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Toshiba to Air HD DVD Super Bowl Ad

 

Other brands airing Super Bowl ads include Audi, Bridgestone, CareerBuilder, Cars.com, Coca-Cola Classic, FedEx, Garmin, Gatorade G2, GoDaddy, Hyundai, Pepsi-Cola, Planters, Salesgenie, Sunsilk, Tide to Go, Toyota, Under Armour and Victoria’s Secret.

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Super Bowl? What's that. Thankfully, the scourge of football will be over very soon. I can hardly wait . . .

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Super Bowl? What's that. Thankfully, the scourge of football will be over very soon. I can hardly wait . . .

 

If you don't watch football, why would you care? <_<

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Are you grumpy again today, GPB? :)

 

Be happy. It's only a hobby. . . . only a hobby . . . only a hobby. :lol:

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If you don't watch football, why would you care? <_<

Because since Sept., TV programming has really sucked especially on weekends. I'm sooo sick of it.

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Because since Sept., TV programming has really sucked especially on weekends. I'm sooo sick of it.

In my, opinion regular TV has sucked for far longer than that. I watch exactly 2 series TV shows. CSI, the original, and Bones. Other TV shows I watch are PBS, DIY, old movies, and shows on channels like History etc. Would not bother me if the strike never ended, or that another award show where they pat each other on the back gets canceled.

Edited by marlinsinger

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In my, opinion regular TV has sucked for far longer than that. I watch exactly 2 series TV shows. CSI, the original, and Bones. Other TV shows I watch are PBS, DIY, old movies, and shows on channels like History etc. Would not bother me if the strike never ended, or that another award show where they pat each other on the back gets canceled.

 

If you are a History channel watcher, then you know that at the end of 2012, we won't be watching television anymore, if the Mayan calendar is correct.

Edited by grandpabruce

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If you are a History channel watcher, then you know that at the end of 2012, we won't be watching television anymore, if the Mayan calendar is correct.

And others have predicted the same thing in previous years, and I'm still watching television.

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If you are a History channel watcher, then you know that at the end of 2012, we won't be watching television anymore, if the Mayan calendar is correct.

Funny you mention that. I've been telling people that for years just to see the look on their faces. Wrote a paper on it many years ago for a history class and still never really believed it would happen. I think the TV strike might be over by then. <_<

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It might just be "the end of the world as we know it", as a song put it.

 

You might re-read the Book of Jonah - especially the little-noticed 4th chapter (following the 'great fish' incident), after they file an Environmental Impact Statement. The book is only two pages total, and if you don't have a hard copy lying around, it's probably available on the internet.

 

(The earliest known reference to committees was in reference to the Tower in Babylon, which didn't have the approval higher authorities; the committees were disbanded.)

 

Of course, almost nobody believed Noah ... :huh:

 

Lynn

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