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Discussion in 'Season Pass Alerts' started by jayfest, Oct 27, 2008.
It apparently wasn't in HD. Did you also mean that it was monaural, too?
It's a Simpsons episode reference.
In the episode a slick salesman sells Springfield exactly what they don't need.
It was in HD on Fox.
For those that care:
Some Early results are:
The Obama ad drew a combined 26 million-plus viewers.
"Pushing Daisies" had a 4.0/6 Rating, only slightly better than its season average thus far.
No, it wasn't. It was incorrectly flagged as HD on Fox. It was SD everywhere. (Letterboxed, though, apart from the live bit at the end. So I watched it Zoomed on an SD channel.)
I think the Barack Obama website should have this in its entirety.
I accidently recorded it twice. I set my Series 2 to get it on NBC and my HD picked it up on my Countdown on MSNBC. Geeze.
The ratings on it were high.
I was a little disappointed that it wasn't in HD, so it was boxed all the way around and I didn't want to figure out how to zoom on a TV that wasn't mine, lest I couldn't change it back easily.
I enjoyed it, but I doubt anyone who watched it was for The Other Guy and will now be voting for That One, and I also doubt that someone who wasn't going to vote watched this and is now going to vote.
I do sometimes, because it doesn't actually come out of my refund. It comes out of the taxes I paid already and goes into that fund. You could check that box even if you owe taxes.
I have a thing called a DVR, I can watch what I want when I want although I watched Obama's 30 minute ad as it was on since it was 'commercial free'. Hey, I spent enough money donating to his campaign, I deserve it. Finally the PACs don't control the spending the people do. Go Obama!
Here Israeli analyst provides a detailed comparison of Obama to Michael Jackson: http://samsonblinded.org/blog/michael-jackson-for-president.htm
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Once the Season Pass alert was posted, that should have been the end of discussion.