Ain’t Going to Be Comcast’s Bitch


It’s been less than a year since I have gotten rid of my cable television service. At first I felt great. Cutting the cord felt damn near liberating. No longer was I paying $240 a month for wasted channels, summer hiatuses and informercials. Everyday there was something new on Netflix, and Hulu+ to watch and feel like I wasn’t missing anything from cable television. I know I’m not signing back up for TV services, the prices are too astronomical, so why am I looking at cable packages from Comcast?

I think the evil maniacal villain that is Comcast has won, and well on its way to conquering the world. It’s becoming increasing more difficult to find content and shows that are streamed online. A lot of the networks and channels that provide online streaming require an authentication from your television provider.

What kind of bullshit is that? This all started when the content providers became the content owners (i.e. Comcast buying NBC/Universal). And now there’s is talk about streaming services like Hulu require TV provider authentication… So what is a cord cutter like me suppose to do? Buckle down, sign back up for Comcast and prepare to be ass-raped in the wallet or give the middle finger to “the Man” and torrent all my shows? I guess only time will tell.

I Watched Basketball Wives Today…

… And I felt a part of my soul die.


As I’ve gotten older I realized that being jealous of anyone else’s success is counter-productive to my own success and happiness. And before I continue I have to say that I’m using the term jealous in the looses way because I refuse to believe that these basic-ass chicks on this show should warranty any emotion from anyone but pity.

I prayed that I would never get to see this show but for the last month its all that my best friend and my roommates have been talking about. Tonight I finally sat down and witnessed the incessant drama, bitchiness, the gaudiness… and frankly it all made me a little sick. So excuse me, I have to go continue to projectile vomit.

And A Moment of Silence

February 13, 2009 – January 29, 2010

I Just Don’t Get It