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Discussion in 'The Bar' started by blairg, Nov 2, 2012.
marathon on now, good show.
nigga prolly thinks operation repo is real, too.
Jesus christ blairg.
I'm not saying it's real, but it's entertaining for me.
Jesus Christ blairg
watching it now
them niggas throwing fish at each other
"the only thing that willie can do better than me is make his belly roll. its pretty cool!!!"
The hoars r hot
i like it a lot. always makes me laugh.
real, not real? i don't give a fuck, it's entertaining.
Are you guys saying these people don't make duck calls?
Oh yeah, Tootie, you watch your Canadian shows and leave my American television show's alone!
You don't see us talking about Canadian shows, do you??
Sadly I like this show...Never watched it till I was working out of town and I found the brothers to be funny
when i lived in canader, we always watched american tv. apparently some assholes decided that every good canadian must watch mostly canadian tv (whatever the fuck that is) and canada blocks all kinds of U.S. stations to force it's citizens to watch what they want them to watch. i'm assuming the internet fucked that up pretty good.
touchy feely people can't stand it when they can't control the drooling masses.
I like you but you got your facts sooooooooooooooo wrong. The rule is Canadian stations must provide a certain amount of Canadian content, that's all. It doesn't affect American stations at all.
Team Uncle Si
so stuff like this is all bullshit?
...there are literally hundreds of American and other foreign television channels that are purposely made "unavailable" to you by the Canadian Government and CRTC.
Do you own a small satellite system (DirecTV or Dish Network) or a big C-band dish? Did you know that your government and other parties with a vested interest (Bell Expressvu, Starchoice, Cable Companies) have made it illegal to receive ANY foreign television transmissions that have not been approved or sanctioned by them?
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in April that federal broadcasting law prohibits Canadians from gaining access to direct-to-home satellite TV signals from providers other than Toronto-based Bell ExpressVu LP a unit of Bell Canada and Star Choice Communications Inc. of Calgary.
Under existing Canadian laws, users of so-called grey-market satellite dishes people who PAY for a U.S.-based satellite service face up to one year in jail, or a $5,000 fine. Firms found guilty of the same offence face a $25,000 fine. This includes the big C-band dishes (that Canadians have had since the 1970's) as well.
The CRTC and governments have taken it upon themselves to decide what is okay for you to watch and what you can't. The CRTC's so called "white list" contains all the American and International channels that can be distributed in Canada. And all the other channels that aren't on it are forbidden to you as we, as Canadians, are obviously considered too dumb by our government to choose for ourselves what we should watch and so the decision is made for us like we are a bunch of preschoolers.
Fred...You used the "team" term...I held so much respect for you