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Premium Channels

Premium Channels HBO has been around since 1972 and Showtime has been on the air since 1976. Cinemax, nicknamed Skinemax, began it’s run in 1980. Then came The Disney Channel in 1983. Starz came late to the party in 1994. … Continue reading

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Star Wars The Force Awakens

December 18, 2015 Force Awakens Star Wars The Next Generation. I mean Star Wars The Force Awakens opened yesterday. Easily one of the most anticipated movies of the year—perhaps even the past few years. The mystery surrounding the plot was … Continue reading

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Glamorous Vs Gritty

    Glamorous Vs Gritty Sex and the City aired on HBO from 1998 to 2004. Since I didn’t have HBO except for a brief few months in 2003, I did not get hooked on the series.  I heard about … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Television

The Evolution of Television The first TV I remember owning was a small black and white set. We didn’t get a color set until the mid-80s. At first we got just the basic 12 channels at the time, and it … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones and Camelot

April 20, 2012 Dragons “Jealousy—that dragon which slays love under the pretense of keeping it alive!” says Havelock Ellis, a psychologist who wrote in the 1920s.   I thought it appropriate since dragons and damaged relationships were the central theme this … Continue reading

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