My Personal Digital Conversion Begins Friday
"Never pay for TV." That's been my personal manifesto for the first forty-years of my life. My logic was air tight:
1) There major networks that still give away programming.
2) It would be cheaper for me to rent the one or two movies I watch a month than to purchase cable.
3) I don't watch much TV. There's Lost, 30 Rock, and the NFL.
This all comes to an end this Friday, thank you Al Gore. With the digital conversation looming, my faithful rabbit ears will become defunct. I tried the converter box and digital antenna with no success. Apparently, I'd need to purchase and install some roof-top mounted antenna. Amy and I gave in and ordered cable.
So, what I have I been missing all these years? I look forward to MNF. And when I travel, John Stewart and Colbert have entertained me in the hotel. Other than that, what's out there?