I don’t think it was all that long ago when The only things you needed to watch TV were the TV itself and maybe an antenna of some sort. Your channel choices were largely limited only by your location and choice of receiving gear, sit-coms were funny, news was, my brothers and I were the remote(s) and commercials were limited to about 10 minutes on the hour. But I digress, I guess.
Today, we routinely spend more than $1,000.00 per year for programming that amounts to tripe and to watch it, we need to endure astoundingly repetitive, pointless, asinine commercials which are, at best, an insult to our intelligence. But I digress, again.
Anyhow, it’s hard for me to understand why anyone would shell out good, hard earned money on second rate service like this, but we do. And every once in a while, our providers add a little insult to our injuries and this is just such one of those occasions. Here is a notice I received after my last newsletter was published.