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The Ayatollah doesn’t have as much influence as he thought he did. 

In a hearty “fuck you” to the hajiis  at Al-Obambi, a number of television stations are going ahead with plans to end all broadcast analog signals on February 17, as the original schedule called for, defying Al-Obambi’s wishes (and the Imperial Socialist Congress’ directive) in the matter.

More than a quarter of major U.S. TV stations intend to shut down their analog broadcasts on Feb. 17, sticking to the original date despite the wish of the Obama administration that they wait until June.


San Diego will be the largest city to lose analog broadcasts of three networks: CBS, ABC and Fox.

Smaller cities losing most or all of their major analog network broadcasts include Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla.; Charleston and Greenville, S.C.; Dayton, Ohio; Springfield, Ill.; Burlington, Vt.; Bakersfield, Calif.; Binghamton, N.Y.; Casper, Wyo.; Lincoln, Neb.; Lubbock, Texas; Mobile, Ala.; and Sioux Falls, S.D.

Good on ya, guys.  Jugears McHopeychangey ain’t the boss of you, and it’s good that you’re telling him what he can go do with himself.



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