First, less content at twice the price. Now a clunky 'Qwikster.' Institutional stupidity writ large. Published September 19 2011
Predictable plots, capricious time-slots, creeping PC 'tides kill off former audience faces. Published September 5 2011
I was born and educated in Southwest Virginia, traveled with my job all over America in my twenties and early thirties then came back to the mountains to raise my daughter.
I’ve been employed as everything from a quality ...
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