Then there was mistake #3: waiting two months to open it up and try connecting everything.

Meaning, I didn’t realize it wasn’t compatible until it was way too late to return it, thereby losing a cool on the spot, ugh…

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Simply use an Android phone, tablet, i Phone®, i Pad®, Mac or Windows laptop, or Chromebook to cast your favorite entertainment and apps right to the big screen.” “Hell yeah! “I’ve been looking for a new way to stream internet on my TV cuz my dang Blu-ray sucks balls.

Send me one to test and then I’ll give one away too! I actually HAD a newer TV I picked up while pimping out my blogger lair a few years back! It’s 1/10th of the size, but hell – I might actually be able to pull something off for once! A one-time purchase for forever streaming of internet/tv/media etc on your TV w/out any monthly fees – huzzah!

Then, maybe, just maybe, my wife would be singing a new tune with those dollars in her pockets? I looked on Amazon for ways to hook up my TV to the internet, and came across Name Your Link" target="_blank"a slew of options.

There was Roku, Sungale, Apple TV, Amazon Fire and a ton more which I eventually got inundated with until I noticed that many Blu-ray DVD players now come with built-in wifi? I had never heard of this as we never watch DVDs, but if you can stream the internet on it at the same time while saving that money I was ’bout it ’bout it.

How would I know it didn’t have the much-required HDMI hookup that’s apparently quite important with streaming and internet badassity?

I never thought twice, and because so paid a hefty penalty in both time and money w/ this lame hacking attempt of mine.

And since I thought you needed a DVD player to watch Netflix, it killed two birds with one stone.

(That was mistake #1 – you don’t need a DVD player necessarily – you can STREAM shows/movies through Netflix too! Here’s our TV again in case you mysteriously missed it the first time: It’s large as $hit (60-something inches!

I get the appeal of watching it on your laptop, but after 12 hour days behind a computer it’s the last thing I want do when unwinding.

The second step – call up Verizon and simply ask them to cut channels out and lower our bill (Hah! We figured if we could find a way to substitute our shows/movies over time by using the internet instead of Verizon, we’d save a nice stash of cash like many of you are already doing and have the best of both worlds going on.

Anyways, the point is we’re not ready to get rid of TV’s luxuries all the way yet, but we are wanting to scale back and save some dough in the process.