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LCD vs Plasma

by Mizkreant / November 19, 2006 4:12 AM PST

I have heard that LCD is better than Plasma, and plasma will go out in different areas of your picture?

Is there a difference in which one is better to buy.

help.

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I get so pissed. . .
by Coryphaeus / November 19, 2006 9:43 AM PST
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when people believe or even listen to the bull-**** that's around. Plasmas do not go out. Can anyone honestly believe that crap when plasmas are more in demand than can be produced? If they weren't reliable no one would buy them. Sheesh.

Do a little research here at the CNet reviews or read anything in a publication on plasma and LCD performance. Then make your own decision.

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I GET SO PISSED...... WHEN MEMBERS DON'T EVEN DO THE MOST...
by Riverledge / November 19, 2006 11:09 AM PST
In reply to: I get so pissed. . .

BASIC AND ELEMENTARY RESEARCH and homework!!!
Well we are not the "SHELL ANSWERMAN."
SORRY, but the same question 3 or 4 times a week, means you haven't looked at prior posts. Learn how to use the site.

WHAAAAAAAAAAGH!!!

Needed to vent.........SORRY!

river.

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You mean one's ike this ?
by VAPCMD / November 19, 2006 11:49 AM PST
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YES....GOOD EXAMPLE.....
by Riverledge / November 20, 2006 5:29 AM PST

THANX,

river.

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(NT) HELP, LOOKING FOR A GOOD TV FOR VIDEO GAMES!!!!
by masterying01 / November 20, 2006 8:31 AM PST
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YIKES, I NEED THE BEST REFRIGERATOR WITH BUILT IN LCD.......
by Riverledge / November 20, 2006 12:09 PM PST

BEFORE THANKGIVING; HELP PLEASE.

I DON'T WANT TO MISS "THE MACY*S DAY PARADE!!!

ALSO WHAT'S THE WAY TO COOK A 20 POUND TURKEY IN A BROWN PAPER BAG???


HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL!
thanx, river

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River,
by NM_Bill / November 21, 2006 2:15 AM PST

the brown paper bag is for concealing the fifth of muscatel to accompany the feast with aplomb.

A model home nearby had one of those refrigerators with the built in LCD on the door. Gees, a whole new dilimma when one of them needs repair or replacment. Has to have in-home service as imagine lugging the huge double wide into TV repair for the sake of a 17" LCD.

Don't miss the Macy's parade.

Hey, my wife & I are doing the turkey dinner at McDonalds for the sake of sharing lonely time with a few older widows. No, we're not among the homeless or whatever. They don't ask questions at the door but have a donation jar.

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