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    State considers ban on big screen TVs
    In their continuing quest to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, state regulators have uncovered a new villain in the war on global warming : your big screen TV

    when will it end?

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    All I'm getting is a blank page.
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    cal just needs to keep on with their business unfriendly regulations and taxes. People will leave the state, others won't be able to afford the big TV's -- problem solved.

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    I think they should just ban all TVs. It would give people more time to surf the Internet and shop online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loxly
    All I'm getting is a blank page.
    That's part of the energy saving strategy, too.

    I got a blank page the first time too, but after reloading the page I could see the article.
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    I knew there was a reason I never bought one

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelColey
    I think they should just ban all TVs. It would give people more time to surf the Internet and shop online.
    I'm in favor of this. Just pump all the channels on the net. I'll pay for the ones I like for like 1.99-$ 4.99 per each subscribed channel or a package deal of like 10 for $35. That way I just watch what I like and do away with comcast and Qwest etc. How many people really watch the 109 channels that come with a cable bill anyhow?

    The standard NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS, CNN should all just keep going with how they run there online stations.

    Hulu is a nice touch too

    Just reread the post...it's just screen size and not the delivery.
    I'm still like Micheal's idea
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