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Old 12-26-2008, 08:34 PM   #91
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Well we can always use another BD Supporter here at HDF. Evens out the bitter, doom and gloomers that were formally HD DVD supporters.
And you better get used to it. The balance has already shifted. Pretty soon you veterans are going to be forgotten...and you will not be getting any form of tribute or statue for your "services" in the war. After a while...you will get outcast since no one wants to hear the same shit a year later. Bluray is here and people like it. I am sure that keeps you up at night (and I mean that literally...since you never seem to sleep and post literally all day and night long on various sites, talking endless shit about bluray instead of just buying a f**** player and enjoying HDM....like you did before HD DVD got murdered).
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Old 12-26-2008, 08:36 PM   #92
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Well Bmore the funny thing is the veterans are mostly gone I mean Bruce is purple and has been and he is fair now and always has or probably haven't been on all that long to know and so is the biggests fighter for HD-DVD SuperXp who owns a BD player.
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Old 12-26-2008, 08:38 PM   #93
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Hey Bmore - how many days this time?
REPORTED.

And soon enough...

you seem to be posting in overdrive mode..whats the matter...blu keeping you up at night? Cant get over the loss? Nervous about the one year anniversary of getting kicked to the HD curb??
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Old 12-26-2008, 08:38 PM   #94
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And you better get used to it. The balance has already shifted. Pretty soon you veterans are going to be forgotten...and you will not be getting any form of tribute or statue for your "services" in the war. After a while...you will get outcast since no one wants to hear the same shit a year later. Bluray is here and people like it. I am sure that keeps you up at night (and I mean that literally...since you never seem to sleep and post literally all day and night long on various sites, talking endless shit about bluray instead of just buying a f**** player and enjoying HDM....like you did before HD DVD got murdered).
Keep me up at night?

No - that doesn't happen. Must be a figment of your imagination.

I will buy a BD player when I am ready.

And not until then.

OBTW - won't change anything - other than shutting people up when they say I don't have a BD player. That's about the only change I foresee.
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...that is still true. which is why I use it.

not on your HD DVD player...



NOPE. At this point, with bluray secured as the future optical media, it is now just HDM Unless of course you no longer feel the need for HDM...which would be kind of hypocritical since you just loved HD DVD soooo much. But, I mean, who really needs to see Brad Pitt's zit scars, right Lee????
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wow so now who's judging without knowing you never have a player and you say it won't change anything like you know I bet your mind will be blown when you buy one some day. Hell if you loved the red one then the Blu one will be just like it but with newer and better titles.
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Also Nded if the person who made this post which was Bmore doesn't mind if it went off topic then should you really be complaining?
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Prove it. How do i know you arent lying?
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Prove it. How do i know you arent lying?
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Reported. False accusation unless you provide proof.
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Gee Kam - I could go out tonight and buy a Vudu STB and get 1080P movies within a few hours.

That sound like vaporware to you?
I mean the service they provide.

They aren't actually doing any of the legwork.
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I mean the service they provide.

They aren't actually doing any of the legwork.
Are you getting what they promise for the money they charge you?
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Old 12-26-2008, 09:29 PM   #103
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Are you getting what they promise for the money they charge you?
They don't have a flat shipping rate, so it depends on your situation with your internet provider.


Movie downloading won't take off for me until they provide a dedicated pipe like cable or satellite and match the quality per price of Blu-Ray/HD DVD.

~$3 rentals

~$25 to own


Readers should know everything about the product.

Especially the fact that the paying customers are acting as the company servers.

Vudu only sells the Voodoo


It may be perfect for some, but after doing more research about the means (not the quality) I'm sure it's not for me.
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It may be perfect for some, but after doing more research about the means (not the quality) I'm sure it's not for me.
I can respect that, and thank you for giving a well worded perspective instead of an emotional/irrational OT rant. I have never thought Vudu is perfect for everyone, different strokes for different folks. I'm just trying to make sure that HD enthusiast like myself that are looking for the benefits it offers are able to get honest answers instead of irrational criticisms.

Who knows, maybe someday you'll get to move up from that bit starved ISP and enjoy the benefits of truly unlimited bandwidth!
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I can respect that, and thank you for giving a well worded perspective instead of an emotional/irrational OT rant. I have never thought Vudu is perfect for everyone, different strokes for different folks. I'm just trying to make sure that HD enthusiast like myself that are looking for the benefits it offers are able to get honest answers instead of irrational criticisms.

Who knows, maybe someday you'll get to move up from that bit starved ISP and enjoy the benefits of truly unlimited bandwidth!
lol

Yeah. I'm on AOLs 90 minutes for $9.99 plan. I just can't bring myself to upgrade.

It's like I'm not actually online until I hear that dial-up tone pattern.
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