Loc: Louisville, KY
Well, called Dish network and cancelled the satellite. Couldn't do it before without getting a early termination fee and they kept asking if I wanted to just suspend or cancel. Ugh..they didn't want to give up.
So once the time runs up, Aug. 16th, we'll be using only Netflix and OTA signal.
Wondered that myself…. I keep looking for movies and things to watch and it's a struggle and very bland… same movies for a month at a time… Amazing, I have (free for 3 months) HBO, Showtime, Cinemax, and a couple of other premiums… about 40 channels, and it's STILL hard to find good things !!
Yeah I like REAL History and nature documentaries too. Not big on sports, esp Pro… too many egos and too much $$ !! Will watch some college. Agreed about the sh!tty UFO, Alien, and "bubba" oriented stuff !!
Have watched some interesting history on the Military Channel… all battles, but with computer aids, it really show you what happened and why the outcomes were what they were. The real shocker to me was El Alamein … Rommel's Afrika Corps was so decimated and stretched so thin, hell General Burnside could have beaten him with 1 division !!
I absolutely hate Netflix for their streaming content. They have a lot of good older stuff, and plenty of documentaries, etc. But they have exactly jack sh!t for new releases, or even two to three year old movies.
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