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Thread: Scott's Adverntue at the 3D Theater

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teehar View Post
    Scott,they should have at the very least,gave you your money back for the Croods.Anyway,glad you fixed it for them.
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    NY, CT, Mass that would never happen. Surprised the guy even said thanks. People are different in the south. Except maybe Ft. Lauderdale to Miami. They're either from Colombia, Cuba, or the northeast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Landis View Post
    NY, CT, Mass that would never happen. Surprised the guy even said thanks. People are different in the south. Except maybe Ft. Lauderdale to Miami. They're either from Colombia, Cuba, or the northeast.
    If they are that different Don,I hope I never have to move to the north!

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    My wife has caught this a few times at our place. Our old DLP projector uses dlp flash to let the glasses know to open and close and sometimes it will start on the wrong side (right eye seeing what the left eye is suppose to see). Anyways this faux 3D is pretty obvious once you know what you are looking for. Good eye Scott.

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    Out of curiosity I flipped my polarized 3D glasses upside-down the first time I saw a 3D movie just to see the difference. It does look a little weird, but I can also see how it would go unnoticed in a room full of folks that really don't know what they are looking at.


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