Originally Posted by Sand crab
Is it the same CG video? That one doesn't show the boat. If this is a new one then please tell us which station? The vid might be online.
Don't know Crab,
I rarely ever view streaming video's (like that link to a video above my comment), and if it's an Adobe Flash, absolutely not (all Flash is blocked on my machines, consider it a virus).
The news clip was kind of washed out/overexposed, so it was a little hard to see, but it sure looked like a big ugly cat (FH) down on the water
. The way the "news" is presented in today's media, a very quick blurb, I find real irritating and almost never watch any (and get off my effen lawn...).
It's probably out there somewhere, you probably have much better internet service
than me (see rant below).
The station was KSAT, ch 12, San Antonio, TX; it was probably on others, in Corpus too (get both).
Here is a link to their "yesterday's video news" page. I can't see anything because it must be Flash (tried several different browsers).
In Case You Missed It - Feb. 2
I searched them for a plain story link and found nothing, it may have been too ephemeral for them.
Using such websites is kind of excruciating too, for me. I'm rural, we have little ISP access other than a couple ridiculously priced wireless ISP's.
My tethered smartphone connection(s) will be taken away when the Deathstar finishes swallowing my current
wireless company (all of 10G/data with tethering from my phone
allowed, until real soon now). The new 'Terms of Service' specifically disallow connecting anything to the smartphone, as I do now, to have something besides dial-up landline internet
. So going back to a $eparate 'hot$pot', or paying an obscene data surcharge on the phone
, is about all there will be (I know, just grin and BOHICA...).
The FCC is going to change things real soon, I hope ( 'Net Neutrality' with teeth, and other stuff).
The telco/cable SOB's have even gotten the politicians here to forbid local municipal internet access systems/provisions too, so we lost
that little bit of 'competition'. Our only alternative since nobody will serve the area with decent, reasonably priced HS internet, basturds.
OK, /rant off...