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The holidays are less than a few months away, so start that wish list. If your family doesn’t already enjoy the clarity of high-definition during TV time on a regular basis, then the time to invest in an LCD TV is sooner than later.

Samsung has been the leader in high-definition televisions for years now. The LN46C630 46″ LCD TV is on sale for a discounted price so low that you’ll have to find out for yourself. I don’t know myself exactly how low, but it’s most likely below a grand and includes free shipping.

Enjoy the quality of 1080p with a 120Hz refresh rate. You haven’t experienced Blu-ray unless you have viewed it on an HDTV. With 4 HDMI ports on this particular model, an adequate number of hi-def inputs for your PS3, XBOX 360, HTPC, and/or Blu-ray player are available on this Samsung LCD TV.

Free up some floor space in your home and treat your family to a bigger, better screen. The hypnotic glow of an LCD TV surpasses those old dinosaur boxes. You’ll never want to go back once you own one of your very own HDTV.

Samsung produces some of the best televisions available today and has been at the forefront of innovating HD televisions for years now. Being one of the most popular brands that consumers can trust is a tell-tale sign that satisfaction is guaranteed.

the perfect monitor replacement

Optimal picture and video quality is always desired when someone enjoys a movie or streams a sitcom over broadband. Whether it’s in your living room, in your bedroom, or your workstation, you should be enjoying the experience of high-definition. It’s almost 2010, and HD is the standard of this upcoming decade.

LCD televisions were a bit pricy only a couple years ago, but they have lowered in price immensely since then. You can find a Samsung 26-inch LCD TV on sale for as low as $320 with free shipping. The T260HD is a perfect replacement for that CRT monitor that burns your eyeballs and seems less than adequate these days.

Clear off desk space and give it up for a high-definition experience. Connect a 5.1 audio sound system to your computer setup and you’re ready to make your friends jealous. Samsung is one of the leaders in the electronics industry and makes some of the best HDTVs currently on the market.

With 1920 x 1200 resolution, HDMI/DVI/VGA inputs, a built-in DTV tuner, lower power consumption, and 10000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, these small fry is well worth its price. Position it near the kitchen to watch while you cook or enjoy dinner. Keep in the bedroom to play your favorite sleepytime movies. If you don’t already own an HDTV, then investing in this eye candy can be the start of a lasting relationship.

the 5-4-3-2-1’s

I haven’t updated you guys with what’s been going on with me for a while, so here’s that post.

I’ve been working at my new job for a couple months now, and I like it. It’s a job. It keeps the bills paid and keeps me from starving. Some days are difficult to wake up to at four in the morning especially if I went to bed late. My circadian rhythm takes a couple days to adjust, but it’s not too bad.

My weekly schedule has become relatively routine. I’ll get into detail about it right now, because I have your attention and it’s fun to re-read these in the future to see what I was doing back then. Ready or not…

The 40-hour work week seems to go by almost as quickly as the weekend, since I have a routine that I follow as much as possible if nothing else interrupts it or a scheduling conflict occurs. I must warn you that this isn’t very exciting but makes for a good indulgent ramble.

I work from 5am to 1pm Monday thru Friday. I work out to the gym for an hour after work on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. I go to the library after work on Tuesdays to borrow more materials to expand my data collection and to return materials I’ve checked out from the previous week that I’m done using. On Wednesdays, I meet Mare down at campus have lunch somewhere nearby. After we finish lunch, I’ll pass by the comic shop to pick up my week’s pull.

I enjoy FOX and NBC television programming Monday thru Friday with my favorite shows. If I am home anywhere between 2pm-4pm, then I am usually watching Rachael Ray at 2, The Doctors at 3, and/or Jeopardy! at 4. I don’t watch much of the news from 5-6:30, but I always try to catch Wheel of Fortune at 6:30. Between 5-6:30, I’ll either do something on the computer or spend the time doing chores or reading something. After Wheel, the evening programming goes underway which will usually take me to my bedtime.

On Mondays, Heroes comes on at 8. We’ve been watching more Chuck mainly because it’s right after Wheel and before Heroes and we usually eat dinner around that time. I didn’t like Chuck much in the beginning, but I’ve seen so many episodes I just watch it.

On Tuesday, American Idol is currently going on followed by the results show the next day. I don’t watch Fringe, so I stop watching TV after 8 on Tuesdays. Wednesday has Lie to Me before the Idol results show, and I’m enjoying that show. Thursday programming is a conflict between FOX and NBC right now, but I go with FOX for Bones and Hell’s Kitchen and catch up on NBC comedy over the weekend via Mininova.

I try to do something other than watch TV after Wheel of Fortune, because Howie Do It just isn’t good. I try to go out to the Hideout every other week on Friday and have been keeping up with it since I started. The Hideout is a great pub nearby which has an excellent jukebox selection. On weeks that I just want to stay in, I’ll chill out at the apartment watching ISO TV, a DVD, playing PS3,

I keep Saturdays and Sundays open for whatever. I try to visit my parents every couple weeks at least. I take care of something that I am unable to do during the week or do something that was either happening on the weekend or is best saved for the weekend. For example, yesterday was Record Store Day. I had to get me a copy of Dookie on vinyl. When Mare and I arrived at Waterloo Records only about ten minutes after they opened, all of the copies were gone. Fortunately, a guy put down the last copy and Mare scooped it right up. Score!

On most Sundays, I like to do next to nothing or whatever wasn’t done on Saturday. After the weekend is up, the process is repeated. Peace out.