Magnavox 37" LCD 720p HDTV Class of 2009 chose not to submit quote
Voted "Most Likely To Buy Us Beer" Voted "Most Mysterious" By The Freshmen Women's Lit Class
After seven years, Magnavox 37" LCD 720p HDTV has finally done it. We're proud of him. His immediate plans are to get drunk and sleep late. Our school security has already been instructed to trespass him should he return to campus, and especially if he goes near the Freshmen Women's Lit Class.
Warranty: 90 Day Philips
Authorized for SquareTrade Extended Warranty
37" 720p with 1366×768 native resolution and 8ms response time
ATSC/QAM Tuner, built in HDTV tuner
500 cd/m2 brightness
176 (vertical/horizontal) degree viewing angle
Anti-reflection coated screen
2 HDMI ports with component, S-video, and composite inputs
S/PDIF coaxial digital audio
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Brightness: 500 cd/m²
Contrast ratio (typical): 1200:1
Display screen type: LCD WXGA Active Matrix TFT
Panel resolution: 1366×768p
Picture enhancement: 3/2 - 2/2 motion pull down, 3D Combfilter, 3D MA deinterlacing, Automatic skin tone correction, Black stretch, Blue stretch, 2D/3D noise reduction, Green enhancement, Progressive Scan, White stretch
Response time (typical): 8ms
Screen enhancement: Anti-Reflection coated screen
Viewing angle (H / V): 176 / 176 degree
Sound System: Mono, Stereo, SAP, Dolby Digital (AC-3)
Output power (RMS): 2 speakers @ 10w each
Sound Enhancement: Virtual Surround Sound
Ease of Installation: Autostore, Fine Tuning, PLL Digital Tuning, Plug & Play
Convenience Enhancements: Sleep Timer
Ease of Use: Auto Volume Leveller (AVL), On Screen Display, Smart Picture Control, Smart Sound Control, Closed Captioning Full Text
Remote control type: RC2023608/01 B
Screen Format Adjustments: Automatic, 4:3, Movie expand 14:9, Movie expand 16:9, Super Zoom, Subtitle Zoom, Widescreen
Child Protection: Child Lock+Parental Control
In the box:
Magnavox 37MF337B 37" LCD 720p HDTV
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the next time she's at the gas station and wouldn't you know the next
customer Willie has is Mr. Fillmore the bank president who gets to hear
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and let me tell you she's got a mouth on her next thing you know my
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Some families play board games together, or take bike rides, or rob
banks. Then there's the Hilarides family of Lindsay, California. They
make cheese. Tons of cheese. About 30 tons a year, to be exact.
all started when Central Valley dairy farmer Rob Hilarides and his wife
Jeannie decided to develop a family business that his daughters would
enjoy. Nine years later, Three Sisters Cheese has been featured in
magazines like Bon Appetit, and the Hilarides' daughter Marisa Simoes oversees the aforementioned 30 tons of annual farmstead cheese production.
Jealous? Here's how to bring your family closer together through the magic of cheese.
1. Get 9,000 cows.
2. Take a farmstead cheese class, like the one Rob and Marisa took back in 1999.
3. Taste every cheese you can get your hands on, like Rob, Jeannie, Marisa, and their other daughters Lindsay and Hannah did.
4. Build a state-of-the-art dairy complete with cheese room, milking parlor, and multiple cheese aging and storing rooms.
5. Milk the cows directly into the cheese vat. You'll need either some long tubes or some very limber cows.
Do the rest of the cheese-making stuff you learned about. This will
involve microbes, rennet, curds, whey, and possibly a tuffet.
If you've done it right, you'll now enjoy delicious artisanal cheeses
along with your family togetherness. In Three Sisters' case, those
cheeses are Serena, a hard cheese with some of the bite of Parmesan and
some of the sweet nuttiness of Gruyere; and Serenita, a creamier,
softer, mote delicately flavored variation that was accidentally
created from a botched batch of Serena.
Of course, that's a
lot of work. You could always skip to the end and just enjoy these two
pounds of Three Sisters Cheese. It'll be every bit as delicious. And
you won't argue over who has to clean up after all those cows.