Fox and Dish Complaint - Both of you should be ashamed of yourselves!

Review by Imadiva on 2010-10-11
When I first heard that FX was to be removed I was angry at Fox Network because Dish said Fox wanted to overcharge us and it was a bidding war. But the more I think about it, and see other providers offering it, I think both parties are very greedy at the expense of many Americans who are struggling and probably cut back on other things to Just have a little cable nightly before their next 12 hour day. What's wrong with these people....have their country club membership fees went up? Are they having boardroom squabbles over programming fees while ENJOYING lavish lunches catered in... don't have enough to pay for the young stripper girlfriends? God...I am so ready to give up DISH. Maybe even give up TV and find some quality time doing something else more productive. Half the time I'm too busy trying to figure out how to work the remote anyways...trying to get past interactive channels, or trying to figure out why I'm paying money for programming and getting nothing but commercial and shopping networks and insanely stupid reality progr4ams...and then I have the Spanish channels (I live in the U.S. people!)

Gee...I think I'll watch reruns of Little House on the Prairie. What a big Joke, Dish...what a big Joke, Fox. I hope you go under. And I don't want any form letter response to explain why I'm getting ripped...I already know.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-10-12
Posted by werelucky on 2010-10-12:
Cable TV is a choice. If you don.'t like what they offer, don't use their service. The cable/ satellite providers will charge whatever people will pay. So, until people stop using their services the price will continue to increase. You can always get free movies from the library.

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