The second word should help you out....""The independent school"
My wife and I figured out that we were paying almost $100 a month to watch about 4 shows on Cable, and we already had a few streaming services like Netflix/Hulu, so this is the change we made:
Got rid of Cable: Savings $100 a month.
Kept Netflix (with bluray) $15 a month, Hulu: $7 a month, Easynews: $14 a month.
We bought two Apple TV's and I installed Sickbeard + SABnzbd (to use with NewsGroups) for the few shows that we wouldn't get with OTA. Added a DLNA server on my linux box to stream to the PS3's The first two months of no Cable paid for the two Apple TV's, the third month paid for a PS3 (for the second TV) with a broken Blu-ray drive since I only needed it for Steaming from the DLNA server.
Since I already had a PS3, X-Box and two Tivo's, I can stream from Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Netflix, and MLB, if I choose too, I could also stream from YouTube, Blockbuster, and a few others. With the odd question of "what service has my show", from my wife, it's the only issue we ever run into. We would never go back, and on top of not paying for Cable, my wife and I still get every show we used to watch, just not over the air. I also ended up ripping all of my Blu-Ray's to the DLNA server so I could have any of my movies on any TV I wanted with out ever having to go and get the disk.
: A lot of employers view arrest records as more meaningful than convictions because, "a thug can buy themselves an acquittal, while if a cop considers someone guilty enough to pull out the handcuffs and do the paperwork, they are guilty in this company's book."
Need a citation on this....personally I would rather be arrested 10 times then convicted once.