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February 26, 2012

ATTENTION, SHOPPERS

Police investigate porn infiltration on Best Buy TV screens

(Thanks to Wolfsong)

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"This is something we’ve not seen before," Urps said. "It'll be good for us to figure out what to do with this one. It'll serve as a foundation for further incidents."

So they plan on continuing broadcasts as long as it's
"new" material?

Sounds like those two geeks from BUY MART on Chuck.

This must be what happens on my TV too. Anyway that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

I like Best Buy. They have a good price-snatch guarantee.

I learned a lot from Best Buy.
Like, don't buy extended warranties. Especially if they don't happen to have a copy available to read but want your money TODAY!
Really? You can't bring it up on a monitor in a store that sells computers?

These "smart" TVs would seem to be not quite so much that way, if they'll let ennybuddy hack into 'em ... merely observin' here ...

No, since y'all might wonder ... our TV is a dumb one ...

Interesting that her son made her take the children to the play area for a half hour before he agreed for her to make the complaint.

This is one of those stories that make me think of old borsch-belt comedian's routines.

Straight man: (interviewing the comic) Sir, tell us, how do you look at the problem of pornography?
Comic: (bulging eyeballs out) Like this!

"We greatly apologize for this unfortunate incident and we are working to ensure that it does not happen again."


Try password protection.

That's what Betty White said.

I wonder if those those smart TVs are 'smart' in the same way I used to be called 'smart', like when my mother told me my smart mouth would get me trouble.

I thought Porn Infiltration was the charge against Jim Morrison in Miami.

Whoa! Check out the contrast ratio on that one!

If only Best Buy had some computer experts, lets call them kind of a "Geek Squad" that could help them with things like securing their wireless network...

I wish I had that kind of vertical hold.

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