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    Default Inspector America

    Inspector America investigates gas line explosion in San Francisco sewer system tonight at 10pm est on History, according to Comcast program description.
    Should be interesting. I set my DVR.

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    The few episodes I've seen so far have been entertaining but fluffy.

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    Default Re: Inspector America

    Quote Originally Posted by nrp3 View Post
    The few episodes I've seen so far have been entertaining but fluffy.
    Fluffy is an excellent description, nrp3. Not what I expected. First (and probably last) time I watched it.
    Almost seems like a propaganda show the way he sucked up to every government mule and never even attempted to talk to a utility operator.

    It seems everyday we are less represented by our government and more managed by them. Just wait till Trump becomes CEO. Ha.

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    Fluffy as predicted. I don't neccessarily disagree with him, but would like more tech and less opinion. Being an electrician I am interested in the power segments that are supposed to be on.

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    Informative, but he's trying way too hard........Kinda like that Canadian Mike Holmes......maybe they are related????
    There is a fine line between "Hobby" and "Mental Illness."
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    Holmes on Homes is cool. I like the way he rips into shady contactors.
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    Default Re: Inspector America

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCableVine View Post
    Holmes on Homes is cool. I like the way he rips into shady contactors.
    Then you'll probably like this show as well.
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    Default Re: Inspector America

    I've seen a couple of them. The show is way too short for what needs to be covered. That's the politics behind all of the deteriorating infrastructure. We can send 3 Billion to Pakistan but we can't fix our own infrastructure.
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