I have not owned a TV for 15 years now


Television


Back in the early 2000's something happened in which we all had to update our TVs or something. I literally just gave mine to a neighbor and have not had a TV since.

I hate watching TV. There are games to be played.


Edit: I mean Days. Nobody can live without TV for 15 years, that is crazy talk.


I think it is actually kind of clever that you put this under the television section. It both does and doesn't make sense at the same time.


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15 days???


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While I have a couple of TVs, I only use them for playing DVDs and our PS 4, I haven't watched actual television in four years.

And I don't watch YouTube so I haven't seen a commercial since Hulu started offering commercial free service.

I haven't been happier.


I cancelled my hulu account and only pay for Netflix now.
Other than this we watch:
- youtube
- bit-chute
- Dlive
- twitch

On Netflix, I watch over and over again the Shadowrun movie "Bright." It is such a good run. Hope they make some more eps with a few more Deckers running around.

Sovereign Court

So since NBC is launching Peacock, will that mean even less options for Hulu?


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

I don't watch NBC shows on Hulu anyway, I'm there mostly for their FX, comedies, and original shows.

Edit: I highly recommend The Awesomes, one of their original shows.

Sovereign Court

My wife had Hulu for awhile but we didnt find it worth having compared to our other services. She is mostly into Netflix and /amazon and im an HBO/Starz/Showtime kind of man.


I got a 65" ultra high resolution tv for Christmas. I love how unbelievably clear the picture is on it. Just astounding. However, I almost never watch television anymore, except when someone is over for a movie night. I do have passwords on Hulu, Netflix, and Disney+ that people gave me but I virtually never use them, though I did watch "The Mandalorian" religiously, but watched it all on my computer monitor because the television I had before Christmas was losing its picture quality. I haven't had cable or satellite in years now and don't miss it.

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