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At $810,000, this is a shade above my entertainment budget. :)
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That's just sick.
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But you couldn't watch when it's raining...or at least you wouldn't want to.

It can be nice to curl up on the sofa and watch a movie when the weather is less than ideal outside.
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But you couldn't watch when it's raining...or at least you wouldn't want to.

It can be nice to curl up on the sofa and watch a movie when the weather is less than ideal outside.

1poorguy


Interesting but I don’t see a market when for lesser cost one could have a digital projector and that inside. I doubt they’d sell any for here in the PNW where rain comes in week-long swaths.

We’ve just had a week of rain and you’re so right: close off outside and enjoy inside. Double that when there’s daylight savings time and it gets dark at 5 in the afternoon.

MichaelR
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And here I thought the 80" I saw last weekend at BJ's Wholesale Club was big.
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Totally awesomely sick!!!!
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A couple of stray thoughts:

If I had that wife, that house, and that car, I don't think I would be spending that much time watching all that much TV, and when I did watch I don't think I would be going outside the mansion to do so (or did I miss how it also repels chiggers and mosquitos, etc.?).

I thought there was a long delay between powering my JVC on and seeing an actual picture.

Ken
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