The obligatory Super Bowl post.

…sorry, I got nothing.  I had to give the kid a bath and I don’t have cable anyway.  Was it available online anywhere?

Actually, that’s an interesting question: how long before cable TV goes the way of the dodo?  I mean, I have a cable modem: why can’t I just stream the darn cable stations to my monitor – or can that happen already and I just don’t know about it?  I didn’t know about web access to Netflix until somebody told me, after all.


  • HeartbreakRidge says:

    Don’t think so, but that’s why Hulu, Vudu, and all these other streaming services I’ve not heard of before can get TV shows to your desktop.

  • Laura says:

    Ya know … sometimes I just wanna scream. Yes, YOU (emphasis intended) can stream just about anything off the net on your tv or your computer monitor. On the other hand, those of us who live in the boonies have to rely on dial up (ewww) or satellite(eww .. one less w) and can’t stream anything to any device. Sigh.
    Anyway, Packers won (YIPEEE), the Blackeyed Peas sucked so bad no one will recall Christine Aguilera’s mangling of the Anthem, and I’m still wondering why thousands of ticket holders were denied entrance to the event by Fire Marshals.

  • Randy Ketner says:

    I just cancelled my cable TV service. Hooked up an S-Video cable and audio cables to my old TV and now I can watch just about anything I used to on Netflix or Hulu Plus. Most broadcast channels have streaming for their current shows on their websites. I actually found “Land of the Giants” on Hulu…I’m a sucker for cheesey 60s-70s SciFi TV shows.

  • Finrod says:

    You missed nothing. The Packers didn’t win, the Steelers beat themselves (2 INTs, 1 fumble). They managed to find someone that couldn’t sing the Star-Spangled Banner, and the halftime show had even more people hating it than normal. And, as a special bonus, the NFL and the Cowboys couldn’t even get all the seats up that they had *sold* so hundreds of people got gypped out of attending.

  • Beej says:

    Hmmmm. I don’t have cable either, but I watched the Superbowl.

    Okay maybe I didn’t watch it, but I walked by from time to time and saw it on. It was on our local Fox affiliate. Do you have one of those?

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