I am retiring this show as of this episode. I've done 7 episodes in the last 2 years and that is not nearly enough. So I'm focusing on the shows that I can be consistent with. If you like what I've done with Geek of the North, then subscribe to Mike Dell's World (mikedell.com). If you are into podcasting, subscribe to Podcast Help Desk (podcasthelpdesk.com) I also do a company podcast with Todd Cochrane called "Your Podcast by Blubrry" (powerpresspodcast.com)
Mike talks about Cord Cutting. The FCC not requiring TV (or radio) to cover the city of license and how, Up North here, he can't even get his local TV station with a 50foot tall antenna and how that is not right.
I had a little adventure with my Wife's car a while back and put some small dents and scratches in it. We had full coverage insurance on the car so the insurance company decided to total it. Doesn't make any sense to me so I bought it back from the insurance company.
Sometimes you get something that lasts a long time, and sometimes you just throw it away. Most technology today is throw away and not repairable. When is the last time you had a TV repaired?
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