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10 The Things I Learned After Having A Great Cable Television Alternative

 Cable Television Alternative
Cable Television Alternative

Ever since I got my Media Cube of learned that I’ve been missing out by not allowing myself to have an alternative to cable television which is doing nothing but draining a huge hole in my pocket and not even giving me the entertainment I want.

1. I can have a Star Wars Marathon anytime I want to

2. Goodfellas is definitely the best gangster movie

3. Chris Rock alway had many great moments my favorite is still “Bigger and Blacker”

4. Kill Williams Is a nut bag, but we already knew that. “The Pimp Chronicles” is still probably his finest work.

5. I’m a total nerd, I can’t stop watching all of the great documentaries (too numerous to name) that are available on this thing

6.The Wolf of Wall Street, is how I should’ve lived my life (minus the end part)

7. American Sniper was pretty good, but then again I’m a sucker for anything by Clint Eastwood, especially if it’s a war movie.

8. Did I mention in number five that I’m a total dork?

9. There is so much free movies, TV programs, sports, kids shows, documentaries and shows from cable television’s all over the world my lousy cable company doesn’t pickup its ridiculous.

10. I need to clone myself to have time to really enjoy this great alternative to cable TV

Nova

Watch Every Episode Of Nova From PBS

One of my favorite documentary programs is Nova by PBS. Sometimes the show can be a bit of a sleeper, but when they get on to good subjects such as the classic “Rise of the Drones” (FULL EPISODE) they can’t be stopped.

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Watch free documenteries on Media Cube

With subjects of varying from “Escape from Nazi Alcatraz” to “The World’s First Computer” (a device found in the late 60s on a sunken Greek cargo ship and then later revisited by famous explorer Jacques Cousteau) Even when they have subject matter that is not so much to my taste the execution from the show’s production staff is always so good they can always make you think about something.

One thing I never wondered about was how this show have been running in straight seasons since 1974. And people thought The Simpsons were all long-running show. LOL

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Watch free documenteries on Media Cube

I guess not being on the Fox network and not having to pander to advertisers gives PBS’s “Nova” a unique and nu-corrupted by advertiser dollars perspective on a variety of interesting subjects mostly encompassing science and history.

24 Hours In Police Custody

24 Hours In Police Custody From the BBC

As I stated earlier, I’m a huge fan of the BBC. Somehow while scrolling through the on limited amounts of things to watch on my Media Cube I stumbled across “24 Hours In Police Custody“. I admit, I never even heard of program before, just the title of it caught my eye. This one wound up being another binge watching session.

 24 hours in police custody
The amazing thing about this show is how much I learned about the British legal system in comparison to the cluster-fuck we have here in America. In 90% of cases, the police are not allowed to detain you for anymore than 24 hours unless you are formally charged. I was struck by the two humongous differences from the criminal justice system in America.

1. Everyone is so damn polite! :)

2. They can’t keep you sitting in jail for months on end, waiting for the Keystone cops to try to make the case against you.

I find it kind of funny that every year on the Fourth of July — we celebrate the fact we seceded from the British?

Where is my passport?

Through The Wormhole

Through The Wormhole With Morgan Freeman

How I missed Through The Wormhole, I have no idea. It’s only hosted by Morgan Freeman, I think the guy is kind of a huge actor (or something LOL). Nonetheless — this one just got right past me. Maybe it was the fact that my cable TV provider didn’t carry The Science Channel because it was too intellectual for the rednecks living in Atlanta. Fortunately I have been able to binge watch all six seasons of it on my Media Cube.


Subjects range from questioning the existence of God, black holes, particle accelerators, Quantum physics, thermodynamics, and the beginning and end of time.

If you are a nerd, like I am — I cannot suggest you watch Through the Wormhole enough.