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#1 OFFLINE   pez2002


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Posted 04 November 2003 - 10:59 PM

this would be a new channel with movies from the 80s-90s
i think it could work if you dont show the same stuff all the time people who grew up in the 80s-90s have no place to turn for something like this FLix stinks I think time warner could do a better job

xm sub as of/12/31/05

howard stern on xm channels 100-101 :)

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#2 OFFLINE   rtt2



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Posted 04 November 2003 - 11:03 PM

I was thinking the same thing a few weeks ago. They should program it like AMC except commercial free. The type of movies AMC is showing has really improved but I don't watch it because it has so many commercials. AMC should change its slogan to "For people who love commercials"

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