I didn't think this was worth its own thread but had to post it somewhere just because I'm LOLing and wanted to laugh with people who would understand why it's so funny. On Facebook, in a group where code trading happens, I recently ran across a post with a photo of the Fully Restored Widescreen CAV Laserdisc of The Little Mermaid from 1998 which the person recently purchased. They wrote, "Does this come with a code" for a digital copy? "The discs won't fit in my computer" so he concluded it can't be the old kind of digital copy where you had to transfer from a disc. But somehow the fact that it says "Laserdisc" on it and is not packaged like a Blu-ray or DVD seemed to escape him, and the person seems to have purchased it under the impression that it is a Blu-ray. I was too polite to laugh there, but I thought this was hilarious. In high school, a teacher once showed us a laserdisc and another student said, "Dang, that's a big-ass DVD!" I think I was the only person in the room to recognize what it was.