Friday, January 20, 2012

Consider the Pros and Cons - Satellite TV Vs Cable

!±8± Consider the Pros and Cons - Satellite TV Vs Cable

The boss made you stick around longer than most nights but you were expecting it, so you set the DVR to record the season finale of your favorite show. Unfortunately, you don't have satellite TV. You have cable TV and lightning hit the cable company's transformer, so you won't be able to watch your favorite show when you get home.

Construction mistakes, fiber optic cable ruptures, or utility repairs can wipe out cable service for hours at a time, over a large area of coverage. With satellite TV, none of these factors are an issue. When it comes to the weather, 99.96% of the time, the satellite dish with an unobstructed view of the southern sky will broadcast a clear, digital signal. This translates into a beautiful, high definition picture on your television, that is recorded onto your DVR when you set it for the season finale of your favorite show.

Many customers that make the switch to satellite TV have never gone back to cable. These consumers have found the service, entertainment and reliability they were not getting from their local cable companies. In their opinion, flat out -- satellite TV beats cable, and there is no debate.

Often, the selection of channels, sports packages and family programming that satellite TV has available in high definition, is what wins over the "on the fence" cable vs satellite TV shopper.
Movie buffs love to have multiple options of their favorite premium movie channels. You'll find several HBO, Cinemax, Starz, and Showtime selections, all with a variety of programs to watch any time.

In addition to plenty of channels, there are great sports packages available. One of the most popular is the NFL SUNDAY TICKET. Football fans have up to 200 NFL games during the season. The economy is tough on many families and movies, sporting events and concerts have become luxuries. Satellite TV brings the fun home in high definition with a lower price tag than your local cable company.

Consider the Pros and Cons - Satellite TV Vs Cable

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Armitron Men's 408231RDGY Silver-Tone and Black Chronograph Digital Sport Watch

!±8± Armitron Men's 408231RDGY Silver-Tone and Black Chronograph Digital Sport Watch

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The Armitron Men's Chronograph Digital Sport Watch offers a technologically savvy watch appealing to all those with an adventurous side. The round, black, resin case and bezel feature a polished metalized chrome top ring, silver-toned accents, and engraved compass markings on the top ring. The grey digital dial displays the time across the bottom center in Arabic numerals with the seconds displayed just to the right of the time. The date is easy to read at the top center of the dial and the day of the week is clearly displayed in a circular window at the top left of the dial. Other functions of this watch include chronograph functions, alarm, lap timer, countdown timer, hourly chime, and military time. The comfortable grey resin strap securely fastens with a buckle clasp. This timepiece offers reliable Japanese quartz movement and is protected by a durable mineral crystal. The watch is water-resistant to a depth of 330 feet (100 meters).

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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The Thin Line: Life on the Edge - trailer

RUSH HD presents THE THIN LINE: Life on the Edge, an exhilarating hi-def documentary exploring downhill skiing -- the original extreme sport. Commissioned by RUSH HD from Jalbert Productions, the official production company of the US Ski Team, this beautifully shot, adrenaline-fueled 90-minute film paints a picture of the people and places that have made this alpine discipline one of the world's most dangerous and thrilling sports. Featuring historical and contemporary stories along with stunning POV footage, THE THIN LINE: Life on the Edge includes in-depth interviews with top downhillers such as decorated Americans Bode Miller, Daron Rahlves and Picabo Street, legendary Austrian daredevil Franz Klammer and many more. The World Premiere of THE THIN LINE: Life on the Edge airs on Saturday. December 15 at 10:30pm ET/7:30pm PT/9:30C, on RUSH HD, and will air in the breathtaking clarity of high definition and 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound. (TV-PG)

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