(This was written before I saw Lance's post on gadgets.
This post could be called an unintentional co-post. Is that a word? Now it is!)
episode that aired on Oct 1, 1955
Ralph Kramden does not want to buy a TV set because
I'm waiting for 3D TV
He could be called the ultimate
Well Ralph, your wait is over!
3D TV is
if you have 9000 dollars to spend.
And you should look
for more information.
I won't buy it until its MUCH cheaper and MUCH better.
Actually I may not buy it at all. Do I really need it?
Monsters vs Aliens
Ice Age: The Dawn
of the Dinosaurs are already out in 3D.
The Shrek series should be soon. Some sporting events are being
broadcast in 3D.
(Information from the most recent Consumer Reports Magazine which
had an article on 3D TV.)
In America one needs a cell phone and a computer to function in society
(there are exceptions).
People selling and improving cell phones and computers are supplying a need.
People selling and improving HDTV and 3D-TV are creating the demand.
Do we really need these things? I would say no.
Will our great great nieces wonder how we ever managed without them?
Probably. We wonder how our great great grandparents managed without TV.
Some of us wonder how our grandparents managed without cable.
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