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by stewart norrie / April 2, 2006 3:17 AM PDT

1080p OUTPUT thru h.d.m.i. output. So the picture should be jawdropping on both 1080P and 1080I t.v.s. So sorry I was told by many folks that you had to use a firewire connection and that didn"t sound rite In closing GOOD NEWS Its going to rain here in San Jose for another month So pertty soon I will be sinking into the mud and you wont have to hear all my iritating stupid, mispelled posts, Anyway if you visit me at my grave just look for that little satilate dish and you can scatter some old radio tubes around it have a nice day stewart

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Another biz for you: Headstones
by Dan Filice / April 2, 2006 3:35 AM PDT


You've got something there: Custom headstones. Some with satellite dishes, some with rabbit ears, some in the shape of 16:9 better register this idea before someone else takes it. By the way, below your granite satellite dish, the inscription needs to read: "Here lies the great Stewart Norrie, 1080p was the end to his glory. Have a nice day. Stewart."

Dan Happy

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by stewart norrie / April 2, 2006 4:22 AM PDT

Actually I gave away this ugly, nasty body to the Univeristy of Stanford, So they can use it for a car crash dummie Sorry I got to go time for N>A>S>C>A>R

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I've got an idea....
by kena10 / April 18, 2006 6:32 PM PDT

use your toshiba as your coffin, lol. just messing with ya.

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