On Another Note

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I think Dish TV hates me. It’s been raining A LOT here in Rochester NY. I understand that the satellite will quite when there’s a giant amount of snow…but why does is die when there are just a few rain drops? Dish died on Sunday night, so we lost The Killing and Mad Men. Then…it died on Monday…lost again. We have another chance to get Mad Men tonight, and then we have to wait until Sunday AM for The Killing. Neither of them are on Dish’s on demand either!! I love the price of our Dish TV bill….BUT I think they hate me. 😦

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About Antonia Blakeney

I live in Rochester NY with my husband, two kids, two cats and a soon to be here dog. I am a stay at home Mom. My daughter Abby will be 3 in a few days and my son Alexander is 6. I have been living in Rochester NY since 2002. Prior to that, I went to SUNY Binghamton...that's where I met my husband! Prior to that, I lived and grew up in NYC. I started in Kindergarten at the Dalton School and then in 7th grade switched to the Nightingale Bamford School. I graduated from NBS in 1998. That is the BRIEF about me story...stay tuned for what I can imagine will be about five million versions of the about me story.
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2 Responses to On Another Note

  1. I’ve been thinking of switching to Dish or DirectTV……Pros and Cons???

  2. We could not get Direct TV. Apparently, no clear signal. You may be ok, being on the other side of the street. Overall, we are VERY happy with Dish. The price cannot be beat. Its just a finicky little beast.

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