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In the early days of the High Def format wars, Warner Bros aligned themselves with the now defunct HD-DVD brand and started pumping out disks. Months later as the dust settled, they were forced to concede to the power house of Blu-ray.

If you're like me, you've been waiting for that magical moment to jump on the Blu-ray bandwagon when prices dip below the mythical $150 price. Since they've won the format war, there has been no sign of the player prices dropping save for a few sparse Holiday sales last year.

Years ago, widescreen TV's introduced the public to the bits they had previously been missing on the right and left sides of their TV screens.

With the economy going down the tubes and no end in sight for ideological wars that will define this generation, at least we don't have to worry about cyborgs, right? Wrong!

I've never quite recovered from the night that I saw a man on "Ripley's Believe it or Not" whose face was made almost entirely with prosthetic parts.

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