[mythtv-users] Chris Isaak

George W Rocklein grocklein at comcast.net
Fri Feb 27 16:04:51 UTC 2009

Dean Collins wrote:
>     Commercials Help Viewers Enjoy Shows/ Time/
>     <http://www.tvweek.com/blogs/tvbizwire/2009/02/commercials_help_viewers_enjoy.php>
> A new study shows that commercial interruptions often make television 
> shows more enjoyable, Time 
> <http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1881927,00.html> 
> magazine reports. When annoying breaks end, viewers are happy to have 
> their program back, according to the study, called "Enhancing 
> Television-Viewing Experience Through Commercial Interruptions."
> /—Jon Lafayette/
> One of the things I really find I’m enjoying on Hulu is the lack of ads.
> Maybe it’s just me but the amount of times I catch myself 
> saying….another freaking ad that I’m paying for when watching Time 
> Warner…..didn’t we pay for cable tv so that they would have less ads?
> Regards,
> Dean Collins
> Cognation Inc
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Isn't that kind of like claiming people enjoy beating their heads 
against the wall because it feels so much better when they stop?

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