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Satellite TV Comes to the Backseat

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January 11, 2009 10:04:25 PM

Wow, more porn comments. I wasn't aware people actually watched porn on TVs anymore.

That said, now I have another reason to tailgate that Hummer pretending to be a Mini-van.
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January 12, 2009 2:19:13 PM

I love the line in the article that says "AT&T and RaySat created an "affordable" package for the general consumer ". That cracked me up since it's listed for $1299 plus a $28 month service fee.
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January 12, 2009 5:32:18 PM

SOLD!
"(*cough* porn channel *cough*)"
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January 13, 2009 10:33:43 PM

Remembar the 80s when they had those v-shaped TV antennas on stretch limosines and conversion vans? Good times, good times. But seriously, in my area there are tons of Escalades and other luxury SUVs with a flat satellite reciever attatched to the crossbars on the roof. It's also for television, and from what I can tell, Internet as well. Guess how long it's been on the market? More than a year. It, too, is expensive as hell. But when AT&T says 'inexpensive', they ain't lying. These guys go for something north of $3500 plus installation and monthly service.
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May 30, 2011 8:09:41 PM

bakwas
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