Complete Seinfeld on sale for really good price

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He
At Amazon, good for a gift.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000VECAEE?ie=UTF8&ref_=sr_1_3&s=dvd&qid=1292554121&sr=1-3&linkCode=shr&camp=213733&creative=393189&tag=wwwrogerebe0e-20
                                            
Barb
You think $200 is a good price for a 33 DVD set?

Friends (40 DVDs) goes for half that.
That 70s Show (32 DVDs) goes for $80.
                                            
Stan
It's $162.47 at Overstock.com -- see dvdpricesearch.com.

But still, individual seasons go for $15 at Best Buy, so all nine 
seasons would be $135.  Do you get anything extra in the "complete 
series" besides a box?


And at that it's overpriced. :-)
                                            
tholenantispamham
1> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

1> It's $162.47 at Overstock.com -- see dvdpricesearch.com.

1> But still, individual seasons go for $15 at Best Buy, so all nine
1> seasons would be $135.  Do you get anything extra in the "complete
1> series" besides a box?

1> And at that it's overpriced. :-)

What does that have to do with OS/2, Brown?
                                            
Stan
Sorry, I just hit "f" for follow-up. If someone directs follow-ups to 
an inappropriate newsgroup (as you did, by the way) it's good manners 
to mention it (as you didn't, by the way).
                                            
tholenantispamham
2> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

2> Sorry, I just hit "f" for follow-up. If someone directs follow-ups
to
2> an inappropriate newsgroup (as you did, by the way)

What does your classic unsubstantiated and erroneous claim
have to do with OS/2, Brown?

2> it's good manners to mention it (as you didn't, by the way).

What does your classic erroneous presupposition have to do
with OS/2, Brown?
                                            
Captain
Once Upon A Time,
It's available for free on Usenet.


Also available for free on Usenet.


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Captain Infinity
                                            
tholenantispamham
4> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

4> It's available for free on Usenet.

4> Also available for free on Usenet.

What does that have to do with OS/2, Infinity?
                                            
Ferdinand
No, it's not, since pretty much nobody gets access to binaries groups 
for free anymore.

But it's probably available for free on bittorrent. :)
                                            
tholenantispamham
2> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

2> No, it's not, since pretty much nobody gets access to binaries
groups
2> for free anymore.

2> But it's probably available for free on bittorrent. :)

What does your possibility have to do with OS/2, Ferdinand?
                                            
lugnutNOSPAMhotmailcom
I think the box includes a "reunion roundtable" discussion with Larry
David and the cast that runs about 90 minutes that wasn't included on
the individual sets.  It's entertaining enough, but it's also on
youtube, so there's no reason to pay extra for it.

-lugnut
                                            
tholenantispamham
[email protected] (lugnut) writes:

1> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

1> I think the box includes a "reunion roundtable" discussion with
Larry
1> David and the cast that runs about 90 minutes that wasn't included
on
1> the individual sets.  It's entertaining enough, but it's also on
1> youtube, so there's no reason to pay extra for it.

What does that have to do with OS/2, lugnut?
                                            
tholenantispamham
22> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

22> You think $200 is a good price for a 33 DVD set?

What does your question have to do with OS/2, May?

22> Friends (40 DVDs) goes for half that.
22> That 70s Show (32 DVDs) goes for $80.

What does that have to do with OS/2, May?
                                            
trotsky
80 bucks for a set of 32 coasters seems a little high.
                                            
tholenantispamham
3> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

3> 80 bucks for a set of 32 coasters seems a little high.

What does that have to do with OS/2, trotsky?
                                            
He
Price went back up since I posted that, it was 84 dollars when I did.
                                            
tholenantispamham
1> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

1> Price went back up since I posted that, it was 84 dollars when I
did.

What does that have to do with OS/2, Mr. Hole?
                                            
He
Ask Barb May, they were the one that crossposted it there, I just
replied to their post.
                                            
Captain
Once Upon A Time,
What I'd like to know is, what does tholen's "OS/2" fanaticism have to do
with televison?  I've never seen a show about OS/2, yet she keeps posting
about it in rec.arts.tv every single day.


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tholenantispamham
5> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

5> What I'd like to know is, what does tholen's "OS/2" fanaticism have
to do
5> with televison?

Classic erroneous presupposition.

5> I've never seen a show about OS/2,

You obviously didn't watch the OS/2 Fiesta Bowl years back.

5> yet she keeps posting about it in rec.arts.tv every single day.

Why not ask Barb May what her comp.os.os2.advocacy fanaticism has
to do with television, Infinity?
                                            
Adam
Uh, tholen has never post on topic in any newsgroup at any point in time.
Also, seamus thinks it's tholen.
                                            
tholenantispamham
Adam H. Kerman writes:

12> Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,comp.os.os2.advocacy

12> Uh, tholen has never post on topic in any newsgroup at any point
in time.

What does your classic unsubstantiated and erroneous claim have to
do with OS/2, Kerman?

12> Also, seamus thinks it's tholen.

What do seamus' thoughts have to do with OS/2, Kerman?