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  1. tubby_mcgee

    Another school shooting in California

    So guns work to protect the president? But not kids? Typical lib/dem: "Guns?! Guns in school? !!! Guns in school?!!! THAT'S the problem in the first place!!!! How are guns in schools going to help!!!???" Ya see...lemme explain. No one said to give the guns to the kids. Or, no on is suggesting that the guns be used to shoot the kids. Basically, (I know its complicated, try to follow along) what we are suggesting, is to use the guns to protect the kids. Ya think when Regan got shot, the Secret Service had a conversation "Hey, ya know...jeez...it was a gun that shot the President. Maybe we should get rid of ours so that he is safer" How many people would run for POTUS if there was a new rule: "You will be protected only with signs that say "Gun Free Zone. No shooting the President with a gun" ? Oh...and my original post in this thread...I focked up the link. https://static1.fjcdn.com/comments/Why+are+you+blaming+the+gun+for+the+mass+killings+_3fce3d3181ebd94fba3be32356c9ddc6.jpg
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    Another school shooting in California

    We protect the president with guns, banks with guns, courts with guns, celebrities with guns, yet we protect schools with signs that that "Gun Free Zone" Libs think that "Gun Free Zone" signs are the best way of defending vs. guns. I wonder if the next democratic president will just use signs? Seems to be working well. Also, no one blames the gun when a police officer shoots an unarmed black man. Why? And this one is perfect: https://static1.fjcdn.com/comments/Why+are+you+blaming+the+gun+for+the+mass+killings+_3fce3d3181ebd94fba3be32356c9ddc6.jpg
  3. tubby_mcgee

    If you’re looking for a new tv....

    Curved screen TVs sort of went by the wayside for the most part, right? Or they didn't take off like some thought they would?
  4. tubby_mcgee

    Is it time to get out of the market?

    Hope and Change folks. All bark. No bite.
  5. tubby_mcgee

    If you’re looking for a new tv....

    Consumer Reports Black Friday List... Black Friday Deals on Smaller TVs 22-Inch Insignia 1080p TV The deal: $60 at Best Buy We didn't test this small set, the Insignia NS-22D510NA19, which is at this price right now. It's hard to say how good a deal it is, because Insignia is Best Buy's house brand. Its 1080p resolution will let it double as a computer monitor. 32-Inch Polaroid 720p TV The deal: $70 at Target No model is given but we think it's the Polaroid 32GSR3000FC, a basic TV that usually sells for about $130. Polaroid TVs haven't typically done well in our tests. 32-Inch Hisense 720p Smart TV The deal: $80 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Hisense 32H5590F This TV is listed as the Hisense 32H5500, so we're not sure it's the same model. If so, it's a good deal, because it usually sells for $130 to $150, and it did well for HD in our tests. 32-Inch LG 720p TV The deal: $100 at Best Buy We didn't test this set, the LG 32LM505BBUA, which seems to be available mainly at Best Buy. We did test the similar-sounding LG 32LM500BPUA, which sells for about $130. It was a decent-performing HD model. 32-Inch TCL 720p Roku Smart TV The deal: $120 at Best Buy and Walmart We didn't test this set, the TCL 32S325, but it's available at this price at several retailers right now. 32-Inch 720p Toshiba Fire TV Edition TV The deal: $130 at Amazon CR's test results: Toshiba 32LF221U19 This set, usually available only at Amazon and Best Buy, did well in our tests, with satisfying HD picture quality. Amazon calls it a "limited time" deal. 40-Inch Insignia 1080p TV The deal: $130 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Insignia NS-40D420NA20 This set, which does well for HD, was $180 at one point. It's a low price for a 40-inch set, but more models this size now have 4K rather than 1080p resolution. 40-Inch TCL 1080p Roku TV The deal: $170 at Target CR's test results: TCL 43S325 Based on the 1080p resolution, we think it's the 43-inch model, which usually sells for $200. But it could be the TCL 43S525, which is also around that price at several retailers. 40-Inch Samsung 1080p Smart TV The deal: $180 at Best Buy CR's test results: Samsung UN40N5200AFXZA The set is only listed as a 5-series Samsung, but we think it's this model because it's at the $180 price right now. It's a tested 1080p TV with top-notch HD picture quality in a world that's increasingly moving to 4K resolution. 40-Inch Vizio 4K Smart TV The deal: $200 at Target CR's test results: Vizio V405-G9 We found a Vizio model, the Vizio V405-G9, selling for about $240 on the Target website and elsewhere. It's an entry-level V series for 2019. 40-Inch Vizio 4K Smart TV The deal: $200 at Costco CR's test results: Vizio V405-G9 This set, an entry-level V-series 4K model that does well for HD and 4K picture quality in CR's testing, usually sells for about $30 more. 43-Inch Insignia 4K Fire TV Edition Smart TV, plus Amazon Echo Dot The deal: $200 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Insignia NS-43DF710NA19 This is our best guess for this set, which usually sells for about $3 more. Plus you get the free Echo Dot. However, it was one of the poorer performers in our ratings for overall picture quality. It's one of Best Buy's doorbuster deals. 43-inch TCL 4K Roku TV The deal: $220 at Target CR's test results: TCL 43S425 This could be the TCL 43S425, in the company's entry-level 4K series, which performs just okay in CR's tests. If it is this model, you'll save only about $10, because it' selling for around $230 right now at Target and several other retailers. 43-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $220 at Target CR's test results: Samsung UN43NU6900 We know this set is the Samsung UN43NU6900, an entry-level Samsung TV from 2018. It usually sells for about $280, so this is a decent savings. It was $280 just a couple months ago during Labor Day TV sales. 43-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $230 at Dell (plus a $25 eGift card) and Best Buy We didn't test this set, the LG 43UM6910PUA, but did evaluate its 49-inch sibling, which performed well for HD but not as good for 4K and HDR. It's the same price at both retailers, but Dell's $25 eGift card makes the deal there sweeter. 43-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $230 at Best Buy CR's test results: Samsung UN43NU6900 It's at this price right now at a few other retailers, including Target. Like many other NU6900 models from 2018, it did well overall for picture quality but came up short for HDR performance. It's one of Best Buy's doorbuster deals. 43-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $230 at Costco Not everyone is looking for a jumbo-sized TV. This model, the Samsung UN43NU6950FXZA, usually sells for about $280, so you save $50. It's an entry-level 4K set that, based on its model number, looks like a leftover 2018 model. Deals starts Nov. 22. 43-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $300 at Target CR's test results: LG 43UM7300PUA We're not sure which model is going on sale because there are a few new LG model numbers we're seeing this time of year. Our best guess based on the price is the LG 43UM7300PUA, which is selling at Walmart for about $350. That would make this a decent discount. Black Friday Deals on Midsized TVs 49-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $270 at Target CR's test results: LG 49UM6900PUA We think it's the LG 49UM6900PUA, which usually sells for about $300 at Target and elsewhere. It's an entry-level 4K set with decent picture quality but ineffective HDR performance. 50-Inch Westinghouse 4K Roku Smart TV The deal: $150 at Target This is a tough one, because Target doesn't have the model listed on the one 50-inch Westinghouse TV it carries, and there's no other info to go on. Our best guess is that it's the Westinghouse WR55UX4019. If so, BJ's has it for about $350. But given the very low price, it could be a special buy on another set made just for this sale. 50-Inch Philips 4K Roku TV The deal: $180 at Target CR's test results: Philips 50PFL5703 Our guess is the Philips 50PFL5703, a 2018 set that's selling for $215 at Target right now. If so, it sold for about $250 last year during Target's 2018 Black Friday sales. 50-Inch Vizio 4K Smart TV The deal: $248 at Walmart This is the Vizio D50x-G9, which we saw during Walmart’s Labor Day sale for $280. (It dropped to $268 a week or so later.) This set—in Vizio’s entry-level 4K, or Ultra High Definition, line—isn’t widely available outside of Walmart. 50-Inch TCL 4K Roku TV The deal: $250 at Best Buy and Target CR's test results: TCL 50S425 Our best guess is that this is the TCL 50S425, which is selling at Target, as well as Amazon and Best Buy, for about $280 right now. We didn't test it but expect only so-so performance. 50-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $280 at Best Buy and Target CR's test results: Samsung UN50NU6900 We know this model is the Samsung UN50NU6900, an entry-level model from 2018. It usually sells for about $330. The picture quality is admirable for a set priced this low, for both HD and ultra-HD content. But the HDR performance is subpar. 50-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $280 at Costco CR's test results: Samsung UN506950 Here's another $50 savings, on the Samsung UN50NU6950FXZA, which usually sells for about $330, including at BJ's right now. It's a 2018 set that did well in most of our tests but was subpar for HDR performance. This deal starts Nov. 22. 50-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $350 at Best Buy and Target CR’s test results: Samsung UN50RU7100FXZA Like many other Samsung TVs on this list, Best Buy's deal is no better than at other retailers. It's in an entry-level 4K series for 2019, and did well in our tests except for HDR. 55-Inch TCL 4K Roku TV The deal: $280 at Best Buy and Target. We didn't test this 4-series set, the TCL 55S425, but it's about $20 cheaper at Best Buy than elsewhere right now, because you can get the set at this price today. 55-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $300 at Best Buy CR's test results: LG 55UK6090PUA This set, which we tested, usually sells for about $380. While it did fine for HD picture quality, it wasn't great for 4K or HDR performance. It's a doorbuster. 55-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $330 at Best Buy and Target CR’s test results: Samsung UN55NU6900 This set, in the popular NU6900 series from last year, is $380 right now, so you'll save about $50. It has nice HD and 4K performance, but ineffective HDR. And it has very good built-in sound. 55-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $350 at Costco CR's test results: LG 55UM7300PUA This is an entry-level set that's selling for $380 right now at Costco and $400 at a few other retailers. We tested this model, and it did well overall. The deal is live now, and runs until Nov. 21. 55-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $350 at Costco CR's test results: Samsung UN55NU6950 This set, the Samsung UN55NU6950FXZA, is in the same entry-level 2018 4K series as the other sets listed above, and it performs similarly. It usually sells for about $380 and is that price at BJ's right now. This deal starts Nov. 22. 55-Inch Vizio 4K Smart TV The deal: $398 at Walmart This model, the Vizio M556-G4, isn’t widely available outside of Walmart, but it’s $500 on Vizio’s site right now. It’s part of Vizio’s midline M series sets, which have typically done well in CR’s tests for HD and 4K but not as well for high dynamic range (HDR). This is an online exclusive not available in stores. 55-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $450 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Samsung UN55RU7100FXZA Here's another Sony priced about the same elsewhere, including Walmart. We tested this set and it has top-notch HD picture quality and satisfying 4K, but its HDR performance is ineffective. 55-Inch Sony 4K Smart TV The deal: $500 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Sony XBR-55X800G The 2019 TV is this price now, and it's about $100 at some other retailers, including P.C. Richard & Son. It performs similarly to other X800G sets: nice HD and 4K picture quality, but ho-hum HDR. It also has a fairly wide viewing angle for an LCD-based set. 55-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $700 at Costco CR's test results: Samsung QN55Q6DR The deal on this set, the Samsung QN55Q6DRAFXZA, started last week, so it's available at this price now. BJ's and Sam's Club also have this model at the same price. It's an entry-level model in Samsung's top-tier QLED TV lineup, with enjoyable overall picture quality. This deal starts Nov. 22. 55-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $1,000 at Costco CR's test results: Samsung QN55Q7DR This set, the Samsung QN55Q7DRAFXZA, is the step-up model right above the Q6D TV mentioned above. It also went on sale starting last week, and it's at BJ's right now at this sale price. This deal starts Nov. 22. 55-Inch LG 4K OLED Smart TV The deal: $1,450 at Costco and Sam's Club CR's test results: LG OLED55C9AUA This is one of our top-rated sets for 2019. It's a step-up model above the B9-series sets. While this deal is supposed to start early, on Nov. 18, it was already at this price in early November. A similar model, the LG OLED55C9PUA, sold through electronics stores, is about $1,500 at several retailers. 55-Inch Sony 4K OLED Smart TV The deal: $1,500 at Best Buy, Dell, and Walmart CR’s test results: Sony 55A8G This set TV—the least expensive of the two new Sony OLEDs for 2019—delivers the goods, with top-notch HD and 4K picture quality and satisfying HDR. But it's no cheaper at these retailers than elsewhere right now. 58-Inch Insignia 4K Fire TV Edition TV, plus an Amazon Echo Dot The deal: $200 at Best Buy This could be the Insignia NS-58DF620NA20, which usually sells for $480. That would make it a compelling deal, especially considering that with many Insignia Fire TVs you get a free Amazon Echo Dot. We didn't test this set. It's a doorbuster. 58-Inch Hisense 4K Android TV The deal: $298 at Walmart CR’s test results: Hisense 58R6E This set seems to be available mainly at Walmart; we also saw it at the same price there in September. We tested this model, and while it did well for high-definition picture quality, it had subpar 4K performance and ineffective HDR. 58-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $380 at Costco CR's test results: Samsung UN58RU710D Costco doesn't name this set, but we think it's the Samsung UN58RU710D, the warehouse club version of the RU7100-series model sold elsewhere. If so, the same model is selling for about $470 to $500 right now at Costco and BJ's. It has satisfying overall picture quality but stumbles when it comes to HDR, or high dynamic range. The deal is live now and runs until Nov. 21. It's a doorbuster. Black Friday Deals on Big-Screen TVs 60-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $430 at Target CR's test results: LG 60UM6900PUA If we've guessed right about the model, then Target and most other retailers are selling this LG for about $500 right now. It's in the same LG entry-level set we've seen in other screen sizes. 65-Inch Element 4K Roku TV The deal: $280 at Target Given its super-low price for its size, this appears to be some kind of special buy. We don't see a 65-inch 4K Roku model at this low price anywhere. Our best guess is that it's the Element E4SW6518RKU, which was on sale earlier this year for about $450. If it is this set, it did well for HD picture quality but was below par for 4K and HDR performance. 65-Inch Hisense 4K Smart TV The deal: $300 at Best Buy The model is the Hisense 65H6500F, a TV that uses the Android TV smart TV system. We don't really see this TV much, but we do see the Hisense 65H6570F model, linked above, selling for $500. We'll have to see if this is the model that's on sale; it looks like an H6500F set was available at some point. This is a real Black Friday doorbuster for Friday. Best Buy says it will hand out tickets to those in line 1 hour before the doors open at 8 a.m. 65-Inch Vizio 4K Smart TV The deal: $400 at Costco This entry-level V-series set isn't showing up on Costco's site yet. We think it could be the Vizio V655-G9, which usually sells for about $530. The deal starts on Nov. 22. 65-Inch TCL 4K Roku Smart TV The deal: $400 at Target and Best Buy If this is the larger size in TCL's S425 entry-level 4K series, also listed above, it's about $450 right now at Best Buy and Target, and a few other retailers. It's listed as a doorbuster in the Best Buy ad. We didn't test this model, but while some higher-series TCLs do very well in our ratings, 4-series sets haven't. 65-Inch Vizio 4K Smart TV The deal: $400 at Costco This entry-level V-series set isn't showing up on Costco's site yet. We think it could be the Vizio V655-G9, which usually sells for about $530. The deal starts on Nov. 22. 65-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $480 at Target CR's test results: Samsung UN65NU6900 This is yet another model in Samsung's entry-level 4K series for 2018. It's selling for $550 at Target, as well as at Best Buy and Walmart. 65-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $480 at Target CR's test results: LG 65UM6900PUA We're guessing this is in the same MU6900 series as the 60-inch LG listed higher up. If so, the sale price is only about $20 cheaper than the price the set is going for right now. The performance is so-so, about what you might expect for a 65-inch set priced this low. 65-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $480 at Best Buy CR's test results: Samsung UN65NU6900 Like many other Samsung TVs in this roundup, you can get this set at this price starting today. We've been seeing this TV, a 2018 model, at several other retailers, including Walmart, for the same price. Like many entry-level sets, it did well for HD and 4K picture quality but not as great with HDR. 65-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $500 at Costco CR's test results: LG 65UM7300AUA Costco lists this set as the LG 65UM7300, but we think it's the LG 65UM7300AUA—a bigger sibling to a set we list above—which is selling for $580 right now. That means you'll save about $80. The set performed well overall, though not as well as the smaller set for HDR. The early deal runs until Nov. 21. 65-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $480 at BJ's, $500 at Costco CR's test results: Samsung UN65NU6950 Another model in Samsung's entry-level series, this is the UN65NU6950FXZA, and before the sale starts it's been about $550 at Costco and BJ's. It was $650 during the Super Bowl TV sale last winter. The deal starts Nov. 22. 65-Inch Sony 4K Smart TV The deal: $700 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Sony XBR-65X800G This set is already at this price at Best Buy and several other retailers. It's a midline Sony 4K set that does well for HD and 4K picture, but it's not as good with HDR content. 65-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $780 at Costco CR's test results: Samsung UN65RU800D You can save about $100 on the Samsung UN65RU800DFXZA, basically the warehouse version of the Samsung UN65RU8000 model. We tested this set, and it did well for everything except HDR. The deal starts Nov. 22. 65-Inch Sony 4K Smart TV The deal: $1,100 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Sony XBR-65X900F, This step-up Sony model from 2018 model did well in our tests, with nice overall picture quality and an effective HDR experience. While it's a good set, Best Buy's deal is no better than what we've seen elsewhere. 65-Inch Samsung 4K QLED Smart TV The deal: $1,000 at Best Buy and Walmart CR’s test results: Samsung QN65Q60RAFXZA This is another TV that's at this price almost everywhere. In our tests it did well overall but delivered only a Fair HDR experience. 65-Inch Samsung 4K QLED Smart TV The deal: $1,200 at Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart CR’s test results: Samsung QN65Q70RAFXZA It's at this price several places right now, so it's not a special deal. However, it's a great set; as you step up from the Q60R to Q70R models you get top-notch HD and 4K picture quality, plus an effective HDR experience. It's a doorbuster. 65-Inch Samsung 4K QLED Smart TV The deal: $1,700 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Once again this Samsung QLED TV, in the series just below the pricey flagship Q90R series, is at this price everywhere. It's a top performer with a surprisingly wide viewing angle for an LCD-based set. It's a doorbuster. 65-Inch LG 4K OLED Smart TV The deal: $1,800 at Best Buy CR’s test results: LG OLED65B9 This LG OLED TV, its least expensive model, is among the best TVs you can buy in 2019. You'll save about $200 at Best Buy's sale, because it's $2,000 almost everywhere else, including at the Costco Black Friday sale. 65-Inch LG 4K OLED Smart TV The deal: $2,000 at Costco CR's test results: LG OLED65B9PUA Another top model, this is LG's entry-level OLED TV for 2019. It's an online-only sale. However, it's available at this price right now at Costco and for a few dollars less at several other retailers. The deal starts Nov. 22. 65-Inch LG 4K OLED Smart TV The deal: $2,250 at Costco CR's test results: LG OLED65C9AUA This deal doesn't make much sense for shoppers, because the set—the LG OLED65C9AUA—is selling at Costco right now for $2,050 and at BJ's for $2,250. It's another top-rated set, though, among the best we've tested. 65-Inch Sony 4K OLED Smart TV The deal: $2,000 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Sony 65A8G This 65-inch set—the less expensive of the two new Sony OLED TVs for 2019—delivers top-notch picture quality and a satisfying HDR experience, just shy of the very best sets we've tested. But it's at this price just about everywhere. Black Friday Deals on Jumbo TVs 70-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $550 at Best Buy The ad only says it's a 6-series set, so it could be the Samsung UN70NU6070FXZA, though that set is $800 right now. In general, Samsung 6-series models are entry-level TVs that tend to do fine for overall picture quality but typically fall short of providing a satisfying HDR experience. We didn't test this model, which is from 2018. It's listed in the Best Buy ad as a doorbuster. 70-Inch Vizio 4K Smart TV The deal: $700 at Costco This set, in Vizio's midtier M-series, isn't listed yet. We think it's the Vizio M706-G0, which is selling at this price at a few retailers, including Dell. However, if it's the Vizio M706-G3, it usually sells for about $200 more. We didn't test either of these models. The deal starts Nov. 22. 75-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $750 at Best Buy We didn't test this set, the Samsung UN75NU6900, in this screen size, but it's yet another NU6900 model from 2018. It's a doorbuster. 75-Inch Samsung 4K Smart TV The deal: $750 at Costco Costco is shaving about $150 off the price of this set, the Samsung UN75NU6950FXZA, yet another model in this popular TV series. It's $1,000 at Sam's Club right now. The deal starts Nov. 22. 75-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $799, plus $100 eGift card at Dell You can find this set, the LG 75UM6970PUB, at a few other retailers for about $50 less, but it's a better deal at Dell if you can use the $100 eGift card. It's an entry-level 4K set. We didn't test this model, but we did evaluate its 70-inch sibling, which did well overall. 75-Inch LG Smart TV The deal: $1,000 at Costco You'll save only about $100 on this model, the LG 75UM8070PUA, which usually sells for about $1,100. We see this set only at Costco right now. The sale starts Nov. 22. 75-Inch Sony 4K Smart TV The deal: $1,100 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Sony XBR-75X800G You can get this Sony model at this price elsewhere. It performs well, but its HDR experience is only so-so. 75-Inch Samsung 4K QLED Smart TV The deal: $1,500 at Best Buy CR’s test results: Samsung QN75Q60RAFXZA You guessed it—it's at this price, or a few dollars less, elsewhere. It performs similarly to other Q60R sets, with just a bit better HDR. 75-Inch Vizio 4K Smart TV The deal: $1,700 at Costco This is among the better deals we've seen. This TV, the Vizio PX75-G1, usually sells for about $2,200. It's a flagship model in Vizio's TV lineup. We tested the 65-inch version of this set, the Vizio PX65-G1, and it was top-notch for picture quality, including HDR. The deal starts Nov. 22. 75-Inch Samsung 4K QLED Smart TV The deal: $2,000 at Best Buy We didn't test this set, the Samsung QN75Q70RAFXZA, the larger version of the Q70R model above. It's $2,000 everywhere. 75-Inch Sony 4K Smart TV The deal: $2,500 at Best Buy We didn't test this model, the Sony XBR-75X950G, but it's priced the same at most retailers. Based on our experience with smaller versions, we expect it to do very well, because it's near the top of Sony's lineup. 77-Inch LG 4K OLED Smart TV The deal: $4,950 at Costco and Sam's Club This is one of the largest OLED TVs we've seen. You can buy the set—the LG OLED77C9AUB—at Costco right now at this price, well ahead of the sale's Nov. 18 kickoff. It's also at this price now at Sam's Club. 82-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $1,600 at Best Buy We didn't test this set, LG 82UM8070PUA, but it's about $100 cheaper during Best Buy's sale than at other retailers right now. 85-Inch Sony 4K Smart TV The deal: $3,000 at Best Buy This Sony 2018 set, the Sony XBR-85X900F, is also this price at almost every other retailer. We didn't test this TV, but based on our experience with other X900F models, we expect it do very well in terms of overall picture quality. 86-Inch LG 4K Smart TV The deal: $1,950 at Costco The LG 86UM8070AUB is currently selling for $2,250. This sale starts Nov. 11, a bit earlier than most of the other deals. We saw this set offered for about the same price at the Sam's Club early Black Friday sale. The sale starts Nov. 22.
  6. tubby_mcgee

    If you’re looking for a new tv....

    Based on feel, the top TV's these days are: 1.) Samsung/LG 2.) Vizio/Hitatchi/Sony/Panasonic 20 years ago...Sony was #1. I have a Consumer Reports subscription. I wonder what they say. On TV's over 60"..... ALL of the top rated 20 TV's are: SONY LG SAMSUNG No other company is in the ballpark.
  7. I doubt its a conspiracy...BUT...the MORE I try to learn about this...its getting weirder. So, InfoWars head also sued by one of the families for saying it was fake. Lets for a moment I saw it with my eyes, first hand and so did the InfoWars guy...and knew for 100% it was real, but yakked that it was fake. Like, that's not slander. That's stupidity. That's ... I dunno. Its not slander though. Its something someone doesn't like to hear. So I can sue someone (and have a great chance to win) if someone says something I don't like? Whhhhuuuuut da fawwwwwk. ? Lemme Try. I don't like hearing that a family is a such poosays, that they sue someone based on hearing something they don't want to hear. So, I guess I've gotta sue 'em. ?? Imagine, for a moment folks, if everyone acted on that. Sue another party if they said or did something you didn't like or disagreed with. Where would that take us? What would society end up being like? Also, lots of Space Shuttle Challenger, Kennedy, 911 bombings, etc conspiracy pages and youtube videos out there. Sandy Hook? Not any more. Virtually all gone. Searching those key words takes you to pages that show major news organizations, (CBS, etc) criticizing those that mention conspiracy. Why? Why remove those? And who is in charge of removing those? Who is the supreme entity removing them from the entire above ground internet? That in itself, is fawked. I trust this government and media less and less every day. On youtube, I typed "Moon Landing F " and it suggested tons of individuals pages "Moon Landing Fake" --- from regular folks with channels all giving their .02. Try that with Sandy Hook. Its laughable-- its all MSM, chastising anyone with conspiracy theories. And If I see that it is THAT focked...(removing everything about it that mentions conspiracy), why wouldn't I believe they are capable of MUCH, MUCH, worse?
  8. tubby_mcgee

    Dow Jones finishes today 0.00%

    Nooooo... Had I put the title as "Dow Finishes at 0.00" then when you opened it, it said "% change" That woulda been misleading.
  9. Hmmm..... I will add this. Many of the "conspiracy" theory websites regarding Sandy Hook are gone. And I see someone got sued because they said Sandy Hook didn't happen. So If I say "Moon Landing" didn't happen, can families of those that landed on the moon sue me? What the fock. So if a guy says Sandy Hook didn't happen, can't families or whoever just say "You're wrong" ? Or "You're wrong, ya idiot" ? Do they need money from the guy who was wrong to make them feel better? Did the 450,000 make his tummy ache go away?
  10. tubby_mcgee

    Dow Jones finishes today 0.00%

    That is ... uhhh... crazy. Closed exactly the same as yesterday, down to the nearest hundredth. https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=EiHLXfTKHKW6ggfmwZTQBw&q=dow+jones+today&oq=dow+jones+today&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0i131l5j0j0i131l4.1607.4276..4695...0.0..0.207.1862.1j14j1......0....1..gws-wiz.....6..0i362i308i154i357j0i131i70i250.WuRlKJNhZhg&ved=0ahUKEwj0m5CLzOXlAhUlneAKHeYgBXoQ4dUDCAc&uact=5 I assume it's going to make some sort of headline later?
  11. Here is one thing that I found without looking much. https://www.petakillsanimals.com/peta-caught-using-staged-video-of-animal-torture/
  12. Again...the older I get...the more I realize it could be internet lore, wives tale, half truth, conspiracy, or 100% false or 100% true. I thought they got caught doing something....like...I don't know....something the opposite of what their agenda promotes, and "framed" the other side, to make themselves look like heroes. Something with fox or mink. Gosh...I don't know. I'll try to look it up.
  13. I think that can happen. I doubt it happened with Sandy Hook. But I don't know. I wasn't there. All I can go by is internet links. Most show it happened. Of course some show it didn't. Like, PETA bashing animals faces in with baseball bats on tape, then using that tape to promote being nice to animals.
  14. I agree with 90% of what you say. I disagree with it being a "conspiracy". I'm pretty sure it happened. Now that being said.... retards all around. The Supreme Court, by allowing it, the families by suing the gun manufacturer. So they are NOT suing the guy who did the shooting. They ARE suing the middle man (Remington). Why not sue American Steel or wherever they got the steel or other parts from to make the gun? Why not sue Roger, an employee of Remington? Why not sue God? He made it all possible. Nope, the money. Go where the money is. The middle man. Its a money grab. Nothing more. Retards looking for easy money.
  15. Absolutely. The school should be sued into non-existence. Then, IF the any of those families sue Remington, those families should be sued into bankruptcy for being so stupid and just wanting to partake in a money grab.
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