I regularly make the mistake of goggling away to engineer my way onto a lot of websites. Part of the reason is that I don't bookmark them and I can't be bothered to scroll through my browser's history. I'm not lazy ... really. I'm just a little disorganized, and I like it that way.
So, when I was looking for The Daily Show recently, I had forgotten that the U.S. site rejects video requests from anything that isn't a U.S. address. Silly me ... but it was worth the few seconds I spent there. (Click to expand)
It's so nice that Canadians get acknowledged! Or could it be ... nah!*
Anyway, as far as I'm concerned, this really should be fixed. Since The Daily Show's Most Senior Correspondent is proudly Canadian, don't you think we should be given special status when it comes to watching your stuff?
Hmmm. You may now resume your search.
* Is it possible that everyone visiting that site from outside the U.S. has free healthcare?