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Wednesday, May 18, 2005

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Lemm

feds keep increasing the price of posagte,so netflix wants to shift to streaming only,and it reduces storage cost,also reduces employee numbers,saving the company money,and keeping our subscription price low. All you´╗┐ cheap people complaining will never find a television service better than netflix. Many of their dvd only movies are now on streaming. If your movie is not on streaming just go to publix and rent the redbox 1 buck dvd.

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