Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by red14, Feb 17, 2010.
Anybody else watch???
I watched part of it.
I watch every year.
It usually isn't on broadcast television, one year it was on NBC but it was blacked out in my area for some reason.
We have cable, but the cheapest kind.
I'm too cheap to pay for cable. I don't skimp on DSL internet though! Some programs can be seen online if I look for them.
Almost everything is on internet, you just have to know where to look.
Yes, and it helps to have a faster speed connection. My ridiculous internet was choppy this morning when I tried to watch last night's episode of LOST. Most of the time it's just like watching television, but this morning it was all choppy and took forever. Grr.
I have never watched an episode of Lost. I rarely watch shows from the start.
I got sucked into LOST, it premiered the night before I flew to Oregon for my cousin's wedding. I watched it just to freak myself out (didn't work) and then I kept watching. Few shows are worth seeing anymore, and that's one of them, but I loathe it so much I have to keep watching to see how it turns out. Argh!
Since I'm at the park at so many nights of the week, I can't be there to see shows when they come on. So I wait til syndication.
That's how I started watching NCIS. I was watching JAG.
I think television has declined since the digital revolution, haha. The good shows have been canceled, nothing compares to them now. It's such a disappointment. I still can't get NBC on the television since the digital switch. Oh well! I don't miss anything from that network.
No, not much for me, either.
I saw curling today. I like that.
Heh, curling is funny.
Well yeah, but, anything I can (MAYBE) do is fun for me to watch.
Sure, it's fun to watch. I'd absolutely try it.
Someday, I want a pool table. I was real good. I know I can do that. May take a while, but I'd practice all the time.
We had bumper pool, I always loved playing and I was good. I should go over to the house and play again soon.
I like the big, long tables. Good sticks and plenty of chalk everwhere.
I could teach you how to be a great player, I bet. I could always teach girls.
Billiards is a ton of fun too, and I'm also good at that. My dad taught me how to put a spin on the cue ball when I was really young and everybody was amazed I could do it!
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