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LMAO! Well, now you have at least 10 other bloggers that read your posts. "...some have zero influence, ..." Hey, I resemble that remark, except for the pigtails. Those went away with the TSR games. Thanks for a good laugh. Best of luck in your new position. I'm off to my next secret society-like tweetup. Cheers!
Toggle Commented Feb 24, 2010 on Wine Bloggers Bite The Big One! at Dirty South Wine
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First of all, if you have a Blu-ray player with Netflix, you're getting about the same resolution for your Netflix movies as a DVD player. Switching from the Blu-ray player to streaming content switches the resolution from 1080p to 480i. Second, the Wii doesn't get any better resolution than a DVD player provided you're using the correct connecting cable, so why switch from Blu-ray to a Wii. That just doesn't make sense. Finally, in order to get the better resolution and better color fidelity, you need to use the component video cable for the Wii. If you're using the composite cable, you might as well be watching old analog television. The fact of the matter is that the Wii just hasn't caught up with HD TV yet while the XBox 360 and many Blu-ray players support higher resolutions already. I have both a Wii and a Blu-ray player, both hooked up to the same TV so I don't really have a need for Netflix on the Wii, but I could see a market for it.
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