I have no idea what "JJ" is but for weather there are several web sites
that do as good a job on local forecasts as your average TV weatherman.
"Weather Underground" is one--<http://www.wunderground.com/ .
For entertainment programming, between Hulu and the various networks'
Web sites you can see most shows without paying for them, but you will
have to sit through ads.
J. Clarke wrote:
We have been discussing the idea of dropping Comcast
Thanks, it looks like Weather Underground will meet all of my weather
info needs, and then some. As Comcast has been raises my rates, with
predictable regularity, it will give me some satisfaction to "downgrade
my service". That is a phrase they repeated to me over and over the last
time I asked them to remove a "feature" I didn't use. I muse that they
changed the name of their service from "Comcast" to "Xfinity" because
the former one had too much brand recognition!--or maybe their new goal
is to raise their prices to Xfinity! ; ) For me, and probably lots of
folks here, The WoodWright Shop is near the top of my entertainment
programming--and the mention of this ensures that my post contains ww
I wondered once what folks thought of me here. Now I have the answer,
and I could not have guessed. I'm glad you included "hammered", because
I am known for hammering things down real good so they don't get away! lol
You could buy the 25 bulbs from HD, take two out and compare the
brightness and, if not much better than the others, slip them back in
the box and return the whole thing - just don't break any in the
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