To all those who have tried to use vlc to view TV channels on their computers
blchupin at iinet.net.au
Fri Jul 30 13:20:30 UTC 2010
On 30/07/2010 18:01, Stephen Michael Kuhn wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Jul 2010 05:51:51 pm Basil Chupin wrote:
>> Which hasn't been on for some months now.....But when it was, it was one
>> of my most favourite programs.
> Re-runs will start soon, but.
The 2010 series was kinda late and was the first program was broadcast
in April of this year so I guess it will eventually get here to
Australia. But re-runs eh? I wouldn't even mind these.
>> (Then the Americans tried to have it apply to their "heritage" - and the
>> whole thing ended up as a total crap program :-( .
> Don't go there - it's truly embarrassing.
I know how you feel..I think.... :-( .
>> Did you know that Upstairs Downstairs is being "revived" - with
>> Hollywood's "help" of course?
> Even more embarrassing.
Say no more.....
>> You can see it all now showing up on your screen now, can't you?
> I shudder to think of it.
"...and Morgan Freeman, who inherited the ancestral title of Lord
Ashbeery, makes his mark on the English peasants who serve in the
dungeons of his ancestral house while he instructs the British
government on how to.....".
It's all clear to me....."I can see clearly now, the rain is gone.......".
>> No need to answer......you'd be better off using Pro-Active on your
>> <fill in your anatomical feature>.)
> Large Toe of either foot.
Actually, friend reported that his grandfather reported that it fixed
his "turkey look-a-like" many times better than viagra....
>>> or "Big Bang Theory"
>> "Big Bang....". You're still in your mid thirties ain't ya?
> Extremely very late 40's - but Sheldon is my fave (and the missus calls him
> "Stephen" instead of "Sheldon" - not sure why)
Ah, veemen have this instinctive knowledge. If she calls him Stephen
then the best person to ask about this is Freud. Don't ask your wife -
she'll only probably tell you the truth :-) .
BTW, I have never watched "Big Bang" and so I haven't a bloody clue what
you are talking about! :-D .
>>> - otherwise, we opt for
>>> computers/internet or that thing called "book".)
>> Oh! One of *those*!
> We have more books than you can poke a stick at - which brings me to the point
> of why exactly someone would want to poke a stick at books unless they were
> burning them and had to poke at them to get the oxygen circulating to the
> unburnt books underneath.
Ah the old "Fahrenheit 451" trick, eh?
> A few litres of LOX would do even better, in that
> respect - albeit dangerously explosive - but fun (like with BBQ's and stump-
Strange, isn't it? Some many years ago a friend told me the formula for
making napalm - and I also found the prescription for it on the fledging
internet at that time, including a great many formulae for making all
sorts of things which go "bang in the night". All this was freely
available at the time. But now......you can't even go searching on the
word "crack" without being reported to "Those Who Protect Your Way of
Life Against Liberty, Evil, and Naughty Words!".
If nothing happens, nothing can go wrong.
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