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Re: DD Comedy Channel/Shoot each other some love...
« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2013, 08:09:56 AM »
Why don't we just shoot one another some love?

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« Reply #16 on: February 22, 2014, 03:28:25 AM »
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Found this on TAE (http://www.theautomaticearth.com/debt-rattle-feb-20-2014-the-opulent-blessing-project/) the other day. Thought you'd enjoy it...

'They have very good names!' Lol  ;D

EDIT: If anyone can tell me why the embed code isn't working...
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Re: DD Comedy Channel
« Reply #17 on: February 22, 2014, 03:54:01 AM »
Fixed it for you.  You need to drop http: into the code before the vid URL.  Also your size was too big.  1056x594 is biggest you want to put on the Diner pages.  Bigger than that causes scrolling issues.

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Re: DD Comedy Channel - The Energy Crisis - Juice News
« Reply #18 on: June 27, 2014, 05:34:34 PM »
Featuring Copernicus:

http://thejuicemedia.com/season-2/

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Re: DD Comedy Channel
« Reply #19 on: July 18, 2014, 04:26:19 AM »
Your morning cartoon.

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Re: DD Comedy Channel
« Reply #20 on: October 22, 2014, 05:12:31 PM »
A Great Southerner who died way too young.

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Hilarious Propaganda piece from Russia Today.  :icon_mrgreen:

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DD Comedy Channel - Sirius XM Anyone?
« Reply #23 on: February 19, 2016, 03:48:54 PM »
As frequent Diners might know, I recently purchased a new car.  Part of the package was a free three month subscription to Sirius XM radio.  Iíve had a lot of fun with this commercial free entertainment, but I think I recently found my favorite station Ė Comedy Greats.  Iíve only listened to it for a day and a half, but I love it.  My task now is to check out the other channels:


Any recommendations?   ???
 
 
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Re: DD Comedy Channel - Sirius XM Anyone?
« Reply #24 on: February 19, 2016, 05:43:59 PM »
As frequent Diners might know, I recently purchased a new car.  Part of the package was a free three month subscription to Sirius XM radio.  Iíve had a lot of fun with this commercial free entertainment, but I think I recently found my favorite station Ė Comedy Greats.  Iíve only listened to it for a day and a half, but I love it.  My task now is to check out the other channels:


Any recommendations?   ???

I had Sirius XM for a few years, but I finally got tired of it. They had a channel called Book Radio that was all audio books that I listened to all the time.  One day I clicked on it and it had just been dropped and replaced by some channel that they eventually named Rural Radio, but was mostly aimed at the horse crowd. Kinda pissed me off.

I listened to Raw Dog and Laugh USA the most of the comedy channels. I don't think they had Carlin back then. Raw Dog wasn't always that raw, but anything that might have had profanity at all was there, so most of the current stand-up artists could be found there. Comedy Central was current stand-up, also uncensored.

Laugh USA often offered the various comics who sanitize their language for audiences who might be offended by F-Bombs or sexual innuendos.

Canada Laughs had the current Canadian stand-up pros, many of who were very good of course. Not so filtered the way Laugh USA was.

Never much liked Foxxhole. I don't think my Sirius package had the other two channels you listed.

I liked some of the dedicated music channels. The Jazz channel and the light acoustic stuff on Coffee House. I was less impressed by the channels that were dedicated to one band or one genre. I really don't need a music channel with nothing but Death Metal. I can't handle a straight diet of anything, not even the Grateful Dead or Elvis. LOL.
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Re: DD Comedy Channel - Sirius XM Anyone?
« Reply #25 on: February 20, 2016, 08:21:20 AM »
As frequent Diners might know, I recently purchased a new car.  Part of the package was a free three month subscription to Sirius XM radio.  Iíve had a lot of fun with this commercial free entertainment, but I think I recently found my favorite station Ė Comedy Greats.  Iíve only listened to it for a day and a half, but I love it.  My task now is to check out the other channels:


Any recommendations?   ???

I had Sirius XM for a few years, but I finally got tired of it. They had a channel called Book Radio that was all audio books that I listened to all the time.  One day I clicked on it and it had just been dropped and replaced by some channel that they eventually named Rural Radio, but was mostly aimed at the horse crowd. Kinda pissed me off.

I listened to Raw Dog and Laugh USA the most of the comedy channels. I don't think they had Carlin back then. Raw Dog wasn't always that raw, but anything that might have had profanity at all was there, so most of the current stand-up artists could be found there. Comedy Central was current stand-up, also uncensored.

Laugh USA often offered the various comics who sanitize their language for audiences who might be offended by F-Bombs or sexual innuendos.

Canada Laughs had the current Canadian stand-up pros, many of who were very good of course. Not so filtered the way Laugh USA was.

Never much liked Foxxhole. I don't think my Sirius package had the other two channels you listed.

I liked some of the dedicated music channels. The Jazz channel and the light acoustic stuff on Coffee House. I was less impressed by the channels that were dedicated to one band or one genre. I really don't need a music channel with nothing but Death Metal. I can't handle a straight diet of anything, not even the Grateful Dead or Elvis. LOL.

Thanks for the input Eddie - much appreciated.
 
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Re: DD Comedy Channel - Sirius XM Anyone?
« Reply #26 on: February 20, 2016, 08:29:18 AM »
As frequent Diners might know, I recently purchased a new car.  Part of the package was a free three month subscription to Sirius XM radio.  Iíve had a lot of fun with this commercial free entertainment, but I think I recently found my favorite station Ė Comedy Greats.  Iíve only listened to it for a day and a half, but I love it.  My task now is to check out the other channels:


Any recommendations?   ???

I had Sirius XM for a few years, but I finally got tired of it. They had a channel called Book Radio that was all audio books that I listened to all the time.  One day I clicked on it and it had just been dropped and replaced by some channel that they eventually named Rural Radio, but was mostly aimed at the horse crowd. Kinda pissed me off.

I listened to Raw Dog and Laugh USA the most of the comedy channels. I don't think they had Carlin back then. Raw Dog wasn't always that raw, but anything that might have had profanity at all was there, so most of the current stand-up artists could be found there. Comedy Central was current stand-up, also uncensored.

Laugh USA often offered the various comics who sanitize their language for audiences who might be offended by F-Bombs or sexual innuendos.

Canada Laughs had the current Canadian stand-up pros, many of who were very good of course. Not so filtered the way Laugh USA was.

Never much liked Foxxhole. I don't think my Sirius package had the other two channels you listed.

I liked some of the dedicated music channels. The Jazz channel and the light acoustic stuff on Coffee House. I was less impressed by the channels that were dedicated to one band or one genre. I really don't need a music channel with nothing but Death Metal. I can't handle a straight diet of anything, not even the Grateful Dead or Elvis. LOL.

Thanks for the input Eddie - much appreciated.

My experience much the same as Eddie's. Listened mostly to Raw Dog in the car. Don't recall a Carlin channel. This was a few years ago.
Eventually got tired of paying to listen to a subscription channel which is then peppered with ads. I understand the business model, as I make my living in it; but I thought I was paying for a premium channel, where they think they are selling me basic cable.
I understand what they are doing, but determined they could do it without me.
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Re: DD Comedy Channel - Sirius XM Anyone?
« Reply #27 on: February 20, 2016, 02:29:02 PM »
As frequent Diners might know, I recently purchased a new car.  Part of the package was a free three month subscription to Sirius XM radio.  Iíve had a lot of fun with this commercial free entertainment, but I think I recently found my favorite station Ė Comedy Greats.  Iíve only listened to it for a day and a half, but I love it.  My task now is to check out the other channels:


Any recommendations?   ???

I had Sirius XM for a few years, but I finally got tired of it. They had a channel called Book Radio that was all audio books that I listened to all the time.  One day I clicked on it and it had just been dropped and replaced by some channel that they eventually named Rural Radio, but was mostly aimed at the horse crowd. Kinda pissed me off.

I listened to Raw Dog and Laugh USA the most of the comedy channels. I don't think they had Carlin back then. Raw Dog wasn't always that raw, but anything that might have had profanity at all was there, so most of the current stand-up artists could be found there. Comedy Central was current stand-up, also uncensored.

Laugh USA often offered the various comics who sanitize their language for audiences who might be offended by F-Bombs or sexual innuendos.

Canada Laughs had the current Canadian stand-up pros, many of who were very good of course. Not so filtered the way Laugh USA was.

Never much liked Foxxhole. I don't think my Sirius package had the other two channels you listed.

I liked some of the dedicated music channels. The Jazz channel and the light acoustic stuff on Coffee House. I was less impressed by the channels that were dedicated to one band or one genre. I really don't need a music channel with nothing but Death Metal. I can't handle a straight diet of anything, not even the Grateful Dead or Elvis. LOL.

Thanks for the input Eddie - much appreciated.

My experience much the same as Eddie's. Listened mostly to Raw Dog in the car. Don't recall a Carlin channel. This was a few years ago.
Eventually got tired of paying to listen to a subscription channel which is then peppered with ads. I understand the business model, as I make my living in it; but I thought I was paying for a premium channel, where they think they are selling me basic cable.
I understand what they are doing, but determined they could do it without me.

Thanks Eddie and Surly for the great input.  It sounds like both of you opted not to continue your subscription with Sirius XM - Tsk Tsk, you're not being very good consumers now are you?   :icon_mrgreen:  The guy that sold us the car told us we could get the complimentary three month package the car came with (priced at $15/mo.) for about $3.  If this is true and I can jew 'em down to $3, I think I'll be a "good consumer".   :laugh:
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« Reply #28 on: March 17, 2017, 05:49:49 PM »
First time I've seen Lee Camp.  Good ranting!  :icon_mrgreen:

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« Reply #29 on: March 17, 2017, 06:03:35 PM »
First time I've seen Lee Camp.  Good ranting!  :icon_mrgreen:

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Yeah..., but....  He says trump speaks "at a fourth grade level."   As one who used to teach third graders, I'm afraid I'll have to disagree.  My third graders were more articulate on average.  They were also much more empathetic, compassionate and loving than trump.  All in all, they were far more developed human beings.
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