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Nick said:
'The Bodyguard' is free from Amazon Prime.
I don't believe everyone here has necessarily paid $79 for Amazon Prime. Usually your comments make a lot of sense but this one didn't. :eek2:
 

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TBlazer07 said:
I don't believe everyone here has necessarily paid $79 for Amazon Prime. Usually your comments make a lot of sense but this one didn't. :eek2:
That you presume to speak for "everyone here" seems rather arrogant on your part!

My small contribution was intended to be helpful for those here who may looking for a 'free' presentation of 'The Bodyguard' and who also may have Amazon Prime (AP), which, contrary to your assumption, many here do according to postings I've read.

As to the $79 annual cost of AP, I, personally, subscribe to both AP and Netflix, and although I prefer NF, amortized on a monthly basis, AP is slightly cheaper plus all that free shipping.

Sorry, TBlazer07, but in review it seems it is your comments which don't make a lot of sense.
 

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Nick said:
That you presume to speak for "everyone here" seems rather arrogant on your part!
When he states that "not everyone has Prime", he only needs to be speaking for ONE person to make the statement factual (in other words, he doesn't need to be speaking for "everyone", just himself).

English is hard.

PS. It's also free in my theater, because I have a copy of it in there. I don't, however, think everyone has access to that either.
 

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Hello westview,

While I didn't have the problem with the bodyguard on lifetime being a pay for view I had the problem with another movie on showtime channel 548. I called DTV customer service and by the time I got to talk to a representative the pay per view was taken down and the movie was again no extra charge. I would say that the system is developing or is currently having problems. The new packages and price changes being implemented or even human error as one or more persons are accidentally marking the program(s) with a charge when they should have none. All I can say is that sh*t happens.
 

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spartanstew said:
When he states that "not everyone has Prime", he only needs to be speaking for ONE person to make the statement factual (in other words, he doesn't need to be speaking for "everyone", just himself).

English is hard.
^^^ What he said! :lol:
 

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Nick said:
That you presume to speak for "everyone here" seems rather arrogant on your part!

My small contribution was intended to be helpful for those here who may looking for a 'free' presentation of 'The Bodyguard' and who also may have Amazon Prime (AP), which, contrary to your assumption, many here do according to postings I've read.

As to the $79 annual cost of AP, I, personally, subscribe to both AP and Netflix, and although I prefer NF, amortized on a monthly basis, AP is slightly cheaper plus all that free shipping.

Sorry, TBlazer07, but in review it seems it is your comments which don't make a lot of sense.
Like I said "NOT EVERYONE HAS PRIME." :lol:
 
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