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Friday, March 21, 2008


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Deborah Moore

This 24 hour limit on watching Pay Per View movies is just ludicrous. My husband and I rarely can find time to sit down for 2 hours together and watch an entire movie. We usually watch movies in parts. (Plus, TV has trained us to watch shows in 30 minute time blocks.) Also, the movies I like to buy from PPV are usually from independent films or foreign films and are usually not available during prime viewing hours on Direct TV.

My husband and I are not video pirates. We are just a couple of senior citizens who go to bed early and need extra time to watch movies that we pay for. This time limit is just mean and takes away one of the few things that I enjoy. Way to go Direct TV - you guys get two thumbs down.

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