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Old 11-16-2009, 04:14 PM   #61
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Yeah, I watched Threshold. That was the one with the big underwater dino and the kid who gets one as a pet?
No, I don't think I'd describe it that way. Don't want to post a major spoiler here, though! If you like sci-fi, try this one.
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Old 11-17-2009, 06:00 PM   #62
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Oh yeah, that one was "Surface" I think. I remember Threshold vaguely, mostly after seeing the short actor.

I like Fringe too.
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I like Fringe too.
Oh! Don't mention it. You will jinx it.
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I have never had cable TV: we use the free air channels (quality is good now that it's digital) and NetFlix/library for movies. Cost is about $15 per month (for the NetFlix) and we get enough TV/movies.
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Comcast is popping up a white box on my TV telling me that I'm seeing the message because I don't have the right digital equipment. It looks like my cheap bastard sweet spot of $10/month standard cable setup in which I get all the local channel, CNN, ESPN, Discovery, the Travel Channel, and the History channel is about to get squeezed out.
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Do you have a Comcast converter box? They started stuffing more information over the cable so TVs can't interpret the signal without their (free) cable box. You need one on every TV.
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