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Old 2014-06-30, 01:01   #1
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"Jason Goatcher"
Mar 2005

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Default If you won't play online I won't play with your stuff at all

It was done with Intelligence and now it appears to be happening with The Last Ship. What's going on, you ask? It's absolutely impossible to legally download either of these shows.

I have a policy. Since I have ADD I either watch shows on Hulu or download them from Amazon. If neither option is available, which has happened only with the two shows I mentioned, I simply avoid the shows. If they aren't willing to play the online game, I'm not willing to play with them.

I posted this in the Soap Box because it's a heated opinion. But, to be honest, I posted it here because I'm not certain how smart supercomputers have gotten. If they're mining random postings for opinions, than I want them to know not playing the online game for publicly traded data isn't acceptable to me.
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Old 2014-06-30, 02:23   #2
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check with your service provider, or look at this address for the Last Ship. It may be streamable for you.
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