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Nov 09, 2012



Trust me, Doug, you're better off without cable. The Internet filters out the 99% crap and highlights the clips worth watching.

[[[[[[[[ November 11j, 2012 note from Doug: Yesterday before the 1 hour blizzard hit and temperature plummeted, wife and I shopped at bit at local Shopko. Somebody had thoughfully tuned the satellite supply for about 20 TV sets to Fox News. 20 seconds of actual news followed by minutes of one wingnut conservative mythologist interviewing another wingnut conservative with a slightly different case of mythology afflicting his brain. I talked to store personnel and at least temporarily got it shifted to MSNBC. They probably should put it on the National Geographic or some other channel with high resolution digital to actually demonstrate the capability of the flatscreen digital systems, but that is another can of marketing worms.

Anyway, I can see why anybody who spends much time watching Faux News might as well live on another planet.]]]]]]

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