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I would get the vizio.It says out of stock online but I could go up the street and pick it up at my local store it say's.It may be in stock in your area Ben.That aoc is the only mfg in this whole thread that I have never heard of.Does not mean it's not ok just never heard of it.
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post #32 of 34
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Circuit City is asking for the last four digits of my SSN. What's going on here?
post #33 of 34
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And yes, I know they're currently the same thing as Tiger Direct and CompUSA. Huzzah Systemaxx!
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Ok, them needing the last four digits of my SSN wasn't actually needed, cause they shipped the TV out anyway. Huzzah!
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