an adventure in having no cable and ice covered roads


Emily and I used to have free cable from where Comcast forgot to disconnect it…a few months ago, they realized this and disconnected it.  Over the air cable is an adventure in itself.

We have at least 8 “Jesus channels,” several Spanish channels, Smile TV, and a few of the local networks.  Tonight, while snowed in from Nashville’s 2010 Snowpocalypse, we exhausted all options of cooking, chick flicks, cake, friends, facebook, texts from last night, homework, texting, magazines, contemplating midnight snowball fights and landed on the Smile network only to find the creepiest kid’s show: Swamp Critters.

The voice of one of the critters is, no lie, the voice of the creepy old man off of Family Guy.  The crab sounds like a redneck who smokes 10 packs a day, and other creatures sit around talking about getting vaccinated for Rabies.

The past 24 hours of snowpocalypse have been some of the funniest, most random, boring in an enlightening, relaxing fashion ever.  Getting stuck on ice and getting a random person to help me repark my car. Discovering a random band practicing in our basement by hearing strange music coming from our airvents. Chili. Youtube. Smile TV. Facebook & Textsfromlastnight. Dominoes and redbox on charlotte pike. Awesome.

For a video of the creepy critters:

The creepy show website:

http://www.bobbygoldsboro.com/custpage.cfm/frm/22846/sec_id/22846/

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One comment on “an adventure in having no cable and ice covered roads

  1. Bee says:

    Creepy Critters! I would stick to YouTube, textsfromlstnight, pleasedontforward, peopleofwalmart, etc!

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