The bill’s in 2-D
Where’s my IRS refund? They’ll set you back about $3,000, but 3-D TVs will start selling this week. The drawback? There are only a handful of 3-D Blu-ray discs available and ESPN won’t launch its 3-D channel until June.
Until then, put on the 3-D glasses and entertain yourself by reading the programming instructions.
Hilarity ensues: Two glass vials said to contain the ghosts of an old man and a disruptive little girl were sold in an online auction in New Zealand for about $2,000.
We predict that in about a year, Disney will release a movie starring Abigail Breslin and Ed Asner as the ghosts and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a harried single father who welcomes the spirits into his family after his precocious children find the glass vials in the attic and unwittingly open them. In 3-D.
Survey says: A Harvard institute poll found that 6 of 10 young adults said they’re worried they won’t be able to meet their current bills and obligations.
Ten out of 10 older adults said they’ll get used to it.
Dept. of Corrections: Complaints to the Better Business Bureau about banks increased by 42 percent in 2009. The Buzz got the number wrong in Tuesday’s edition. Lodge your complaint at email@example.com.