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Amazon DOTD 12/22/15 - Back To The Future Complete Adventures $44.99 / $49.99.

22 December 2015 - 01:44 PM

For a DOTD for today, 12/22/15, Amazon has the "Complete Adventures" for Back To The Future for $44.99 on DVD and $49.99 on Blu-Ray.




Blu-Ray @ $49.99:



DVD @ $44.99:


Tapatalk Notifications Disabled?

14 December 2015 - 08:41 AM

It seems that site notifications for users that browse the forum via Tapatalk were disabled as of the 9th, though there seems to be no posting or announcement of that fact were posted in here.   It took multiple emails to Tapatalk for that fact to come up and even that took multiple days for their response.


Could we have those notifications re-enabled?  I know it's a very useful feature to have when thread updates are posted, especially when it's a notification like a CE is available for purchase or an item goes back in-stock from being out of stock. 


Not sure why notifications would be disabled, though if an explanation to why, that at least would be helpful.


Gold Box Deal Marvel Cinematic Phase 1 - 12/05/15 only - $98.99

05 December 2015 - 12:01 AM



Ran across this when checking out the DVD/BD Daily Deals / Lightning Deals:




Listed there starting at 12AM PT tomorrow morning is a deal for the Marvel Cinematic Phase 1 set, with a listing of "up to 60% off".  Not sure if it'll be 60% off (which would be $80 from the $200 MSRP), though it's worth mentioning if nothing else.


EDIT: Price is $98.99, which is slightly more than 50% off.

Marvel Agents Of Shield S1 (BluRay) - $24.99 @ Amazon / also @ BestBuy

03 October 2015 - 10:12 PM



Marvel: Agents Of Shield Season 1 on BluRay - $24.99 at Amazon, though temporarily out of stock.  Orderable and it should fulfill, though not sure when.  I'd say in a couple of weeks, if I had to guess.

Facebook user trolls people on Target's Facebook page - enjoy the lulz.

15 August 2015 - 02:33 AM

Apparently, Target decided earlier in the week to do a gender-neutral makeover on its stores, removing signage and color-specific items that differentiate boys' and girls' items:




This didn't sit well with some Target customers who decided to take it to Facebook to vent their complaints about this change in their policies.  However, a guy in Scottsdale AZ decided to troll these individuals and made himself a fake Facebook account that looked like a Target support account.    This went on for about a day before the account was pulled.  This page on AdWeek.com captures pretty much all of the responses:




IMO, I think there's some funny stuff in there.  Hope others do as well.