I have a projector. When I watch a movie at home the screen is filling as much of my vision as a pretty large movie theater.
That's nice. I don't. I know exactly one person who does.
I also honestly have MUCH better sound, and that is with a middle of the range receiver with cheap speakers (but there are five of them plus a subwoofer).
Me too, although that puts me in a minority. I think my upstairs neighbours would get upset if I cranked it up to the level of bass I can physically feel; like I get in a cinema.
Sure. This is great for those who have a projector and a surround sound setup. And who absolutely have to see the latest movies. But then I can see pretty much anything older than 3 months for a fraction of the cost.
Let's say that we modify the law so that distribution, or packing for distribution are not covered.
"[Overtime does not apply to] The canning, processing, preserving, freezing, drying, marketing, storing, packing for shipment of [the listed items]
Is that a gramatically correct sentence? The last comma in the list should be replaced with "and" or "or" for it to be valid English.
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