality and don't want to deal with that
 
2013-09-20 02:00:46 AM  
images.cryhavok.org

This used to be on The Learning Channel.  I watched it and learned things.  I would probably be happy paying for 150 channels that offered shows of this caliber.  But, as mentioned above, Honey Boo Boo diggers duggers digduggers glory holers housewives housewives housewives cooking competition is always on.
/my lawn, get off it
 
2013-09-20 02:01:39 AM  

wingnut396: Has anyone pointed out that cable programming basically sucks big donkey balls?  The only reason I have expanded cable is because I pay the $10 for basic but the cable company won't put on the filter to stop expanded basic because it screws with internet signals.  I can't imagine if had to pay for 70 channels of "The Real Pawn Shop Housewifes Shooting at Ghosts in Super Arena Kitchen".


No joke. It's not even worth the time to pirate 99% of TV shows. And when it's not good enough to get for free, you have a problem.
 
2013-09-20 02:03:32 AM  
Meh. Move on peasants, I have Netflix, Hulu, and Uverse 450,
/I kid about the Hulu.
//Sitting in a bath tub full of nickels as we speak with my Armani oversized cockraoch. I don't own Bling I have a 2013 wax teeth grille
 
2013-09-20 02:04:34 AM  

drewogatory: Fubini: Also, TFA is on crack. Every college I've been to provides free cable TV in the dorms, but lots of students don't care to take advantage of it because TVs are expensive and large. Who has space for a modern flatscreen in a 12x12 dorm room? The only people I knew who cared about TVs in college were people who *really* wanted to watch sports or *really* wanted to play videogame consoles with multiple people.

TVs are expensive? I'm at Costco 3 times a week for work and you can get a farking Samsung or Panasonic 60" 1080P for under a grand. Historically, that's a farking joke. The time isn't far off when DiectV will just bring you a monitor just like they bring you a set top box.


Yeah, you're not going to want your roommate spilling the bong water on your $999 flat screen TV. Think flat screens under $100 for starter dorm rooms.
 
2013-09-20 02:06:52 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: Meh. Move on peasants, I have Netflix, Hulu, and Uverse 450,
/I kid about the Hulu.
//Sitting in a bath tub full of nickels as we speak with my Armani oversized cockraoch. I don't own Bling I have a 2013 wax teeth grille


Before the haters " this is real Reece cup paper" over my wax grille
 
2013-09-20 02:08:18 AM  

wingnut396: Has anyone pointed out that cable programming basically sucks big donkey balls?  The only reason I have expanded cable is because I pay the $10 for basic but the cable company won't put on the filter to stop expanded basic because it screws with internet signals.  I can't imagine if had to pay for 70 channels of "The Real Pawn Shop Housewifes Shooting at Ghosts in Super Arena Kitchen".


There is still some quality stuff on cable.  Orphan Black, Continuum, Suits, Covert Affairs, Breaking Bad (I haven't seen it but everyone else seems to rave), Always Sunny, etc.  I agree that the reality schlock is worthless, and there's far more crap than anything good, but there are still some excellent programs being produced outside of the premium channels.
 
2013-09-20 02:09:32 AM  
"reality" tv and loooong commercial breaks killed tv a long time ago.
 
2013-09-20 02:10:16 AM  
Good. fark TWC. fark Comcast. fark Charter.

And especially fark all you people who are still paying them an arm every month.
 
2013-09-20 02:19:59 AM  

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: drewogatory: Fubini: Also, TFA is on crack. Every college I've been to provides free cable TV in the dorms, but lots of students don't care to take advantage of it because TVs are expensive and large. Who has space for a modern flatscreen in a 12x12 dorm room? The only people I knew who cared about TVs in college were people who *really* wanted to watch sports or *really* wanted to play videogame consoles with multiple people.

TVs are expensive? I'm at Costco 3 times a week for work and you can get a farking Samsung or Panasonic 60" 1080P for under a grand. Historically, that's a farking joke. The time isn't far off when DiectV will just bring you a monitor just like they bring you a set top box.

Yeah, you're not going to want your roommate spilling the bong water on your $999 flat screen TV. Think flat screens under $100 for starter dorm rooms.


I concur. Plus, in a 12'x12' dorm room, any screen over 30" is stupidly big.
 
2013-09-20 02:20:39 AM  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ilMx7k7mso  (NSFW, Language)

Nails it.
 
2013-09-20 02:22:16 AM  
These days $20 will buy you a flash drive that will hold more music than you could ever listen to.  The digital revolution was initially limited by file transfer speeds, but these days you can suck down content far faster than you can consume it.  The value of one more TV show drops a bunch when you have 30 others you haven't gotten around to watching yet.
 
2013-09-20 02:23:27 AM  

Talos: Cable TV is killing itself, not just because broke college kids can't afford it.  Until they go to an ala carte format - especially for sports - they're going to keep losing subscribers.


So much this.  They know it and still refuse to change.  WTF?

/This
 
2013-09-20 02:25:38 AM  
I cut the cord a decade ago, never going back.

I see cable when I visit my mom.  Sad when the best thing I can find to watch is Game Show Network.
 
2013-09-20 02:28:07 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: There is still some quality stuff on cable.  Orphan Black, Continuum, Suits, Covert Affairs, Breaking Bad (I haven't seen it but everyone else seems to rave), Always Sunny, etc.  I agree that the reality schlock is worthless, and there's far more crap than anything good, but there are still some excellent programs being produced outside of the premium channels.


And I can watch virtually all of those without having any cable subscription - I know because I do watch the majority of those despite not having cable for going on 3 years now.  People talk about ala carte channels, but anyone with their head not lodged firmly up their ass should be considering ala carte programs as the appropriate paradigm.  Instead of going through a channel, and then a cable company, the production company should just stream the program directly.  I've gotten to the point that the thing that bugs me the most about returning to cable isn't even the price (though that is retardedly high), but being forced to watch shows on a schedule outside my control.  You could bleed my bank account dry charging me a few bucks a season for decent programs either steamed to me at-will or as a downloadable bundle (even if it expires in a reasonable time-frame).  Instead, it is expected that I drop money for the "joy" of planning my schedule around the fleeting timeslots when I can be allowed to watch the handful of good programs between endless loops of Duck Buggerers or Crocheted Alien Mysteries or Real Streetwalkers of Muncie IN.
 
2013-09-20 02:32:37 AM  

phalamir: TuteTibiImperes: There is still some quality stuff on cable.  Orphan Black, Continuum, Suits, Covert Affairs, Breaking Bad (I haven't seen it but everyone else seems to rave), Always Sunny, etc.  I agree that the reality schlock is worthless, and there's far more crap than anything good, but there are still some excellent programs being produced outside of the premium channels.

And I can watch virtually all of those without having any cable subscription - I know because I do watch the majority of those despite not having cable for going on 3 years now.  People talk about ala carte channels, but anyone with their head not lodged firmly up their ass should be considering ala carte programs as the appropriate paradigm.  Instead of going through a channel, and then a cable company, the production company should just stream the program directly.  I've gotten to the point that the thing that bugs me the most about returning to cable isn't even the price (though that is retardedly high), but being forced to watch shows on a schedule outside my control.  You could bleed my bank account dry charging me a few bucks a season for decent programs either steamed to me at-will or as a downloadable bundle (even if it expires in a reasonable time-frame).  Instead, it is expected that I drop money for the "joy" of planning my schedule around the fleeting timeslots when I can be allowed to watch the handful of good programs between endless loops of Duck Buggerers or Crocheted Alien Mysteries or Real Streetwalkers of Muncie IN.


Are they available for streaming instantly, or is it delayed by a year or so until it gets to Netflix?  That in and of itself might not even be a huge issue, since there's plenty of other stuff to watch until it catches up.  The thing that really confuses me are the people who pay $3 per episode to get stuff on iTunes, I mean, if you only want to watch one or two shows I guess it's cheaper than cable, but it seems like such a ripoff to charge that much per episode.

I haven't watched TV on the broadcast schedule for ten years.  Any service offers DVRs these days.
 
2013-09-20 02:34:51 AM  

King Something: optikeye: Just basic cable is 100 bucks here. No movie channels, etc. Cable used to be good, but with all the big draw channels: Food, History, Science, TMC, AMC. Doing things like Aliens of Hitler, Food Game show, The "Science of Mermaids" etc. So cable and internet is 140 month. And I keep thinking WHY am I paying this for New channels? Surfing?

Well, sorry...Bye.

I got a Roku and netflix and just need to mount a HDTV antenna on the roof and cancel the damn useless thing.

It's not just college students it's Everyone that is paying attention.

Oh it's even worse than that. I caught a glimpse of some UFO Hunter-type show... on National Geographic. Didn't watch it for even five seconds, just checked the TV listings to see what channel was airing "I Don't Know, Therefore Aliens -- The Series" and felt my heart sink just a bit when I discovered that the once-respectable National Geographic has joined the Circus Of The Race To The Bottom.


/I shudder to think who besides Walmart sells Bread


What scares me is the number of old people I know who continue watching cable, because TV has been their thing for the last 30+ years. And as the programming goes from bad to worse, they assume it reflects a change in reality as we know it.  Topics that I used to think of as slightly kooky (moon landing hoax, extraterrestrials built the pyramids, etc.) have now become common fare at social gatherings of the over-55's.
 
2013-09-20 02:39:24 AM  

optikeye: Just basic cable is 100 bucks here. No movie channels, etc. Cable used to be good, but with all the big draw channels: Food, History, Science, TMC, AMC. Doing things like Aliens of Hitler, Food Game show, The "Science of Mermaids" etc. So cable and internet is 140 month. And I keep thinking WHY am I paying this for New channels? Surfing?

Well, sorry...Bye.

I got a Roku and netflix and just need to mount a HDTV antenna on the roof and cancel the damn useless thing.

It's not just college students it's Everyone that is paying attention.


Yup. Comcast here doesn't even have Cartoon Network/Adult Swim in the basic digital package anymore.... and despite Adult Swim being utterly NOT for children, it's only available in the "kids" package with all the stuff for toddlers and six year olds. Which is another $10/month. I'm wondering how long it's going to be before they stick Comedy Central in an add-on box too - at which point it's dead to me.

When I move out of my parents' place, and get a TV that can actually get Hulu+ and Netflix, that's it. I just wish I could get HBO all by itself that way (correct me if I'm wrong that I can't, please....)
 
2013-09-20 02:44:53 AM  

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: drewogatory: Fubini: Also, TFA is on crack. Every college I've been to provides free cable TV in the dorms, but lots of students don't care to take advantage of it because TVs are expensive and large. Who has space for a modern flatscreen in a 12x12 dorm room? The only people I knew who cared about TVs in college were people who *really* wanted to watch sports or *really* wanted to play videogame consoles with multiple people.

TVs are expensive? I'm at Costco 3 times a week for work and you can get a farking Samsung or Panasonic 60" 1080P for under a grand. Historically, that's a farking joke. The time isn't far off when DiectV will just bring you a monitor just like they bring you a set top box.

Yeah, you're not going to want your roommate spilling the bong water on your $999 flat screen TV. Think flat screens under $100 for starter dorm rooms.


You're not fitting a 60" TV - even a flatscreen - in most dorm rooms, either. Certainly not with a comfortable viewing distance.
 
2013-09-20 02:51:52 AM  
Nope. Cable is killing cable TV. At this point, the networks themselves are proving content online. The networks themselves are NOT offering a lot of quality content, and the Internet is dishing up what Nightflight used to serve up in heaps and droves. This means they're specializing, and offering up heaps of the same drek, that I don't really want to watch, or wait to watch, so I dial up Hulu and watch it the next day. I don't mind being 12 hours behind the curve, and not when my internet provider does a better job at keeping me connected than my cable service ever did. I cut the cable, because I don't need HBO's movies, now that there's Netflix and Hulu to stream it right to me. Their series are available fair quick on the turn around, and barring that, well, there are other sources...
 
2013-09-20 03:01:05 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: Are they available for streaming instantly, or is it delayed by a year or so until it gets to Netflix?  That in and of itself might not even be a huge issue, since there's plenty of other stuff to watch until it catches up.  The thing that really confuses me are the people who pay $3 per episode to get stuff on iTunes, I mean, if you only want to watch one or two shows I guess it's cheaper than cable, but it seems like such a ripoff to charge that much per episode.

I haven't watched TV on the broadcast schedule for ten years.  Any service offers DVRs these days.



At this point, I don't even know what the broadcast schedule is - when the shows pop up, I watch them.

$3/episode is stupid - $5/season, is more reasonable.

So, the service realizes no one likes their offering method, and then provides the viewers with a way to avoid that offering method?  Instead of, you know, just not employing that offering method?  So: "we are going to put your balls in a mangle - but we can't fathom just not put your balls in a mangle, so here's a wedge to jam the mangle."  I'm not sure what is the point of being proud you have a mangle-jammer, but okay.  I prefer not being in a ball-crusher to begin with
 
2013-09-20 03:06:22 AM  
*click*  "here comes honey boo boo!"
*click*  "Here's me being a douche about some embarrassing stuff on the internet.  This IS what I do for a living.  Ironic, or what?"
*click*  "and for the one low price of "
*click*  "Chumlee, you idiot!"
*click*  "***in tree ***ing almost fell on me you dumb summa*****!"
*click*  "20 seconds!"  *ominous music*  "This food is pedestrian and badly prepared"
*click*  "Yyyyyyyyeeeeeeep!"
*click*  "This place is a total honey hole but I have to break the ice"
*click*  "'Whuh evah, ahoo know, hey, Snookie!"
*click*  "I gotta get dis cake ta foegin Bayonne is like, an hour!"
**click*

I'm pretty sure college kids don't "write" this tripe.
 
2013-09-20 03:06:54 AM  

generallyso: I bailed on television when they decided 'Reality TV' was quality programming.


Nailed it.
 
2013-09-20 03:09:30 AM  
Cable can easily reinvent itself by going fully fiberoptic.
But not by the same companies, who are just coasting and don't have the necessary capital.
 
2013-09-20 03:09:51 AM  
Television rots the mind.
 
2013-09-20 03:14:58 AM  

MustardTiger: "reality" tv and loooong commercial breaks killed tv a long time ago.


yes, yes it did. along with huge logos in the corners, interruptive on-screen ads for other shows while you're trying to watch a program etcetera.

if someone put together a one night course with hand-outs to teach old folks and non-geeks how to stream, hook up & use a Roku etcetera they would make a fortune going from town to town - and cable/dish companies would be put out of business.
 
2013-09-20 03:17:07 AM  

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: The time isn't far off when DiectV will just bring you a monitor just like they bring you a set top box.


Think big.  There won't be any bulky monitors but instead we will have media walls. 
Imagine an entire wall of your house that can view media in ultra HD.  Or you could connect your media wall to your relative's media wall.  You won't ever have to visit the flyover states ever again!
 
2013-09-20 03:18:43 AM  
Cable TV is killing itself by not adapting to new technology, improved means of distribution and competitive pricing models.

It's their job to keep up with the consumer, not the other way around. The idea of using the force of law to try to change that dynamic is offensive and absurd.

They can get farked. Same with the RIAA and much of the music industry. They're just greedy bastards trying to maintain hegemony in a changing world through domination rather than adaptation. And all their efforts introduce threats to net neutrality, personal privacy, freedom of speech and consumer rights and protections.

So fark them. fark them all with rusty dentists tools. Their myopia is a poison to us all.
 
2013-09-20 03:19:09 AM  
Cable TV cost $75 a month when I dumped it about ten years ago.

The shows were complete crap.  History may as well have been called The BS Channel for all they had as content.  "Did ghosts help win the Civil War?"  "What if dinosaurs were around today? (with cheap computer graphics, repeated over and over)"  "MegaFark vs Giant Octomom!"  Let's talk out our damn ass for an hour with zero facts.  Discovery may as well have been called the Reiteration Channel for the five minutes of content they re-played over the course of a "one hour" show (actually about half an hour of the same five minutes shown six times, interspersed with another half hour of ads consisting of phone commercials, truck commercials, pizza commercials, an ad for the next Fast Iron Furious Transformers Man stupid movie,  another phone commercial, a plug for another Discovery show...

It was a bad joke played on the American television audience, and people started staying away in droves.
 
2013-09-20 03:21:09 AM  
Yeah, cable is kind of not worth it money wise. If I were to watch television normally I would watch maybe 5 channels and only a few times a week, and I doubt some of these would be on basic.  I mostly just read (books, online etc) and if I couldn't stream the few shows I do watch I'd wait for it on Netflix.

I currently am living with my parents who do pay for cable and I usually end up watching reruns of old shows like those from my childhood or marathons of NCIS and some sort of Law and Order.  Which isn't on all the time obviously and I wouldn't pay just for that.
 
2013-09-20 03:21:29 AM  
$1200 a year for 200 channels of shiat on the TV to choose from, $1320 if you want some HD channels.  Without the HD, it's either SD 4x3 or letterbox within 4x3 which is about 320p. 320p streams of any show are all over the Internet. I only watched 14 series last year. In the old days a series was 26 episodes and it ran twice in the year; if you missed and episode you could catch it in a rerun. Now series are 13 episodes (or even 10) and no reruns. I haven't watched TV for 3 years. I also use Netflix, Amazon and Hulu. Cable is dead to me. I don't specifically blame cable because they are bound by contracts with the networks. Networks and Studios also screw with Netflix, Amazon and Hulu by limiting content. They intend to get their pound of flesh no matter the delivery system.
 
Displayed 50 of 188 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »
On Twitter





In Other Media


  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.

Report