this is no longer a country of for the people by the people it is now the government for the government by the government it is time to change now
May 10, 2012 at 10:58pm
i got it its supposed to represent congress or polotisions and democrats and all the banks and a lot big buinesss and wellfair crooks and the list goes on and on sucking at the goverment tit. and as far as the picture goes they did not have to do that to make the point of the artical showing as kid as big as that was just wrong that bordered on pedofila
May 4, 2012 at 7:29pm
go get em uncle ted you got nothing to apologize for the rest of us americans are tired of liberl pc ******** too you are a man among men keep rocking the free world if you run for political office you got my vote and backing
January 5, 2012 at 4:15pm
it s the old story a sucker born every minuet wc was right
January 5, 2012 at 3:46pm
o i forgot yes a video card does connect to a tv its called a s connection most video cards have them and now the newer cards are hdmi out but you can still buy the older card that have s out see you dont need a tv tunner card to connect to a tv with a tunner card you need the cable i dont just a wifi card and a video card or if you can still find one its called a microjack vga to tv converter i
January 5, 2012 at 3:39pm
from wizard 101 you just dont know what web sites to go to thats all i watch first run movies any cable program black out sports events all thru my comp hooked up to my bigscreen tv yes i even watch gbtv you just have to know were to look on the web thats all if its on cable its on the internet all free have been cable free for 5 years no cable bill no phone bill now if i can just do something about electric i am all set
Please please explain to me what I have to do to get rid of cable! Just buy one of these Roku streaming things? Can it be used on any flat screen TV? Oh my gosh, would that be awesome to get rid of the cable bill!!!!
Waggie - what you need is a high speed internet connection - cable or DSL. Roku has the minimum requirements on its web site.
What you need to do is take inventory of what you actually watch on a regular basis and then look at Roku's application/channel listing.
Some stuff that's not there yet is live sports - like ESPN. But if you want movies and slightly delayed broadcast TV on demand then you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Some channels are free, others are subscription (Netflix, Amazon Prime).
Assess your needs and see if Roku would work for you. It did for us and we save $100/mo on cable TV.
I have used roku for at least 2 years (originally to stream netflix). They keep making having one better by adding more and better content.
Hey, Wizard 101 want to share some website addresses that you referred to for free internet streaming and etc? Or, point me in a direction for the information? Let me know if you are looking for something, I would be glad to share any information I have with you.
Wizard. So you don't think the people creating and delivering these programs to you are entitled to the revenue from hte legal means of obatining this programming?
That's called piracy. Shame on you. Just get a subscription - they aren't that expensive. Netflix is about $8 per month. If you can't afford that then you're spending too much time on your home computer, anyway.
January 5, 2012 at 11:31am
big deal i can do the same thing by puting a cheap 10 doller video card in my comp and hooking it up to my tv even if its a old set and watch evey tv show or movie i want