Wednesday, August 11, 2004

Not that Red Envelope

In case you're wondering, I adopted the tagline for this blog, "Red Envelope Madness", even after I realized there was another Red Envelope out there. However, I intend to retain that tagline, since it is true. Netflix DVDs come in a big, beautiful, red envelope, like this one. No trademark infringement intended. I'm not making a cent, not one unit of legal tender, off this endeavor. But this blog is worth 8 Billion in fantasy-dollars on Blogshares! Ha!

6 comments:

  1. There is a new company out there that is better than NetFlix....its called Blockbuster. Where you can rent 3 movies at one time and its only 19.99 (thats cheaper than Netflix).

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  2. Feel free to use Blockbuster. It's worth the extra $2 I pay Netflix each month to not have to drive to the store. Besides, I doubt Blockbuster would have the titles I'm looking for. I wanted to see Before Sunrise , so I could see its sequel Before Sunset , which is in theatres now, I checked with Blockbuster, and they didn't even stock it. Hollywood Video had it on VHS, not on DVD.

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  3. Is there no one out there who knows that "a lot" is TWO WORDS? (How stupid can people get? "alot" answers the question).

    NetFlix is a bad thing. It's just a rip-off. It is bad. Very bad.

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  4. Teresa HEINZ Kerry.

    How many drugs does she take?

    She married HEINZ because she was a gold digger. KERRY married her because HE is a gold digger.

    How sick are these spaced-out freaks?

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  5. I agree, Netflix rocks. We're watching X-Files via Netflix. The only problem is that sometimes you get discs with enough wear on them that they freeze up.

    WeGoToJeff

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  6. Surely you know that Blockbuster doesn't just mean brick & mortar stores any more. Blockbuster Online does have more titles that Netflix and it is $2 cheaper, but their website is a mess and they have a lot fewer distribution centers than Netflix.

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