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by stewart norrie / May 3, 2006 3:52 AM PDT

I contacted Hollywood vidio and net-flex and was told they would have both formats for sale and rental soon. But as we all know most new movies are so cheap and horrible who will want to see these nasty things in hi-def. Just a joke but I watched a Van Dam movie last nite he looks about 80 years old and in the action shots they had to speed up the camera Also Steven Segal movies he looks like 300lbs and is so fat he wobbles, Its a good thing i"am not a movie star. at least I know I'am a star here at, Yes me and Mrs housedrone had a nice lunch today stewie

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