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16 Responses to Pores!

  1. Bret says:

    I may need to offer my advertising services to several zit cream manufacturers in light of this.

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  3. Chaz says:

    I didn’t know the truth behind this very recently, when I got some glasses that allow me to actually see the clarity of my recently purchased HDTV. Watching films from the 80s is terrifying now.

  4. Jack Hadley says:

    Great one, Jessica. — Jack

  5. Isherwood says:

    Ain’t it the truth! Once I started watching HD, I realized that it’s a mixed blessing. Still, there’s something really great about the picture seeming like they’re in the room with you.

  6. John says:

    hehe, every time I walk by the movie section at Best Buy I wonder if people actually buy the Blu-ray versions of movies that were made before we had/started using HD cameras for filming.

  7. Seriously. Obama looked like he was wearing powder blue eye shadow at his 100 day press conference.

  8. Jamie says:

    Secret first executive transvestite president! Izzard’s just been one-upped!

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  10. Jamie says:

    This is a call to everyone to please step outside the HD vs. SD paradigm.

    See, I brought it back on-topic for ya! No thanks necessary.

  11. Jonathanf says:

    I know you said no thanks necessary Jamie, but…thanks.

  12. John says:

    Jamie wins.

  13. Rafi says:

    Love this one.

  14. Hugh says:

    He may be a swell guy, but when I saw my first HD picture of Missouri’s Lieutenant Governor, I may have screamed a little…

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  16. jzono1 says:

    Just a reminder for the commenters above who think high definition versions of old movies are silly; Old movies were shot on film, and have enough resolution to look better on bluray than dvd if the transfer is done right.