Comcast's Video Download Store Is Wholly Unremarkable

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Comcast's internet video site, Fancast, used to be a place to check out Hulu clips and waste away your data cap along with your brain. Now it's a place to buy and rent full-length movies a la Amazon Unbox or iTunes to play on your Windows PC (and up to two other authorized computers). Filled with the same $3.99 rentals and $13ish purchases, we wouldn't be writing about this service if Comcast weren't behind it...hopefully with plans to improve things down the line. [Fancast via Zatz Not Funny]

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That pic could be the box art from a new video card.

They always have to open their mouths like that so that their lungs won't burst from the high levels of performance.