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Re: Another TV question:

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01-24-2013 18:09:21

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We have an old ratty outside antenna. No cable or satellite. We turn the weather on in the morning, then right back off, sometimes weather again at noon to see if anything has changed, and then about 10 PM to see it once more, just like it might make some kind of difference. I have to admit that we like to watch the Columbo re-runs, and some show about a guy named Monk, but as far as I'm concerned, the rest is mindless drivel. We had satellite for a few years until we finally realized it was nothing but trash. One of my main gripes about cable/satellite TV was there's always some smart a$$ telling you how to think. I like to think for myself, without anyone else’s influence.

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 Re: Another TV question: in reply to PJH, 01-24-2013 18:09:21  
I'm with you PJH. I like Monk, Columbo and other old programs like Leave it to Beaver and Burns and Allen. I get 5 local (30 miles away) stations for the news channels and the rest of them are all garbage for the most part. PBS is probably my favorite with Nature, Nova and Frontline and a few others. Since I'm an Apple man I someday hope to get a flat screen so I can get an Apple TV box. I guess as long as my big TV (27") is working ok I'll wait until a great deal comes along for a new flat screen. All I want is at the most is a 32" screen, my eye sight is still ok. If I want to see a movie on a big screen, I'll go to the theater on tightwad Tuesday.

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