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by Revcb 06:59AM Thursday Feb 16 2012

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gigahurtz
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join:2001-10-20
Palm Coast, FL

MPAA: Proving once again why I ...

do not buy movies anymore.

cableties
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join:2005-01-27

Re: MPAA: Proving once again why I ...

True!

What about the DVDs that are defective and they won't replace (no longer pressed title). E.G, I have Snatch that rotted. (hee...that reads LOL).
It took 3 months to get someone to respond to my purchase but they wouldn't exchange because, studio didn't have new pressing, I didn't have receipt (but did have case/barcode/media), wanted to charge fee for updating to the Bluray version ($12 s/h).
I found BR version for $9. Eff em. Sold it after watching for $12.
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NOCMan
MadMacHatter
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Colorado Springs, CO

LightSquared GO AWAY

Personally I do not like the idea that GPS navigation systems for aircraft could be disrupted by your system. If you have a problem it's that the FCC stupidly decided you could use spectrum intended for satellite broadcast not terrestrial. Anyone with 5 minutes of RF propagation experience will tell you your system will create havoc on the GPS bands.
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fiberguy
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Re: LightSquared GO AWAY

Wasn't aware that aircraft used GPS for flight navigation to begin with.. IFV and VFR are two common navigation techniques. But still, I agree with you on GPS disruption in general.