Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Fla. primary's big prize likely to go to Romney

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Mitt Romney oozed confidence and a defiantNewt Gingrich seemed to acknowledge his momentum had been checked, at least for now, as Florida Republicans voted Tuesday to decide who gets the state's 50 delegates, the biggest prize yet in the Republican presidential nomination contest.
Romney is heavily favored in the winner-take-all primary, the final and possibly pivotal contest in a month of high-stakes elections in which the former Massachusetts governor has claimed one win and two second-place finishes so far. On Monday, he campaigned so optimistically that he even broke into song.
Without predicting a winner or endorsing a candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., told CNN: "The winner of Florida is in all likelihood going to be the nominee of our party."
In Palm Beach, Julian Stoopler, a 68-year-old investment adviser, said he's always liked Gingrich but ultimately decided to give his vote to former business leader Romney. "The condition of the country has deteriorated so badly that we need a CEO to turn it around," Stoopler said.
In Miami's Little Havana, car salesman Osvaldo Mitat, 69, favored Gingrich. He's impressed by the former House speaker's "commitment to the Cuban community," Mitat said, and Gingrich's past personal life doesn't bother him — Mitat has been divorced four times himself.
"Romney also has a past," he said. "Everyone has a past."
For a time, Gingrich reset the GOP race with an overwhelming victory in South Carolina. But in the 10 days since, the contest has turned increasingly hostile and polls have swung in Romney's direction.
"With a turnout like this, I'm beginning to feel we might win tomorrow," an upbeat Romney told a crowd of several hundred at a stop in Dunedin on Monday.
Gingrich acknowledged his momentum had slowed but promised not to back down.
"He can bury me for a very short amount of time with four or five or six times as much money," Gingrich said in a television interview. "In the long run, the Republican Party is not going to nominate ... a liberal Republican."
Romney's campaign canceled a Tuesday morning rally, but scheduled a night celebration at the Tampa Convention Center. Gingrich will make a series of public appearances — including visits to two polling stations and a stop at the Polk County headquarters — before gathering with supporters for a primary night party in Orlando. The last polls close at 8 p.m.
At his final event on primary eve, at The Villages in central Florida, Romney broke into song, leading the crowd in a reverent rendition of "America the Beautiful," instead of just reciting the lyrics as he typically does.
The path to the Republican nomination — and the right to face President Barack Obama this fall — shifts to a series of lower-profile contests in February.
The other two candidates in the race will not be in Florida on Tuesday. Both Rick Santorum and Ron Paul have ceded Florida's primary to Romney and Gingrich in favor of smaller, less expensive contests. They will spend the day campaigning across Colorado and Nevada.
Romney and his allies have poured more than $14 million into Florida television advertising primarily to attack Gingrich, who has struggled to compete with Romney's fundraising ability, staffing and network of high-profile supporters. Gingrich and his allies spent roughly $3 million on Florida advertising.
"We are pitting people power versus money power," Gingrich said Monday as he tried to rally his shrinking base of support.
GOP officials in Florida were anticipating a big turnout, more than 2 million voters, up from a record 1.9 million in the Republican primary in 2008. More than 605,000 Floridians had already voted as of Monday, either by visiting early voting stations or by mailing in absentee ballots, ahead of the total combined early vote in the GOP primary four years ago.

Monday, 30 January 2012

Elephant Man in custody

Elephant Man 2000
POPULAR deejay Elephant Man has been taken into police custody and is being questioned  by detectives from the Centre for Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA). Officials from CISOCA said the entertainer, whose real name is Oniel Bryan, was being questioned in relation to a number of sexually-based allegations.

Elephant Man was arrested in June last year at his home on Hillcrest Avenue in St Andrew and charged with stealing electricity.

Georgia's Anna Watson Is College Football's Strongest Female Cheerleader

It's one thing for professional athletes to have to make an ethical decision about using steroids, but college cheerleaders?
Anna Watson has to be America's strongest female cheerleader; the University of Georgia student loves spending time in the weight room, and it certainly shows. But she has more important things in her life: Watson passed up a big money fitness modeling contract because she refused to use a legal steroid.
"It’s an elite position to be a cheerleader at UGA," Watson told Red and Black, her school's award-winning student newspaper. "They have hundreds of girls try out, and to be selected out of all of those people to be on the team, it’s kind of a big deal. So those girls were very humble and gracious and patient to help me just learn the basic stuff."
Watson has been cheering since age 5. She can bench press 155 pounds, squat 255 pounds and dead lift 230 pounds. According to the school newspaper, she added an impressive four inches of muscles on her arms in just 10 months.
A deeply religious junior exercise and sports science major, Watson was on the brink of a $75,000 fitness-modeling contract that could have set her up for a lifetime career in modeling -- but she turned it down.
A modeling agent wanted her to use Anavar, a legal anabolic steroid to help her gain up to 50 pounds of muscle. Worried about the effects on her body when she decides to have kids, Watson passed.
"I don't serve a modeling agent. I serve the Lord," Watson said. "I'm not going to compromise my morals and my beliefs just to take pictures. I believe that my body is a temple and a beautiful creation, so I don't want to put anything into it that can harm it."
Despite being somewhat of a cult hero for her large muscles, Watson says that's not really who she is.
"I know that my identity is not in working out," Watson said. "It’s not who I am. It’s not what I want people to see me as. Yes, on the outside, I’m a very fit individual, but when you get to know me, my life is not all about exercise and working out."
After cheering at three home Georgia football games, Watson is on the disabled list right now after rupturing her Achilles tendon.
Facts On Georgia's Ridiculously Strong Cheerleader, Anna Watson:
• Has over 30 pairs of jeans, only two fit.
• Competed as a gymnast for 10 years.
• Became a cheerleader her sophomore year of high school.
• Doesn't wear headphones in the gym; she likes to socialize in the weight room.
• Credits her Christian faith with helping her find balance in life.

Sunday, 29 January 2012

Marijuana Bud

"Despite the ongoing political debate regarding the legality of medical marijuana, clinical investigations of the therapeutic use of cannabinoids are now more prevalent than at any time in history. 

Around the globe, similarly controlled trials are also taking place. A 2010 review by researchers in Germany reports that since 2005 there have been 37 controlled studies assessing the safety and efficacy of marijuana and its naturally occurring compounds in a total of 2,563 subjects. By contrast, most FDA-approved drugs go through far fewer trials involving far fewer subjects.

While much of the renewed interest in cannabinoid therapeutics is a result of the discovery of the endocannabinoid regulatory system (which we describe in detail later in this booklet), some of this increased attention is also due to the growing body of testimonials from medical cannabis patients and their physicians. Nevertheless, despite this influx of anecdotal reports, much of the modern investigation of medical cannabis remains limited to preclinical (animal) studies of individual cannabinoids (e.g. THC or cannabidiol) and/or synthetic cannabinoid agonists (e.g., dronabinol or WIN 55,212-2) rather than clinical trial investigations involving whole plant material. Because of the US government's strong public policy stance against any use of cannabis, the bulk of this modern cannabinoid research is predictably taking place outside the United States.

As clinical research into the therapeutic value of cannabinoids has proliferated – there are now an estimated 20,000 published papers in the scientific literature analyzing marijuana and its constituents — so too has investigators' understanding of cannabis' remarkable capability to combat disease. Whereas researchers in the 1970s, 80s, and 90s primarily assessed cannabis' ability to temporarily alleviate various disease symptoms — such as the nausea associated with cancer chemotherapy — scientists today are exploring the potential role of cannabinoids to modify disease. 

Of particular interest, scientists are investigating cannabinoids' capacity to moderate autoimmune disorders such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and inflammatory bowel disease, as well as their role in the treatment of neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (a.k.a. Lou Gehrig's disease.) In fact, in 2009, the American Medical Association (AMA) resolved for the first time in the organization's history "that marijuana's status as a federal Schedule I controlled substance be reviewed with the goal of facilitating the conduct of clinical research and development of cannabinoid-based medicines."

Investigators are also studying the anti-cancer activities of cannabis, as a growing body of preclinical and clinical data concludes that cannabinoids can reduce the spread of specific cancer cells via apoptosis (programmed cell death) and by the inhibition of angiogenesis (the formation of new blood vessels). Arguably, these latter findings represent far broader and more significant applications for cannabinoid therapeutics than researchers could have imagined some thirty or even twenty years ago."

Medicinal oil made from cannabis buds, when ingested (see dosage instructions below) three to four times daily, for three months, will destroy leukemia and cancer cells.   This means ingesting about 1/5 teaspoon, or one ml, or one gram per day....So that over two months one has ingested 60 grams or 60 ml in total.  One must start with one half a rice-grain size portion of cannabis oil, thrice daily....and, over the next four weeks,  work up to the amount of about four rice-grains of cannabis oil, four times per day, for two months.  One must take one gram or one ml. per day for 60 days.

Please note:  Cannabis oil ingestion is being recommended for the destruction of cancer cells in the body....It is not being recommended for recreational use.  Also please note:  The results of healing come from the ingestion of the oil from the marijuana buds, not from smoking the buds.  The high heat from a burning marijuana cigarette actually destroy the 'medicinal qualities' contained within the cannabis buds.  The process of making the marijuana oil ensures that the heat never exceeds the 212 degrees of boiling water.

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Underworld moves to top

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kate Beckinsale is back with a vengeance, with her latest Underworld movie opening at No 1 this weekend.
Underworld Awakening" made an estimated US$25.4, distributor Sony Screen Gems reported Sunday.
Kate Beckinsale in a scene from the movie Underworld Awakening.

This is the fourth film in the vampire action saga. Beckinsale starred in the first two movies as the warrior Selene, then bowed out of part three but returned for this latest installment. "Underworld Awakening" was shown for the first time in 3-D as well as on IMAX screens, where it made US$3.8 million. That's 15 per cent of the film's weekend gross, which is a record for an IMAX digital-only run.
Sony had hoped the film would end up in the low-US$20 million range. But Rory Bruer, the studio's president of worldwide distribution, says the fact that it did even better — despite a snow storm that hit much of the Midwest and East Coast — primarily has to do with Beckinsale's return.
"She is such a force. Her character — you just can't take your eyes off of her. I know the character is very dear to her, as well, and she just kills it," Bruer said. "The 3-D aspect of the film also brings something, makes it a fun, visceral ride."
Opening in second place was Red Tails from executive producer George Lucas, about the Tuskegee Airmen who were the first black fighter pilots to serve in World War II. It made an estimated $19.1 million, according to 20th Century Fox, which was well above expectations; the studio had hoped to reach double digits, said Chris Aronson, executive vice president of domestic distribution.
"I believe what George Lucas has stated all along: This is an important story and a story that must be told. It is a true story of American heroism and valor and audiences have really responded to this message," Aronson said. "People want to feel good about themselves, they want to be uplifted. We have enough hard crud going on in this country right now. Times are tough, and if we look back and are told a story of some really fantastic deeds, that's really compelling moviegoing.

Tracy Morgan collapses

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — The publicist for comedian and 30 Rock cast member Tracy Morgan says the actor suffered from a combination of exhaustion and altitude when he collapsed at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
Publicist Lewis Kay says Morgan is grateful to the medical centre staff for their care Sunday in Park City, where the elevation is 7,000 feet.
MORGAN... suffered from exhaustion and altitude

Morgan was escorted from the Creative Coalition Spotlight Awards ceremony Sunday night at the festival.
Kay says Morgan is seeking medical attention and is with his fiancee. He says hospital officials report no drugs or alcohol were found in Morgan's system.
Morgan is attending Sundance in connection with the comedy film Predisposed, one of the 100 films at the festival, in which he plays a drug dealer named Sprinkles.

Friday, 20 January 2012

Former trailblazer Kodak files for bankruptcy

NEW YORK, USA (AP) — Kodak's moment has come and gone.
The glory days when Eastman Kodak Co ruled the world of film photography lasted for over a century. Then came a stunning reversal of fortune: cut throat competition from Japanese firms in the 1980s and a seismic shift to the digital technology it pioneered but couldn't capitalise on. Now comes a wistful worry that this icon of American business is edging toward extinction.
NEW YORK, USA — Kodak World Headquarters in Rochester, New York. Kodak, once the powerhouse in photography, filed for protection from its creditors under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. (Photo: AP)

Kodak filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection yesterday, raising the spectre that the 132-year-old trailblazer could become the most storied casualty of a digital age that has whipped up a maelstrom of economic, social and technological change.
Already a shadow of its former self, cash-poor Kodak will now reorganise in bankruptcy court as it seeks to boost its cash position and stay in business. The Rochester, New York-based company is pinning its hopes on peddling a trove of photo patents and morphing into a new-look powerhouse built around printers and ink. Even if it succeeds, it seems unlikely to ever again resemble what its red-on-yellow K logo long stood for — a signature brand synonymous in every corner of the planet with capturing, collecting and sharing images.
"Kodak played a role in pretty much everyone's life in the 20th century because it was the company we entrusted our most treasured possession to — our memories," said Robert Burley, a photography professor at Ryerson University in Toronto.
Its yellow boxes of film, point-and-shoot Brownie and Instamatic cameras, and those hand-sized prints that made it possible for countless millions to freeze-frame their world "were the products used to remember — and really define — what that entire century looked like", Burley said.
"One of the interesting parts of this bankruptcy story is everyone's saddened by it," he continued. "There's a kind of emotional connection to Kodak for many people. You could find that name inside every American household and, in the last five years, it's disappeared. At the very least, digital technology will transform Kodak from a very big company to a smaller one. I think we all hope it won't mean the end of Kodak because it still has a lot to offer."
Kodak has notched just one profitable year since 2004. At the end of a four-year digital makeover — during which it dynamited aged factories, chopped and changed businesses and eliminated tens of thousands more jobs it closed 2007 on a high note with net income of $676 million.
It soon ran smack into the recession — and its momentum slipped into reverse.
Years of investor alarm over whether Kodak might seek protection from its creditors crescendoed in September when it hired major restructuring law firm Jones Day as an adviser. Its stock, which topped $94 in 1997, skidded below $1 a share for the first time and, by January 6, hit an all-time closing low of 37 cents. Multiple board members recently resigned, and last week the company announced that it realigned and simplified its business structure in an effort to cut costs, create shareholder value and accelerate its long-drawn-out digital transformation.
The human toll reaches back to the 1980s when Tokyo-based Fuji, an emerging arch-rival, began to eat into Kodak's fat profits with novel offerings like single-use film cameras. Beset by excessive caution and strategic stumbles, Kodak was finally forced to cut costs. Its long slide had begun.
Mass layoffs came every few years, unravelling a cosy relationship of company and community that was perhaps unequalled in the annals of American business. Kodak has sliced its global payroll to 18,800 from a peak of 145,300 in 1988, and its hometown rolls to 7,100 from 60,400 in 1982.
Founded by Eastman in 1880, Kodak marketed the world's first flexible roll film in 1888 and turned photography into an overnight craze with a $1 Brownie camera in 1900. Innovation and mass production were about to put the world into cars and airplanes, the American Century was unfolding, and Kodak was ready to record it.
"It's one of the few companies that wiggled its way into the fabric of American life and the American family," said Bob Volpe, 69, a 32-year employee who retired in 1998. "As someone at Kodak once said, 'We put chemicals in one end so our customers can get memories out the other'."
Intent on keeping his work force happy — they never organised a union — Eastman helped pioneer profit-sharing and, in 1912, began dispensing a generous wage dividend. Going to work for Kodak — "taking the life sentence," as it was called — became a bountiful rite of passage for generations.
"Most of the people who worked at Kodak had a middle-class life without a college education," Volpe said. "Those jobs paid so well, they could buy a boat, two cars, a summer place, and send their kids to college."
Propelled by Eastman's marketing genius, the "Great Yellow Father" held a virtual monopoly of the US photographic industry by 1927. But long after Eastman was stricken with a degenerative spinal disorder and took his own life in 1932, Kodak retained its mighty perch with a succession of magical innovations.
Foremost was Kodachrome, a slide and motion-picture film extolled for 74 years until its demise in 2009 for its sharpness, archival durability and vibrant hues. In the 1960s, easy-load Instamatic 126 became one of the most popular cameras ever, practically replacing old box cameras. In 1975, engineer Steven Sasson created the first digital camera, a toaster-size prototype capturing black-and-white images at a resolution of 0.1 megapixels.
Through the 1990s, Kodak splurged $4 billion on developing the photo technology inside most cellphones and digital devices. But a reluctance to ease its heavy reliance on film allowed rivals like Canon Inc and Sony Corp to rush largely unhindered into the fast-emerging digital arena. The immensely lucrative analog business Kodak worried about undermining too soon was virtually erased in a decade by the filmless photography it invented.
"If you're not willing to cannibalise yourself, others will do it for you," said Mark Zupan, dean of the University of Rochester's business school. "Technology is changing ever more rapidly, the world's becoming more globalised, so to stay at the top of your game is getting increasingly harder."
In November, Kodak warned it could run out of cash in a year if it didn't sell 1,100 digital-imaging patents it's been shopping around since July. Analysts estimate they could fetch at least $2 billion.
In the meantime, Kodak has focused its future on new lines of inkjet printers that it says are on the verge of turning a profit. It expects printers, software and packaging to produce more than twice as much revenue by 2013 and account by then for 25 per cent of the company's total revenue, or nearly $2 billion ((euro) 1.54 billion).
CEO Antonio Perez said in a statement yesterday that the bankruptcy filing is "a necessary step and the right thing to do for the future of Kodak". The company has secured $950 million in financing from Citigroup Inc, and expects to be able to operate its business during bankruptcy reorganisation and pay employees.
On its website, Kodak assured customers that the nearly $1 billion in debtor-in-possession financing would be sufficient to pay vendors, suppliers and other business partners in full for goods and services going forward. The bankruptcy filing in the Southern District of New York does not involve Kodak's international operations.
"To be able to hop from stone to stone across the stream takes great agility and foresight and passion for excellence, and Kodak is capable of that. They have some killer stuff in inkjet printing. It's becoming a profitable product line, but what they need is the runway to allow it to take off," Zupan said. "As the saying goes, 'the best way to anticipate the future is to invent it'."
Kodak expects to complete its US-based restructuring during 2013.

Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Vybz Kartel's assets not seized, says police

CONTRARY to media reports, the assets of embattled deejay Vybz Kartel have not been seized.
According to Assistant Commissioner of Police Elan Powell, head of Criminal Investigation Bureau, he was unaware of this.

"I don't know anything about that and if that was the case, I would know," he told the Observer.
According to reports, Kartel — whose real name is Adidja Palmer -- had his highly prized valuables seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act. The reports also claim that the deejay's 2010 Mercedes Benz S-Class, a laptop and documentation regarding properties he owns were seized and are being stored at the Police Commissioner's Office in St Andrew.
Vybz Kartel was arrested in October and later slapped with two separate charges of murder. The entertainer, along with two other men -- Nigel Thompson and Lenburgh McDonald -- have been charged with the July murder of 27-year-old Barrington 'Bossie' Bryan, a promoter of a Gregory Park address in St Catherine.
In relation to that incident, the men were also charged with illegal possession of firearm and are to return to the Gun Court Division of the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on February 3.
Additionally, the entertainer and five others -- Andre St John, Kahira Jones, Portmore Empire artiste Shawn 'Shawn Storm' Campbell, designer Calvin Hay, and Shane Williams -- have also been charged with the August 16 murder of Clive 'Lizard' Williams, who was killed over the disappearance of two illegal guns.

Sunday, 15 January 2012

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Saturday, 14 January 2012

Buzz around Beyonce as fly named in diva's honour

AFP - IT might not be the most flattering accolade for the "bootylicious" American pop star, but new mother Beyonce now has a fly named after her.

Just days after the singer and actress gave birth to a baby girl, Australian scientists said Friday they had named a rare horse fly from far northern Queensland in her honour because of its impressive golden lower abdomen.
Researcher Bryan Lessard from CSIRO, the government's top scientific research institute, paid tribute to Beyonce's bottom in saying the spectacular colour of the insect's derriere made it the "all-time diva of flies".
"It was the unique dense golden hairs on the fly's abdomen that led me to name this fly in honour of the performer Beyonce as well as giving me the chance to demonstrate the fun side of taxonomy -- the naming of species," he said.
The Scaptia (Plinthina) beyonceae species was collected in 1981 in Queensland state, the same year the former Destiny's Child singer was born, but had never been named.
Although often considered a pest, many species of horse fly are important pollinators of plants, said Lessard.
Beyonce, 30, and her rapper partner Jay-Z celebrated the birth of their baby Blue Ivy on Saturday night in New York.

Friday, 13 January 2012

Restoration For Gong's Land Rover

Restoration For Gong's Land Rover

The image of Bob Marley at the entrance to 56 Hope Road, St Andrew, seems to be watching his favourite vehicle, a 1976 Land Rover, leave for the first time in 25 years.
The image of Bob Marley at the entrance to 56 Hope Road, St Andrew, seems to be watching his favourite vehicle, a 1976 Land Rover, leave for the first time in 25 years.
Two days ago, a 1976 Land Rover that was reputedly the late Bob Marley's favourite vehicle moved from the place it had been for a quarter century. It took one of the 'country runs' which Marley used to make, but not with anyone in the driver's seat.
The vehicle was moved to Montego Bay, St James, to local Land Rover dealer ATL's Montego Bay offices, to be assessed ahead of restoration. When it was finished, the Bob Marley Museum and Jacqueline Lynch-Stewart, Bob Marley Foundation's general manager, said, the 1976 Land Rover will be put back on display at 56 Hope Road.
"It has been at the museum since it opened," Lynch-Stewart said. "It is always at the front." After having been exhibited in the open air under a covering but no sides for a quarter century, "over the years, it has naturally deteriorated".
"We made contact with them (ATL) to see if it could be restored. They then contacted the headquarters in London, so this discussion has been going on for some time," Lynch-Stewart said. Next for the Land Rover, she said, is "to pull it down, assess what is required and take it from there. They don't know what they will find".
She noted that even if something on the Land Rover is replaced, the original part will be returned to the museum for display.
Lynch-Stewart said that the Land Rover has been "very popular" with visitors. "I know they are going to miss it. What we will have to do is take a photograph and show people that it has been sent to be refurbished," she said.
Another Marley vehicle, a Volkswagen bus, is at Culture Yard in Trench Town, St Andrew.

Thursday, 12 January 2012

On Line Tv Channels

Are you tired of paying astronomical bills for cable or satellite TV programming? It seems like each month those bills continue to get higher, as there are new charges and increases in the costs of service. If you want to watch the shows that you missed during their original airing, you will need to rent the cable or satellite company's DVR's and of course, that will cost you even more. For those that are tired of paying these outrageous fees, it's time to learn how you can Watch TV online free.

What You Will Need To Watch Cable TV Online

It's pretty easy to watch TV online free. You only need a decent laptop or desktop computer with an internet connection. Then go to 
and choose your favorite TV station. This means that you will have better programming availability and that there won't be the annoying delays or quirks in the playback. Moreover, because you are not downloading these programs to your computer, you do not have to worry about it taking up a bunch of space on your computer. It's just like watching any other video online.

If you want to connect your computer to your TV so you can watch your favorite shows on your big screen TV, it's really simple to do. You have to connect is an HDMI, VGA, or an S-video cable between your computer and your TV. These cables are really easy to find at any electronics store or online. The higher quality cables you buy the better quality picture and sound you'll have when you watch TV online free.

The Advantages of Online TV

Some of the advantages include convenience and selection. You can watch these programs or movies on your own schedule instead of only when those programs are originally schedule. It's like an on demand service without paying for it. As for the selection, you are going to be surprised. Even some of the programming from the premium channels is available online. You do not have to pay for those extra channels each month just to watch a few shows. When you watch TV online free, you can really rack up some savings.

Other advantages include fewer commercial interruptions. How many times have you wished that you could just skip those endless commercials? When you watch TV online for free, most of the programs have no commercials whereas some may have limited interruptions for one 30 second commercial. The sponsors have to get something for their money!

A Few Final Thoughts

When you watch TV online for free, you will finally experience freedom from the cable and satellite companies. No longer are you tied to their expensive programming packages or high priced rental equipment. You do not have to watch in despair as your bill creeps up each month with really no explanation. For those that love to watch original TV programming and movies, there is no better or cheaper way to get what you want. It's time to put the power of the internet to work for you. 

The Best Place to Watch Free cable TV online is