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Okay, this was not listed...how about our TV companies, dish, direct, cable? I pay $106.99 a month for TV guess what I get....infomercials (a lot of them) then the channels that are not running infomercials are running maybe 4-5 shows, over and over again all day long. It is interesting that in the middle of the night I can watch all the cartoons I want (no infomercials there) but don't try to watch the history channel. I feel better now that I got that off my chest:)
I didn't see anything about the Airlines... (?). All the new handling fees and hidden charges. Thought that would make the top 10.
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