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    Originally posted by Professur
    I've got 300+ channels of absolutely nothing I'd make an effort to see. The missus and Mum like to browse, maybe watch the local news from Manitoba. Personally, I'd chuck the lot out the nearest window. It would at least give me room for another bookcase.
    Wasnt Bruce Springsteen singing about those 40+ channels and nothing on,
    poor sod had no idea it will come to 100+ and STILL nothing on

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    Originally posted by F_A_L_C_O_N
    Wasnt Bruce Springsteen singing about those 40+ channels and nothing on,
    poor sod had no idea it will come to 100+ and STILL nothing on
    57 channels and nothing on. Quit trying to make me feel old.
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    yeah 57

    Still as far as I am concerned he might just as well do a remake of it, couse quantity definitely didnt improve the quality of what TV has to offer, same as papers its rapidly going down the drain.

    And dont even get me started on todays best-sellers

    So as far as I am concerned ist 2x as hard to find a good movie or a good book, not to mention good TV show or news paper as it was say 10 years ago.

    and BTW I am not exactly old, my parents can sometimes hardly belive what crap (can I say crap ) is being produced lately.

    And its not like I dont understand todays colture, its simply complete and utter disrespect for any kind of craftsmanship that bothers me most.
    Jurnalists to absolutely no research, moviemakers who dont even know what different angles of shoots are for and writers, well writers who have editors writing books for them, couse they are too busy attending media events.

    I guess Warhol was right after all
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    Originally posted by PuterTutor

    What will keep me up all night is the damn History Channel though. There's been many a night it's 2 or 3 in the morning before I doze off in front of the tellie watching some documentary or another.
    thats no joke- my favorites are modern marvels engineering disasters. theres like 15 installments

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    That's the same thing I have been saying for awhile, I have cable, 250 channels and nothing on most of the time worth watching.

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    Veronica Mars
    Joan of Arcadia
    any 'new' episode of CSI
    Star Trek Enterprise (Yeah cancelled)

    liked the first season of Tru calling
    but it is cancelled of course

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    Monk is a certain must see fer sure

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    I'd say The Office is my favorite show right now, along with The Apprentice.

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    if its on ill watch the BTCC (British Touring Car Championship) or the WRC (World Rally Championship)
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    Originally posted by Martin_89
    if its on ill watch the BTCC (British Touring Car Championship) or the WRC (World Rally Championship)
    I love the WRC. Those guys are nuts. Her in the states they bleep out the bad words, even the Norwegian ones LOL.
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