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As for us, we’re still up a creek without a paddle.
How would I know it didn’t have the much-required HDMI hookup that’s apparently quite important with streaming and internet badassity?
I never thought twice, and because so paid a hefty penalty in both time and money w/ this lame hacking attempt of mine.
I get the appeal of watching it on your laptop, but after 12 hour days behind a computer it’s the last thing I want do when unwinding.
The second step – call up Verizon and simply ask them to cut channels out and lower our bill (Hah! We figured if we could find a way to substitute our shows/movies over time by using the internet instead of Verizon, we’d save a nice stash of cash like many of you are already doing and have the best of both worlds going on.