That's a fantastic idea, LG! We certainly will abide by your wishes and make it a matter between the consumer and the retailer by not buying your tv's.
Done and done!
Store owners are free to carry whatever books they want. This is a market opportunity.
Stop bitching and open your own store for these kinds of books (e-erotica? oof...). Evidently there's some space to make money here.
It's in the opinion issued by the appellate judge, pg 8, last paragraph.
I don't know about how many hours each tech watches on his shift or anything like that, but, I agree, that job sounds horrid.
Unfortunately, Dish is annually named as 1 of the worst companies to work for in America. There was a blurb just a few days ago on that in the Wall St Journal/HuffPo/etc.
None of that would work because Dish technicians actually watch the broadcasts and manually record when the commercial breaks start and stop.
54 million Americans get their tv exclusively over the air. None of the big 4 are alienating that many of their audience.
What they *will* do, however, is go crying to congress after they finish losing their court appeals.
Well, I'm already a Dish sub. I started a chat with an online rep, asked if I could get HBO at half price for 6 months and they said ok. I almost crapped when I saw HBO pckg reg price is $18/month. I can stomach $9/month to get the new season of GoT.
Still not as good as free, tho.