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    Cough...sputter...gulp...


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    Good GAWD!
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    so Burke, when you gonna sell it ... well I guess first I should ask when are you gonna buy it? Then I will wait for you to sell it


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    We have a cathedral ceiling in the master bedroom...man oh man...have just the spot on the ceiling opposite the bed, between the skylights...that beast would fit perfectly. With two pillows under your head...just the right angle for watching the tube in bed.
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    OH NO!

    Check this bad boy out, this is the ultimate in home theatre.


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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat
    We have a cathedral ceiling in the master bedroom...man oh man...have just the spot on the ceiling opposite the bed, between the skylights...that beast would fit perfectly. With two pillows under your head...just the right angle for watching the tube in bed.
    Should I queue some good porn tunes?

    Hell, yes I should.....Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Should I queue some good porn tunes?

    Hell, yes I should.....Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka
    Que up a whooooolllle bunch!
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    Thats my next televison.........in about 15yrs when its around 2grand
    She's presenting like a mandrill!

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    man, I'd never touch a Plasma TV manufactured from current technology.

    in five years or less, when the screen starts to go dim because the gasses are slowly leaking out, there's gonna be alot of angry people who paid alot of money for their junky TV's.

    not to mention how easily they burn and image in.

    LOL

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    "Cons:No internal HD tuner. Color rendition a touch on the cool side. Limited remote control. Extremely expensive."

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lurker
    man, I'd never touch a Plasma TV manufactured from current technology.

    in five years or less, when the screen starts to go dim because the gasses are slowly leaking out, there's gonna be alot of angry people who paid alot of money for their junky TV's.

    not to mention how easily they burn and image in.

    LOL
    Ya, that sorta turns me off too, I'd rather get a DLP set.
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