Cheaper than cheap — 10 Comments

  1. Bread and games? Roman empire gone global?

    Or simply the same thing as with everything else where the cacophony of the "masses" seems to be getting louder every day. Only, in my opinion, it's not really the "masses", it's only those minorities who are the loudest. The difference compared to former times probably is what we are all so grateful for – the Interwebs. Medal, two sides and all that.

  2. Yet another reason my wife and I banned television (cable and sat) from our homes after broadcast TV bit the big one. Long before we met each other even. We do have cable piped in but it's only for Internet access, nothing else. We don't even 'stream' (whatever the hell that is).

    I have this strange sensation that I've posted this before? Deja-few.

  3. Bruce Springsteen song, '57 Channels (And Nothin' On)." How right he was except he should have titled it, '500 Channels (And Nothin' On).'

    Of course he has since turned into a woke, Trump bashing, Dem supporting climate wanker. Then again, he's far from alone in that.

    As for the Kardashians, Their tv run has ended due to the fires in California. They gotta get out of that place if it's the last thing they ever do. Silicon melts don'tcha know. It'd be pretty horrific to have their tits hanging by their knees. Won't someone think of the children?

    Aw, now I've got that revolting image in my head. << Shakes fist at the screen >>.

  4. With the availability of cheap/free video editing software and excellent cameras there are endless quality videos on YouTube.

    They cover a huge variety of subjects and styles and I seem to find new favourites every day.

    Agree with the torrents as well. 

  5. If you want some entertainment, have a look at Ricky Gervais hosting the Foreign Writers Film Awards on You Tube. He may not be to everyone's taste, but to see these mega rich, self important, celebrities squirming as he mercilessly insults and humiliates them is worth the total of 3 hours of your life.

    Sadly, he said he's not doing it anymore.



    • All I can find is the menu (what they ate at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Golden Globe Awards January 2020):

      and innumerable extracts…

      Is this three-hour replay an item hosted by NBC on YouTube TV @ $64.99 per month?

      Anyway, no meat, eggs or butter in the delicacies on the menu, maybe made up for by Gervais' opening remarks which, an NBC recording, Golden Globes posted on their Facebook page but conspicuously not on their YouTube channel, alongside the menu and the extracts: "A big THANK YOU to our brilliant host Ricky Gervais. You certainly got audiences talking :-)" they wrote – not quite enough of an accolade to get me to watch all of him at this time of night. Maybe tomorrow. smiley

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