Save $130 on the massive 142-inch home theater projector screen of your dreams

We heard from a little birdie that some of the most popular home theater projectors out there right now are going to get deep discounts next week for Black Friday. Needless to say, if you’re planning to get one you’re going to need a nice big projector screen to go along with it. As it turns out, one of the best-selling models out there already got its deep Black Friday 2019 discount: the $340 Elite Screens 142-inch 16:9 Pull-Down Projector Screen, which has more than 1,400 5-star ratings on Amazon — is on sale right now on Amazon for an all-time low of $209.99! You’ll definitely want to hurry up and grab it soon though, because this size is almost sold out. There are a bunch of other sizes on sale though, so be sure to click through them and check out the prices. Follow @BGRDeals on Twitter to keep up with the latest and greatest deals we find around the web. Prices subject to change without notice. BGR may receive a commission on orders placed through this article. Glasses Free 3d Player, Led Video Wall, 3d Led Video Wall – Shikun,

Hurricane Michael aftermath: Damage, flooding spreads across Florida Panhandle, Georgia, South Carolina; follow latest path, weather forecasts, death toll

One of Hurricane Michael’s survivors said his city “looks like an atomic bomb” hit it. Florida’s Panhandle is one huge disaster zone after catastrophic winds, heavy rain and devastating storm surge. Michael was one of the most powerful hurricanes ever to make landfall in the U.S. mainland. The storm was being blamed for at least six deaths. As of mid-afternoon Thursday, more than 687,000 homes and businesses in the Southeast had no electricity. Michael was a tropical storm, hitting North Carolina and South Carolina with heavy downpours and threatening to cause tornadoes. As of 2 p.m. ET, Michael’s core was approximately 25 miles south of Greensboro, North Carolina, heading northeast at a rapid 23 mph, with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. Florida Gov. Rick Scott asked to delay a debate with Sen. Bill Nelson for two weeks so he can focus on response-and-recovery efforts following Hurricane Michael. Scott, a Republican, issued a statement Thursday asking CNN to postpone the debate with the Democratic incumbent, which was originally scheduled for this coming Tuesday. Scott cited “catastrophic destruc...