Supposedly? What a moron.
Man, talk about STUPID.
Wait, who's stupid? The crime victim? Charming.
Ebay here we come. The world's largest fenced goods operation.
Are you really THAT stupid?
Megan, sorry, had no clue you wrote it. Thought you were quoting from some idiot.
Um...read up on BluRay. That is all.
I wondered why people were so pissed about the use of the word supposedly. I've never seen Blu-ray played next to DVD, so I can't say if the quality is that much better or not. I've just been told that it is. But I've also been told it's a pointless technology in the long run. Hence the supposedly.
Nerds get so mad when you get technology wrong and you don't "read up" on it. Once I spelled iPhone "Iphone" and I got shot in the leg.
Blue Ray requires a Blue Ray player and Hi Def TV. If you don't own a hi-def TV (I myself am waiting for them to be less than $500 for the equivalent of a 31" TV) then you are forgiven to know that they are better than standard TV.
@7 - well, serves you right for not having your body armor on.
Try calling some artsy dipshit's macbook a McBook. They'll force you to asphyxiate yourself.
Woohoo, grammar dog pile!
So if they're "better quality" DVDs, are they handcrafted? Are they etched by artisans? Do they exhibit fine breeding? Do they come wrapped in rich Corinthian leather?
Jesus spooges on every BluRay dvd. That is all you need to know.
Thank you, Megan. The correction is sufficient.
@12 Is that why they're making so few? And why the discs keep getting stuck in the tray?
From the Line Out article:
"If you have information about the crime, e-mail Batt at email@example.com, or notify the Northgate store manager, Justin, at 524-3472."
Why not notify the police (who would seem to be the proper authorities for this situation)? Is Silver Platters hiding something from the SPD? Are they planning some vigilante action?
Meanwhile, the vast and overwhelming majority of Americans continue not to buy either format, making Sony revenue even lower.
#15 Because the cops don't investigate property crimes.
Though, fyi, property crimes of items totalling over $500 constitutes felony theft.
Unless you have a witness/witnesses, or an otherwise ironclad case, you have to do the legwork yourself and submit it to the SPD. You compile lists of items stolen, pictures, drawings, etc, as well as submitting accounts of occurrances related to the crime to your assigned detective. You get a file going and if something happens or breaks in your case, you have already submitted some 'weight of evidence' that will help you in court.
@15: You could notify the cops, but if you notify Mike and/or Justin, they'll get in contact with the detectives who are handling their case. They'd be happy either way, I think. That's just what Mike recommended to do when I asked him who people should contact should they have more info. Silver Platters is not hiding anything. The police are on it.
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