I rather liked MASH, even when we used to watch it as a family-time show.
Jan 2 2010 5:07pm from Omeron @uncnsrdI love this show! I don't have cable but I torrent it. I've seen every episode
Has anyone seen Conspiracy heory with Jesse Ventura? It airs on TruTV
on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM eastern. I don't usually watch TV but I like
this show. I can hardly believe they get away with airing it. I'll take
that over so-called reality TV any day.
to air so far and am looking forward to the coming 3 more episodes. I showed
the first episode to my family but they were like "meh, so what"?
The latest episode about Bilderberg is almost exactly the same stuff as Alex
Jones' film Endgame, 'cept shorter and more to the point, of course. Actually,
a lot of the footage from the first half of the episode is from Endgame.
Fri Jan 01 2010 20:53:08 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ UncensoredNo, but Cablevision lost Scripps. No more Food Network, HGTV, DIY, or Travel Chanel if you have cable here in Uncensoredland.
I think Scripps is suffering.
They're competing against Discovery, and Discovery seems to be doing better.
Likely, Scripps mandatory racial equality policy is screwing them, as they can't maintain decent talent for having to maintain their silly racial ratios. You have stupid mistakes happening because people who aren't qualified to the job are attempting to do the job.
But then, a lot of that happens in broadcasting, I think.
It's called TruTV or something like that.
Or maybe the show it called pain or something.
anyway, they take all the youtube videos that fail to qualify for the darwin awards but are still fun to watch and put them back to back on TV.
They hunt down the owners and put some back story on each story, and the draw it out a little, but it's not that bad yet.
It's like watching the first few years of MTV where they actually just showed videos.
I'm sure as it gets popular, they will put more fluff and less meat in it. But for now it's fun to watch.
It's better than youtube in that they do all the finding for you and you just get to watch.
on. Cablevision has dropped them, and is now running advertisements complaining about Scripps prices
or something (I don't know, as I haven't seen these commercials).
If you really like Scripps programming, and you're seeing these advertisements in New York, could you
record them and get them to me? I have a friend at Scripps who would love to see them, and I'm
rather curious about them myself.
If you want to send them electronically, just contact me by email here.
If you want to send them postal, use this address:
Trey Van Riper
8945 Guilford Rd. Suite 190
Columbia, MD 21046
Many thanks in advance.
For those impacted by the loss of the programming, you also have this available:
I'd love to help you out, but as mentioned elsewhere, I'm still receiving those channels just fine because I don't have Cablevision.
So, this weatherman in Baltimore had a subtle reaction to all the snow:
I love how at one point he's screaming so loudly that the sound cuts out entirely.