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Originally Posted by agogley View Post

Indeed. It was Solomon's wives that led to his demise. Solomon had 700 wives and 300 concubines.

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Originally Posted by dobyblue View Post

LOL, we're definitely not far off - the FDA allows fast-tracking of pharmaceutical products left, right and center while raiding Amish farms at 5am for selling raw milk.

Now they're going to set-up the potential to remove all natural supplements from the market that use ingredients that weren't in use before 1994 - http://www.naturalnews.com/032912_FD...pplements.html

Plasma is not dead, but the regulatory agencies in the US are doing their best to make sure you will be before your 65th birthday.

The motivation for the supplement changes is entirely company from big pharma, which hates the supplement industry with a passion. Heaven forbid non-patentable formulations should do anything for you and get in the way of their drugs. Lovaza is more or less Costco fish oil....

Sorry to go off topic, but the motivation for Energy Star is coming from a different place, even if it might ultimately harm plasma sales -- and so far it hasn't thanks to allowing plasma to pass muster using the "standard" modes.
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Originally Posted by rogo View Post

The motivation for the supplement changes is entirely company from big pharma, which hates the supplement industry with a passion. Heaven forbid non-patentable formulations should do anything for you and get in the way of their drugs. Lovaza is more or less Costco fish oil....

Sorry to go off topic, but the motivation for Energy Star is coming from a different place, even if it might ultimately harm plasma sales -- and so far it hasn't thanks to allowing plasma to pass muster using the "standard" modes.

I have my own views but I don't want to jump the shark any more than it already has.
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As an owner of an 1150 Kuro, which I am contemplating selling as we speak, I certainly hope PDP don't go anywhere. I still feel my 50" Kuro blows away pretty much everything out there as far as PQ goes. I hate to even consider parting with it because I have NO clue what to look at in a smaller size.
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Originally Posted by extreme22 View Post

Dude are u really on crack, saying that D8000 LED outperforms the D8000 plasma on blacks dude really
i have both sets side by side in our store, and all i can say is that the black on the d8000 led looks purpleish and on the plasma it is dark black,

and just so u know Lg has one LED that performs just like a plasma
and frankly i am a plasma man, but this lg has the 7000d and 8000d on the run, lw5700 led, at the same time you really need to know what you are talking about,

extreme, are you referring to the LG 55/47/XXLW5700 that has passive 3D? Just trying to sanity check myself because I recently returned one thinking the 5600 was better (spec-wise), but was very disappointed in the 5600's PQ. Was starting to question myself if I was just seeing things ... that I should have kept the 5700 a little longer to see them side-by-side, but your comment seems to support my impression. Thanks.
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