5 Reasons My Life Could Get Better Without Cable

While I’m still job hunting, I’m trying to reduce my expenses, which includes getting rid of my precious cable TV. Being a child that grew up without cable, but has now lived for 9 months of it, this is both easy and hard. As I prepare to cancel it this week, I thought to write up this list to help me fight against cold feet.

  1. I could actually leave my apartment.
  2. I wouldn’t feel guilty for not watching 39 episodes of DVR’d Pawn Stars – all reruns.
  3. I could actually afford a $5 Footlong from Subway.
  4. I would stop stop dreaming about Aleksandr Skarsgard watching me longingly as I slept.
  5. I could finally come to grips with a stark realization that I first had when I got cable: after its second season, Scrubs became god-awful.
  6. Advertisements

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2 responses to “5 Reasons My Life Could Get Better Without Cable

  1. Alan

    I’m going to argue that Scrubs was good until the last two Episodes of Season 3. My argument isn’t going to be very good, though, cause I don’t have cable.

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