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    They were like really big DVDs.

    It's actually sort of comical to see one now; I'm so used to the DVD-sized discs.


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    Yikes!!
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    Yeah, they look crazy big now... I guess another reason why I was unphased by the size of the Laser Discs was that LPs were still around in good number at that time. I was still using my record player and was used to that diameter for media playback.

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    remember thinking of getting an LD it was like the coolest biggest thing around in stores...looking at the price always thought CDs were lot cheaper.
    Now i hardly care about writing something on discs, everything going online has really closed those shops, its all in history now.

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    My first DVD was the Trois couleurs box set. I was a strange kid.

    At the time we had this regular weekend movie night with a bunch of friends.

    It was my turn to choose a movie, and for once I didn't have to select a film from one of my friends' collections (or their parent's) I had my own DVD.

    They thought I was bringing Blow (2001), little did they know we were going to watch Kieslowski's Blue (1993).

    I still vividly remember one of my friends screaming "what the f*** did I just watch?," over Preisner's dramatic score, as the end credits were rolling. Fun times :)

    Kieslowski was a genius. However, I no longer would recommend Blue as a "fun" weekend movie for a group of 15 year old kids. Oh boy...

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