There are some hysterics going on over at Slashdot because a rumor about Hulu requiring a cable subscription is being reported as fact. Lots of dialogue over whether this would apply to Hulu Plus members, whether it would be implemented soon or take several years, whether Hulu is acting like a cable company pawn because it is scared of being sued, or because it is being controlled by Comcast (which apparently controls NBCUniversal, which owns Hulu in part).
Many in the slashdot community are irate because they hate cable companies, which are seen as charging too much for falsely advertised bandwidth speeds, and generally manipulating the market and people in unfair ways due to a monopoly on what is the only high speed wire available to homes in many cases (was hard not to use First Person there). Now that you have the setting, you can enjoy:
"Not in a box.
Not with a fox.
Not in a house.
Not with a mouse.
I would not watch it
here or there.
I would not watch it anywhere.
I would not watch cable TV.
I do not like it, no-sir-ee"
BobNet cites this very funny comic: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/game_of_thrones
But the best has got to be this ill-typed comment by Moby Disk:
"People use Hulu because I don't have cable. Isn't that the point?"
To which an Anonymous Coward responded:
"I don't know about anyone else... but I use Hulu and I had no idea whether or not you had cable."