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  • eat_my_green_snot eat_my_green_snot Sep 25, 2011 12:28 PM Flag

    NFLX LIBRARY OF MOVIES SUCKS! TOTALLY OLD!

    you MORON! it's not just about "movies" ffs! i watch more TV than movies! i watch all kinds of programs that you cannot get on nflx, but only on cable! when i want to watch a movie, I want to watch a fairly new release one. NFLX absolutely licks in this department!

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    • How do you define new ? something you are seeing on the TV :) ?

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      • I wouldn't worry about this guy's arguments about "new" content--they're about as valid as virginity in a w h or ehouse and have all the appeal you'd expect from 16 year olds who are still groping around in the back seat of their Nissans parked over Herpe Hollow Falls Ca.

        There's enough real criticism about the way the recent price hike to garner real debate, this idiot stands in the middle of a library, and yells "hey, there's just old books here!" as if this is some startling revelation.

        Unbleebable.

    • Hey SHMUCK, for some reason, TWENTY FOUR MILLION PEOPLE like this service, and I can assure you many think the DVD offerings are phucking ANNOYING! If you think the majority of users are waiting for seventh period to talk about the latest SyFy flick, stick your neck out and continue to short.

      Your argument may have worked three years ago, but you're way off kilter now. I have an aerial also, and that is the only hidef service I need.

      Sorry about your stalled out short, time to take profits and take feet with the rest of your fungus shortie buddies.

 
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