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February 07, 2011


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I don't know if you know it or not but there is a cable that hooks up to our tv (costs $20) that allows you to watch online on your tv. Hulu.com and vidreel are free IF they have what you are looking for, it's a nice find. We watched an old movie called "Dangerous Crossing" recently. I didn't know about Roku. Times have changed...but isn't it great that we can sort of step back and watch those programs!


Thanks for your comment. Does the cable you spoke of hook up from a computer to the TV? It's so hard to keep up with all the new technology.

I still watch "Lois And Clark" and David E. Kelly's "The Practice" and "Ally McBeal" on the internet. They feed my addiction to old TV programs. Sometimes I even watch "Wild Wild West" and "I Dream of Genie", hehe.


Thanks for commenting. We have Wild Wild West coming in the mail from Netflix today.

We can also convert our old tapes to DVD then watch it again as if we are watching from an old tv.

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