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    No Hank, you're a Happy Person. When i come home, just turn my Home Teather and Mac On and listen to music. The only moment in front of the TV is for some movie or series.

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    What a dummy. I JUST cancelled my Time Warner cable last month. I had 20Mg, 3 DVRs and 250 channels. Now, I have 20Mg, Hulu Plus and Netflix. My bill went from $180-$200 a month to $52. Between iTunes, Netflix and Hulu, TW has been thoroughly replaced. I have an iPad 2, my gf has the 3, an Apple TV and an XBOX 360 in the livingroom and the bedroom and my MacBook Pro HDMI'd in the living room with a 4Tb network drive. I don't even kinda need a cable company.

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    That pic of the CEO is also just hilarious. Looks like a proper doofus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jahooba View Post
    So I'll need:

    1. Apple TV
    2. An Apple device (such as an iPad)

    That's hundreds upon hundreds of dollars just to stream (free) video to the TV. This CEO is right - that's NOT an easy way to do it.
    The average cable bill is about $100 a month.

    Even if you got the 64Gb 3G/4G iPad 3 and an ATV, they'd pay for themselves in only 10 months...and then $1200 a year afterwards. No monthly bill, true on demand and no more craptastic boxes with laggy garbage UIs. You also have an iPad. You mean, the same service, done better for free AND awesome portable hardware? Yep. Sounds sooo hard...

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