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the end of analog tv as we know it...WHAT ARE THEY THINKING? der=0

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Spawn of God, Apr 26, 2005.

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  1. Spawn of God

    Spawn of God IncGamers Member

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    the end of analog tv as we know it...WHAT ARE THEY THINKING?

    i just came across this article on the internet and the first thing that crossed my mind is WHAT IS CONGRESS THINKING?
    then i considered it some more, and if there is no satelite/antinae on tv's, heck it might reduce the amount of advertising about that thing on comersals.

    so wat yall think?

    view the article here
     
  2. {KOW}Spazed

    {KOW}Spazed Banned

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    They can broadcast digital . . . some of the local channels here are already in HD. . .
     
  3. Lord_Shinnok

    Lord_Shinnok IncGamers Member

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    i think its best if we push this topic back to the distant year of 2008!
     
  4. P2blr

    P2blr IncGamers Member

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    so it only affects the bunny-ears people?
     
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    Congress vs Free Market.


    hmmmmm
     
  6. Raistlin Majere

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    Free market=+1
    Congress=0
     

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