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    Quote Originally Posted by WeakAnkles View Post
    Because for some of us (like myself -- I live on disability), that is something we simply cannot afford.
    I would starve myself and turn the heating off if necessary to be able to watch skating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Why would you want a low quality, unreliable crappy free stream when you can watch the entire World Championships in high quality, with the option to watch it on demand later, for 12$?
    i am not a millionaire

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    I'm looking for a stream too. I'm geoblocked on the Canadian one and it doesn't look like Eurosport has it. It's Eastern Daylight Time, yes? It doesn't look like it's started according to the ISU site.

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    Anyone else here watching the Canadian coverage on Bold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tulosai View Post
    For some people $12 is a lot of money, especially when they know they can watch all the skaters for free on youtube if they wait a few hours at no less than moderate quality. It depends a lot on subjective factors (how much you like figure skating, if you were going to be able to watch live anyway) and objective factors (how much you make, cost of living in your area, if you have kids, how much you typically spend/are prepared to spend on non essential spending).

    I can definitely understand why a stream would appeal to some people.
    thx tulosai !!! u speak out of my heart !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    I would starve myself and turn the heating off if necessary to be able to watch skating.
    post a photo...

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    I see 11:45 on the ISU site. Maybe I'm too early.

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    Thank you Bea and draqq

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    I love you guys thank you!

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    A million thanks from the Caribbean.

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    Believe me Ziggy, sometimes it feels like I do.

    Tulosai--thank you for having a sense of reality.

    And a million thanks for the stream links.

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    Oh my god thank you so much for making me realise that is starts NOW!

    I got confused with the time difference and thought it started in 3 hours.

    Quote Originally Posted by tulosai View Post
    For some people $12 is a lot of money, especially when they know they can watch all the skaters for free on youtube if they wait a few hours at no less than moderate quality. It depends a lot on subjective factors (how much you like figure skating, if you were going to be able to watch live anyway) and objective factors (how much you make, cost of living in your area, if you have kids, how much you typically spend/are prepared to spend on non essential spending).

    I can definitely understand why a stream would appeal to some people.
    That is all definitely true. I guess what always surprises me is that there are a lot of people who put all the effort required in finding a skating forum and reading/posting on it but only watch it casually. That's what I struggle to understand.

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