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Jim Reid wrote:Look, Mr. Silentsplease or whatever your name is. My reading comprehension is just fine. It's you who is living this fantasy where 3D has died and is unavailable. Go to Amazon right now and you'll find a large section of 3D blu-rays and go into any electronics store....even in Indiana, and you will find a large selection of 3D TVs and 3D Blu-ray players. You might even find 3D projectors in some of the higher end stores. There's plenty of them available on line.
Yeah, on Amazon you can also find lots of VHS for sale, lots of HD DVDs; go to ebay and find lots of laserdiscs for sale too, Hahahah.... See the tremendous ease with which I dismantled your argument yet again? Look at the upcoming list of BD releases and you'll see an ever-shrinking list of 3D titles. THIS ISN'T FANTASY, Jim. THE PUBLIC REJECTED 3D, THAT IS A FACT. The poor ticket sales for 3D films and poor sales of 3D TVs should've clued you in long ago that the public had rejected it. I don't know why I have to keep beating this dead horse, LOL. Sure, there are still niche 3D titles coming out. But you people need to face reality that it will become harder and harder to keeping making them especially for independents. It is already hard to make *2D* DVDs and BDs, let alone 3D. We all want to support what Robert Furmanek and his company do, but STOP BEING DISINGENUOUS by encouraging people to blow thousands (YES, THOUSANDS, OR MORE; because, HELLO, not everyone's home has a large enough room for a projection system) on a technology that will have less and less content going forward and thus become essentially outdated.