Watching the final two minutes of a Dr. Phil syndicate program on Channel 5 here, getting ready for whatever comes on at 20.00. Dr. Phil said that the message boards keep going on long after the show is over.
Never thought about there being a Dr. Phil message board, but, why not?
What are some of the message boards you have posted on which are the farthest thing from track & field (and/or sports in general) which one can go?
From Saturday:s Göteborgs-Posten listings, this is what I know is on my basic cable tv here (not regular tv - which consists of SVT1, SVT2 and TV4 - but not extended cable, either):
Just Shoot Me
Will & Grace
Dharma & Greg
That 70:s Show
Late Night With David Letterman
Law & Order Special Victims Unit
Law & Order Criminal Intent
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
There must be much more... I am too cheap (and have no time) to watch much tv... two, three programs a week.
Those with Canal+ Sport get live NHL, NBA, MLB games from USA.
god good man how can you survive without 300 channels. i have direct tv satelite and with 300 channels there still is often nothin worth watching. maybe i f i had a 1,000 channel? be carefull what you wish for!
marknhj wrote:None, apart from IAAF and letsrun. Gave up on IAAF about 6 months ago because it's pretty pathetic and probably average one every 2-4 months on letsrun when I feel the urge to be rude to someone
The IAAF is pretty good when there is a big event like the worlds or Olympics.
I am also a member of the BBC forum, Paula Radcliffe and kelly Holmes's messageboards as well as athletics weekly.
gh wrote:Too bad hitchhiking has become such a lost art. I used to like both hitching rides and picking people up (carefully).
Yes, it is too bad. In the early to mid 70's I hitchhiked all the time all over the country. It was a great experience and also a fast way to get around. I even hitchhiked from Eugene to Pullman, and back, once in '76.
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