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  • wall_st_trendsetter wall_st_trendsetter Apr 17, 2014 12:31 AM Flag

    bittorrent will kill lgf

    Why pay 34$ for a ticket, large popcorn and coke, box of skittles and a hot dog when bit torrent is free?

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    • You sure eat a lot when you see a movie. I tend to eat before the movie, but you are right about walking to your seat. I have given up on any activity that requires any effort. I recently stopped golfing because I don't like having to get in and out of the cart just to hit the ball. I quit snowboarding because I don't like walking from my car to the chairlift. I'm thinking about selling my business because I'm getting tired of having to wake up and drive to my office. Why do any of these activities when I can download seasons of the Kardashians on BitTorrent.

      Based on my new lifestyle I am contemplating investing in companies that sell TV dinners and diabetes drugs. Why do you think I have a big position in MNKD. I am also taking out student loans to fund my investing and collecting unemployment for the next two years to support these changes. I am in the middle of building a Tiny house to green up my life too. As for LGF, they will be just fine.

    • Perhaps, but it won't be theaters, it will be library. Movie theaters are still a social event. A place to go. Discount cards, member cards, dates, big screen, get the kids out of house, teen groups, etc. etc....... If you don't buy out the concession stand it is still a reasonable expense for a few hours out of the house.

      Sentiment: Hold

    • Plus you don't have to walk all the way to your seat.

 
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