I think that the only thing that really makes a difference with adult cable ratings is the language. The main difference between adult cable and traditional cable is the language used. Adult cable is a bit more formal than traditional cable. The differences are subtle, but it helps to have a little vocabulary.
While some cable companies have their own language, others use the standard English we know. Adult cable sometimes uses a certain sort of language that’s not quite popular, but other cable companies use a different language.
I’m sorry, but I think this has to be one of the most insulting things I’ve read all year. I mean, come on, some of the things that you’ve just described sounds like adult programming. I mean, it’s a pretty big difference, and they are both basically programming for children. Some of the things that you described sounds like adult programming to me. And you know what? I don’t even watch the news, so I can’t speak to any of that.
For me, it is the difference between programming for children and actual programming. I mean, for example, I dont watch the news because I dont think it is a great channel for children, because its not a really good channel for children. Ive also been a victim of the “adult” label myself. Thats why I dont watch cable news.
There’s a difference between being a victim of the adult label and being a victim of something else. For example, someone who has a violent past who doesn’t want to be reminded of it is a victim of the adult label.
I mean, if you watch the news and just watch the whole thing, maybe you have something to hide. But not if you just watch the whole thing.
While the adult channel is indeed a victim of the adult label, it’s not a victim of something. I think you are either a victim or victimizer. The difference is that victims don’t get to act out their victimhood. They are already in the victimizer’s way. The victimizer has to get rid of the victim.
Yeah, i agree. I don’t know if this has been covered elsewhere, but I just don’t think it’s healthy to have people be so judgemental. I think a lot of this is the age old “it’s the fault of the victim” argument. If you watch something bad, don’t watch it again. Don’t bring it up again. It’s not your problem. It’s just a mistake.
There’s nothing wrong with getting annoyed by someone’s behavior. That’s why we have blogs. People can go and complain about someone in person or on the internet and they’ll get all sorts of opinions from people who have no idea what they’re talking about. But a lot of the time, people end up not understanding the issue and blaming the victim.
This is particularly true when it comes to cable TV. In the past, I used to watch cable, but I found it to be a depressing experience. Just one more reason why you should never get cable.