I think I’ve gotten all I can out of my Netflix account. It has been an excellent time-waster in the past few years, especially with the “watch instantly” movies, but I have other priorities these days. I’d rather spend the money on increasing my Audible membership, and I’d rather spend my time-wasting on podcasts and books.
I’ve paid up for the month, so I just have to remember to cancel before the next charge goes in. 2 years ago
i really like netflix,
and would like to re-open my netflix account later on…
but i am trying to save as much money as i can before i move,
so even the basic minimum membership that i’ve had ($5.99 1-at-a-time 2 max a month), is too much when you are trying to save all you can.
at the end of this month, i will cancel. 5 years ago
netflix seems like this great idea, which will actually give you back those hours you spend standing in videostores staring at rows of DVDs as you breath through your mouth. alas, i found that netflix was just another one of those deceptive “advancements” that actually complicate your life. isn’t technology supposed to free us up from having to waste time thinking about inane, quotidienne shit? like cellphones. yeah, i couldn’t live without one, but i never used to spend this much time having ridiculous, time-wasting and pointless conversations. anyways, netflix became this chore. like i couldn’t go and meet friends for dinner because i had a few movies to get through. and then it became this race to see how fast i could get the viewed movies sent back, how quickly i could get the next one, and how much i could save had i rented them individually. it got crazy. i came across some good, obscure stuff, but because of my lack of self-control, i had to let it go. 6 years ago
i downgraded to 2 at a time 4-max/month account. will see how this turns out. 6 years ago