Here it comes, this year’s “New Stuff on TV” post… This time with visual aids… OMG!!! Pretty long and boring stuff, honestly, but I enjoy writing about this stuff, and sharing the fun that’s in here.
For some 20 years, I’ve collected physical and digital copies of tv, concerts and movies, from various sources, through various friends. About a year and a half ago, I looked at my walls and decided it was time to shrink it down somehow. I had my entire living room wall covered in movies, and TV was covering the back part of my kitchen wall. It was a hell of a mess trying to find things, because, try as I might, keeping things in order was ugly, and I never knew what (if any) platform that things were to be found on (Apple, Amazon, a couple Vudu, etc). With over 2k movies, 150+ professional live (WWE, concert) shows, 300+ TV series (1200+ seasons, 17k+ episodes), it was time to put it all together, and that took a good bit of planning and investigation.
A long , long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I used to embark on a fun adventure called “Tuesday afternoon movies”. Essentially, I’d spend an afternoon or so every month at the movies, in order to relieve some of the stress of day to day life. I’ve been ignoring that for the past few months, partly because nothing ‘good’ came out I wanted to see, partly because winter, and partly because, lazy… Well, today, I ventured out into the world of movie theater again, and here’s what I thought of it.
The opinions inside are absolutely my own and in no way represent those I know, friends or the like. I’ll happily discuss these opinions with you, or others, in a calm and rational fashion. However, I will not tolerate in any way, shape or form, harassment, bullying, or the like. Just because I don’t like something you do doesn’t give you the right to attack me. Show the same respect I show you, ok?
I’ve tried to keep these as spoiler free as possible, so please do keep that in mind, in the comments!
Those that know me know I’ve been a fan of the iPhone since, well, ever. I skipped the first couple of generations , got my first one at 3G, and have had almost every release since. Why ? Don’t ask why, just accept it :). Well, after a couple months wait, and dealing with a ton of crap at other providers, I’m finally happy to say that I’ve upgraded to the X. YAY!!! Here’s my initial thoughts, findings, and hey, I’ll keep this as updated as possible. Hopefully this will help someone else out further down the road