I'm currently boycotting Netflix. They let me go through the whole setup process, with my GUAM address and charged my cc only to then tell me they can't stream movies to Guam. That information might have been good, oh, um, BEFORE they let me complete the setup. Grr.
hehe, that does call for at least a few cases :)
LOL. Congratulations. :)
I've done that ; -) Maybe not quite that long...Happy Oscar Day!
@Meg ~ Putting on my Louboutins to deliver the bitch slap to Netflix on your behalf (but after I get my case of way k?)@David ~ you are welcome to share@Brooke ~ I knew you would get a kick out of this blog post today@Pseudo ~ so great to see you. Yeah, Netflix sure does make their money off procrastinators!
I'm rooting for you. I trust your acceptance speech will go over the alloted time as well.
@Vinny C ~ I know I will leave someone out in my speech, but know you are all worthy a bitch slap.
No Im sure they love you. I'm pretty sure the reason why they started the company was for people who didn't want to get caught up in deadlines (like ourselves!) Though personally I'm quite satisfied with my instant watch and refuse to wait for snail mail to bring me my movies.
@ Pragmatic Spector ~ the only problem with streaming is they don't have what I want to watch online ~ I love British murder mysteries and my current favorite is Young Sherlock.
I've had mine out for five days (because I'm showing it to students) and I ALREADY feel guilty. You're funny.
oh yeah. I usually watch black and white (I don't know how else to say that without sounding pretentious) films, and for some reason they offer a lot of them in instant watch. Haha it's very convenient though (the whole thing in general). I mean movies are supposed to let you get through the day, not add another deadline to our busy lives!
Psssshhhhh. I had one sitting on the kitchen counter, unwatched, for six months.