Welcome to Snippet Wednesday!
We hope you have a nice visit.
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Wouldn't it be cool if premium cable channels offered packages based on their original programming? For example, offer a 10-week package that runs the span of a season of, say, Game of Thrones. They could charge a bit of a premium since you're not committing to an entire contract year of the channel. The viewer could get the show they want and, like I said, not be locked in and have to spend upwards of $120 for the added channel that they may never use otherwise. Is anybody from HBO reading this? Make it so!
I received a free month's subscription to Hulu Plus in email the other day. I'm debating if I want to bother trying it out. Do any of you use it? Worth it? What are the plusses and minuses? I want to see if it's even worth signing up for since they'll likely require me to enter a credit card and I hate doing that for free trials unless it's truly worth my time.
I believe this is how Storm Shadow got his start...
...full body wrap in a white towel after being bathed as a baby. Now he's a bad ass ninja working for Cobra! Storm Shadow, that is; not Nathan.
When it first came out in 1998, I saw There's Something About Mary in theaters and hated it. And I have not seen it since. Until a couple weeks ago when, for whatever reason, Katie and I started watching it on TV. We finally finished it last night on DVD. While still not exactly my cup of tea, I gotta admit I did find myself laughing a lot more and discovering that I really don't remember that movie at all. Brett Favre was in it??
Twice yesterday, Nathan reached out and started mashing one of his hands into my face moving my cheeks and nose and lips around. He seemed thoroughly fascinated by it. I can only imagine that his immediate thought was, "Wow! My daddy's face is made of clay!" His follow-up thoughts to that were likely "What's clay?" and "What's a daddy?" Can't really prove otherwise, can I?
Well, I'm off. I bid thee adieu.