2004 Best Buy Black Friday Adscan

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blue3715
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Re: 2004 Best Buy Black Friday Adscan

Postby blue3715 » Wed Nov 19, 2014 5:56 pm

steffj89 wrote:That was the year I got the cheap shop vac at Home Depot for 10$ and craftsman shop lights for Chris...ooooh and I won a 100 AMEX gift check for doing a Good Housekeeping survey so I bought towels at Penneys


Every year walmart, etc has a wet/dry vac for like $20. Def make sure you get the 5gal+ and AT LEAST 5HP in power.

I got one finally , just for $20.. but its soooo worth it.. when my toilet was overflowing (clean water fortunately) and my bathroom had 1/2" of water, the vac saved the day.

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Re: 2004 Best Buy Black Friday Adscan

Postby raymacfla » Wed Nov 19, 2014 9:08 pm

BFVet wrote:http://imgur.com/a/tf2mV

The good old days... Opened at 6:00am on Friday.

Was this your ad? It brought back some good memories, then i saw the sweet tracks freebie near the back of the ad. I had to go find mine, still perfectly preserved in the tin from 2004!

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Re: 2004 Best Buy Black Friday Adscan

Postby Captain_Canada » Sun Nov 23, 2014 7:26 am

Sony - 60" Class (60" Diag.) - LED - 1080p - 120Hz - Smart - HDTV - Black
Model: KDL60R510A • SKU: 8548083

Prices valid:
November 27-29, 2014
$799.99
SAVE $200
(Reg. $999.99)

And the current advertisement.....

$648.99
ON SALE
Regular Price: $999.99
You Save: $351.00
In Store Only

WTH???

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Re: 2004 Best Buy Black Friday Adscan

Postby blue3715 » Mon Nov 24, 2014 9:27 am

another older model. cant even find it anywhere else but Best Buy.

This is a 60hz TV being purported as 120hz due to some motion blur reduction tech they use. "Motionflow 240" is all an advertising/marketing term to make you think you are getting a better tv.

Do not be fooled. do not let ANY salesperson tell you that some "technology" in the tv makes the native 60hz work like 120hz. Ask him how they resolved the 3:2 pulldown? How do you display 24fps in 60hz? um.. 60/24 = 2.5 last i checked..


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