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Sunday Seven #312

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If you’re like me, you have a reasonable DVD collection. (Note that I said DVD, and not Blu-Ray. Sorry to disappoint all of the HD enthusiasts, but I don’t have an HD set in my house. All SD, all the time.)

And I have no plans to go through the expense of swapping everything out for the “next level” any time soon.

In any case, whether you’re watching on regular DVD or Blu-Ray, this week’s question should be pretty easy.

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Name the last seven DVDs you watched in your own home.

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Ah, this was too much fun! In my house, there is no such thing as old technology. I am married to a programmer! We have had HD telly now for what… 4 years? How long has it been out? Whatever. We don’t have a 3D telly yet, but just wait until the technology is tried and true and we will have one (sadly – I could live without one). But there is my collection of movies (some HD, some not) but it is a weird and eclectic collection – of course. That is me all over. But I will tell… Read more »
eeyore17026 (aka Strange)

My answers are here:

We do have an HD TV, but only because our old TV died last year. If it hadn’t worn out, we wouldn’t have HD TV, either. 😉


@eeyore17026 (aka Strange) Glad to know I’m not the only “late adopter” when it comes to HD!