I told you we gave up satellite a while ago, right? For the most part it’s working out just fine. We have an Apple TV hooked up so I can watch my favorite shows using my Hulu Plus account ($9 a month), and that’s pretty great. I don’t watch a lot of tv during the week, but on weekends I really like to have t.v. on as I doze off. The problem is: shows have become both precious and difficult. I don’t want to ‘spend’ a good show and sleep through it, but it takes too long to find a ‘throwaway’ show, then it only lasts 44 minutes max. I missed having something to drift away to that kept going.
Well, Sam and Rachel have a digital antenna, so I bought one, too! Lloyd was sick, so I bought it myself, and didn’t even buy the cheapest one, as is my M.O. According to the directions, I should have been able to pick up up to ten channels, but I get 4: CBS, ABC (it stutters out sometimes), Live Well Network and MyNetwork TV that is tied to our other local CBS channel.
It seems to be a good setup. I am spoiled from being able to pause shows – you can’t do that with this. But after 35 naps, I’ll have the cost-per-use down to a dollar.
(It’s the black thing leaning against the t.v. shelf.)