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Ordering a la carte would make cable a tastier treat

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / January 5, 2006

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When I go to the supermarket, I decide what to pay for and bring home. I choose my groceries on an a la carte basis and not in premade bundles that, like dollar grab bags, contain mysterious and useless items. I'm all about the vanilla bean ice cream, for example, and vehemently opposed to the -- gag -- Karamel Sutra. (Full article: 974 words)

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