Blockbuster Announces Streaming Movie Machine, Five Years To Late For Anyone To Care

In another stunning move nobody will care about, dying giant Ballbuster announced the fruition of their sixteen year plan to bring streaming movies into the home of every American.

The most stunning part of this is that it comes only a mere five years after anyone would have given a shit.

Wired reviewed the box, and surprise, surprise, it sucked.

Maybe someday someone will put in an earnest effort to give us all an overall well crafted product, until then, they’ll turn to the black market created by pirates who wear eye patches and trade in Communism.

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One Response to Blockbuster Announces Streaming Movie Machine, Five Years To Late For Anyone To Care

  1. Savior says:

    Seems like everything comes a little to late. Companies need to learn that the old saying, “better late than never” doesn’t apply to technology.

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