OK, so we've been down this road before with Comcast, whose monthly bill is slowly approaching the size of our mortgage payment.
So we're watching TV the other night and decide to rent a movie through OnDemand.
The little person who lives in our house wants to watch "The Muppets." We browse through the menu and come across two choices: $4.99 for the movie or $5.99 if you want to watch the movie in high-definition.
Um, we're already paying Comcast for an HD-enabled cable box. Why is Comcast charging us an extra dollar to watch a movie, through the Comcast service, in HD? Isn't this why we invested in the HD box?
I'm surprised a Comcast truck didn't pull up outside to sell us popcorn.