XM Radio

I have a 2004 TL and let the XM subscription lapse some time ago. After I read about the planned merger of XM and Sirius, I thought I would re-subscribe.
Several references on the Internet noted that reduced prices could be available. I called the XM number and simply asked for the reduced rate of $77 per year, and after a small wait, she activated my radio. That's about 1/2 the normal subscription rate.
I was feeling pretty good about the reduced price when I made the mistake of mentioning it to my wife, who promptly said that it was a waste of money as I seldom listened to it when it was activated the last time.
Don't you just wonder what it would be like to be single and not be reminded about the dumb things we men do? I hate it because my wife is nearly always correct. I think I just won't mention it when I spend money, regardless of how much I save!
- Russ in Santa Barbara
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Russell Lombardo wrote: <SNIP> I hate it because my wife is nearly always correct. I think I just won't mention it when I spend money, regardless of

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On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 22:40:30 -0800, Russell Lombardo

Did the same thing on my wife '06 TL. She said the same thing until she found that she was listening to XM channel 25 to and from work. Now I don't hear her complaining anymore about how much it costs.
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