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Geronimo

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Corporate shenanigans

I remember when tv was in its infancy and we had only one station andit was free..well almost..You had to ahave an antenna that smothered your neighbors orchard..It suffered from snow storms and horizontal spasms evey so often, but it was free and there was only an occasional commercial..Then came Cable which wasn't Free but they promised we wouldn't have to endure commercials..Wellll, Guess what..Then I found another mode of transmission called direct tv. It promised no commercials,but it was higher in price..Guess what.. Yeah Commercials out the kazoo..Which brings us to a new means of radio that is promising no commercials..and if you believe that I have some ocean front property in San Antonio to sell you..And by the way this radio is not free...

4 Comments:

  • Well put. I just don't think that commercial-full sounds as good as commercial free. FREE is always better, even if it turns out that you have to pay.
    Thanks for your comment on my blog, first day and already I've connected with someone, not exactly half-way across the world, but half-way across the country, not bad for a first run... By the way, I have the same problem as the one you mentioned in your profile, except it has less to do with working out and more to do with eating, I eat and eat and eat, and I can't seem to lose any weight... you'd think... go figure. Take Care.

    By Blogger razumarx, at March 30, 2005 9:51 PM  

  • You'd think that people would get in trouble or something for that - false adverstising (ha - how ironic).

    By Blogger Wil, at March 31, 2005 5:36 PM  

  • My wife is was raised in San Antonio. If I remember correctly, San Antonio can be a real Beach.

    By Blogger Kermit, at April 10, 2005 5:49 AM  

  • I see you haven't lost your sense of humor Kermit Happy Blogging..

    By Blogger Howard, at April 10, 2005 6:50 PM  

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