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Old 06-20-2019, 02:04 PM
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Re: The demise of Hollywood and the entertainment industry

Originally Posted by Bobbi Ross
I don't have Netflicks, or Hulu or even Roku.
I don't have cable TV or satellite either.
I get over the air TV, it's free. ( sometimes the channels don't come in very well and I have had to use aluminum foil, conversely I can use the rest of the roll of foil for wrapping up or covering food)
If I can't find anything good on, I can paint, read a book, go for a walk with the dogs, sit on the porch and enjoy the day, do yard work, go to sleep, clean the house.
There are a lot of free activities to do if there is nothing on Free TV.
Good for you, however, let us remember for some the television is a way to the world. Not all can do the things some of us take for granted each and every day.
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Old 06-20-2019, 04:55 PM
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Re: The demise of Hollywood and the entertainment industry

Originally Posted by Bobbi Ross
I don't have Netflicks, or Hulu or even Roku. ... etc.
All that, and I don't have aerial TV either. All I see is the occasional sports event if I'm at a pub. As for Internet, I use the local university library. When my laptop gave up the ghost, I decided that I would not replace it.

I believe the last movie I watched, in any venue, was Coraline.

On the other hand, I recall driving through western Texas on Route 10 one Saturday night, maybe 20 years ago. Turned on the car radio. The only thing I could pick up (AM or FM) was the live radio broadcast of a local high school football game.
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