How would you like to make every movie your children watch a 'G' or 'PG'?
We've owned our ClearPlay DVDplayer for over a year now and I can't tell you how much I LOVE it. I am receiving absolutely no compensation for sharing this, just the satisfaction of trying to give our children and grandchildren (and your family) a little better world to live in.
I love the fact that we can watch an entire movie with NO swearing, or "junk" that is so prevalent in today's world.
The only problem is that sometimes I forget to tell people, when recommending a movie we bought or rented, that we saw it with lots of the "junk" removed. Oops! : )
If you Google: ClearPlay DVD player, you'll see them for sale everywhere. When they first came out a couple years ago, they were sold at Target Stores. I'm not sure if they still are or not. I haven't checked lately.
Cut and pasted from the ClearPlay.com Site: Q. How does it work ?
A. The ClearPlay DVD player seamlessly skips and mutes content based on 12 categories that you can set. ClearPlay Filters are hand-crafted by at team of Filter Developers who watch the movie and masterfully select where the player will remove content. ClearPlay works with thousands of movies. New Filters are generally made available the same day as new releases. Filters are then made available to members via a very easy-to-use download process. You can then copy the entire Filter library to your FilterStik™. Once inserted into your ClearPlay player any movie will automatically be filtered.
Our subscription (for downloading new filters to brand new movies out) is under $8.00 a month. And you get to choose how much or how little filtering you want. We bought ours on sale for $60.00, plus tax. When I looked into the links over at Google, I saw all kinds of prices. Granted, ours is about 1 1/2 years old, but it is just the basic black one they offer.
Love it, Love it! If you want more info, just click on the highlighted link in my first sentence.
Actually about that PHOTO! Sara was taking candid photos one night while the whole Fam was at Chick-fil-A. I decided to use it because it made me look younger. When my married daughter ,Emily, saw it she said ever so sweetly (really), "Ah Mom, you're not wearing any make-up in that photo." I said, "Yeah, but it makes me look younger than I am." I chose younger with no make-up as opposed to older (with) make-up. Go figure. I'm vain ok?