Reasons Why I'm Thankful

Gibbons, Kent
November 2007
Multichannel News;11/26/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 47, p36
The author offers a list of things that are needed to be appreciated. He says he is thankful because the fifth and final season of HBO's "The Wire" is all well-written and not affected by the strike initiated by his co-writers. He also expresses his gratefulness because New York has finally become one of the states that ban exclusive cable-television provider contracts in apartment buildings. Moreover, he shares he is also thankful that the staff has gotten an HDTV set already.


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