I'm a recent (in the last 3 months) Netflix subscriber, and I have to say, so far I've watched FAR more streaming movies on my desktop computer than DVDs from the mail.
That being said, there's still a good number of movies I want to see that aren't even available for streaming......those, of course, go in my DVD queue.
I'd have to say I have been using the streaming portion much more than I anticipated when I started my subscription. However, even if a streaming-only service were launched, I'd keep my current combination subscription as there are too many movies I'd like to watch that aren't available via streaming.
I can see it now........the National Guard, technically being the first Armed Service dating back to revolutionary Minutemen, will now trademark the act of chanting during the morning PT run. They'll sue the quack out of the Navy, Coast Guard, Army, and Marines.
The Air Force is safe, since they don't do squat. Except for the Paratroopers.
Then this Ride the Ducks group will swoop in and sue the Department of Defense as a whole due to the inclusion of the "Duck Walk" in the entrance physical.
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