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Old 05-17-2017   #11
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Re: The Big Screen vs The Small Screen

Going to the cinema seems like a pointless gamble considering how awful the general public are. I'm fine watching all my movies (generally old horror b-movies) through my laptop, which is always hooked up to my moderately sized television.

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