>It does not seem to me that the triplecast is such a bad deal. Considering
>the average quality of the network traditional coverage you could even be
How can you save money if you're paying for it?
>Triple Cast Facts (NYT):
> You do not get out of your house with an urge to riot the local mall.
Sorry but some of the people who work for the Times are so out of touch
with reality that it makes George Bush look like a genius.
>-No personality features.
> Here you save at least $100 in post-telecast psycological counseling.
Yeh,I guess if you live in NYC and the only extracuricular activity of note is
is going to see a shrink twice a week,and jogging away from muggers in
Central Park is close second, then I guess being glued to TripleCast is
>-No shifting between events
> You save more than $20 in tylenol tablets.
You'll need Advil after shifting between 3 PPV channels. I hope these people
from the Times can handle it. It looks like a pretty strenious activity
sitting around for 12 straight hours following two former Russian discus
throwers, Natasha and Elena, who came to Barcelona just like thousands
of other former Eastern Bloc ex-steroid monkeys to forget about the
misery back home and maybe get noticed in the West and enjoy some world
attention for 2 weeks because at home they're despised like a bad
>If you think that the 5000 people that got the triplecast are moroons, imagine
>how many new ones the normal telecast will create...
Not many, because they weren't dumb enough to sink to lower level of
the game called 'Get a Life'.
>Fortunately I go back to europe and I will get everything for free. It is a
Adios,Amigo and we'll leave the light on for you...
>Alex Beascoechea R.P.I
Oh you live in Troy-Schenectady area, no wonder that TripleCast doesn't
seem like a bad option anymore. I did my time down there for three years,but
I've escaped and now I have a life :-)....