There was a time in my life during which I lived in a place that relied on a satellite dish for its television consumption. I remember it being darn exciting — satellite TV always offered 39,924 more channels than regular cable television providers and the wide array of music channels that the package offered, I always thought, was worth the extra few bucks alone.
The problem? Weather. Whenever it would rain or snow, the possibility of bad reception increased and I can vividly recall moments ... read more