I actually did end up getting cable-- streaming cable.
Mostly used it to watch political programming this past year.
I've considered getting rid of it, but if I did, I'd lose a huge "deal"
You see, I signed up for "DirectTV-NOW" (now AT&T NOW... 0r just AT&T TV)the very first week and got a package and pricing almost completely locked in until I miss a payment or quit. It's cheaper than just about any other popular package and carries channels others do not carry, a couple I have been known to watch (MLBTV, BBC America). AT&T don't even offer the package to new subscribers anymore, just to us grandfathered subscribers.
Post by Terra Incognita on Mar 21, 2021 14:23:58 GMT
Been rewatching Yes, Minister on YouTube. Like All in the Family, many of the topics are still relevant. The humour is sometimes facile by today's standards, but it was sophisticated, then. This is my third go-round with YM, but I haven't watched YPM since the eighties -- I never liked it as much as its predecessor; the stories seemed repetitive.