I guess I'm kind of ignorant to all of these sports websites. Are those that have been mentioned free?
I'm fine with going to a bar or to a friends for Wisconsin and Marquette basketball when it's only once or twice a week, but I'm not doing it six times a week during baseball season and I can't bear the thought of not watching the Brewers.
I'm a bit late to the party here, but I have been cable free for going on six years. Mostly for monetary reasons. My roommate was devastated (and honestly, I think he still is), but it was very easy for me to give up. If I'm at someone's house who was cable/satellite, I will flip through the channels, but it seems I end up watching the movies/TV shows that I've already seen 15 million times.
I have never been a big TV watcher in the first place, so I guess the transition wasn't as difficult for me as it was for my roommate (who will go to his brother's place to watch TV. Seriously). So Jugs, if you and the lady don't watch TV very often as it is, I'd say you'll do just fine without.
Mar 14 Sheepdogs/Fitz & The Tantrums/City & Colour (Austin)
Mar 15 Jim James (Austin)
Apr 26 Jim James (Boston)
May 4 Clutch & The Sword (Portland ME)
Jun 8 DMB (Hartford)
Jun 21 Jim James (Northampton MA)
Jul 27-28 Newport Folk
Aug 6 Death Grips (Boston)
Oct 25-27 MOEMS
Post by gardenfresh on Feb 2, 2013 11:09:19 GMT -5
I made the switch about a few months ago, and I found that if you look in the right places, the content on the internet far surpasses the quality and enjoyment levels of any programming I ever got in the cable box.