Wed Feb 29 2012 04:42:58 PM EST from fleeb @ Uncensored
Nope...never saw that one. Of course, my Sesame Street viewing ended in the very early 70s.
They showed it at 8pm. I had to take a nap that afternoon in order to watch it. I remember napping in my parents' bed the day it showed.
And I still remember the "where does day meet night?" "in the museum" I had no recollection of the content beyond that, though.
Wed Feb 29 2012 16:42:58 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored
<laughs> Great find, fleeb!
1) Charter Communications
2) ATT UVerse
3) Dish plus one of the others.
No IG. Verizon Fios is not in the area.
Aahz - you are welcome anytime to come and borrow our Fios! I definitely need a Red Rooster run soon!
I've had AT&T U-Verse for a couple of years now and I've been pretty happy with them. I have TV, voice, and internet all through U-Verse. We do get some issues every now and then where the video through the TV service will get pixellated and sometimes freeze up, but it's not very often. Internet and phone haven't given us any issues at all.
As for dish, we actually had both DIRECTV and AT&T U-Verse at the same time for a while--DIRECTV had a channel that AT&T didn't carry. We had no real issues with DIRECTV, either, other than the signal would go out when we had bad thunderstorms and a cell was directly overhead. The only reasons we dropped DIRECTV was that U-Verse was cheaper and the only person watching that one channel moved out of the house.
do you watch fox news? & trust it?
Thu Mar 22 2012 11:02:46 AM EDT from dothebart @ Uncensoreddo you watch fox news? & trust it?
This has been proven a fake, but I guess you trust your sources for their fake news.
While watching the news you need to learn one thing, "News is entertainment to sell advertising." Nothing more. I have worked in TV, it is all about advertising revenue.
Yeah, that was too obvious. When they're talking about Buddhist madmen, you know something's off :)
I agree. It's all about ad space.
Has anyone seen an episode of The Green Screen?
It's a pretty clever idea. Take a short-form improv troup, put them in front of a green screen with a live audience, have them do their usual shenanigans, and have animators animate the footage afterwards for television.