Listen: Chatman, HBO, Cosmopolitan Magazine discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Year. Oh boy. I got to get better at that. He got those stats cosmopolitan magazine's next year. Toilet. I never even open them study from court cutting dot com found that all this sharing means net. Flicks is losing out on more than two billion dollars in revenue a year. Our they go on to say, it's really doubt Bill doubtful that Netflix is going to start policing password sharing because the company's CEO believes password sharing is the first step for the company to win over another user. I have never done this. And I like to pretend that they know that I'm better than other people because I've never stolen any net flicks or downloaded in legal music, or in that sort of thing, I'm sure, but I'm trying to make up for the two years of free cable. I had once when the cable guy showed up at my house and said he'd hook up everything. And if I give him fifty bucks hook up everything, and then tell them that I wasn't home, and I would just have it for free. Yeah. Boy that was back in the day when you could do that. So I gave him fifty dollars gift of everything you're HBO's are showtimes, and everything. And then he went out to his vani said, I'm gonna call your phone. Don't answer it. Right. So he called the phone. So it showed up back on their law. Log that he tried to call and I wasn't home. So they just wrote me off as a non cost chatman was a criminal and you allowed him to draw you into his web of deceit. He also offered me some whiskey eight o'clock in the morning did he had a bottle of whiskey and Carney is gonna need you to let me know next time you encounter my spirit animal. Wow. Did."