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Mid-2009 17" Macbook Pro display issues

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Hey there. As of a couple of day ago my display is starting to act a little, well, jacked up. Any software (i.e. itunes, word...) has blurry/fuzzy text. Just now, while moving my eq box in itunes it started resizing, getting bigger, moved. Here is an example Also, when I right click a dock item this happens Notice the white under the options? If you guys need any more info let me know. This my first time posting to MF so if I messed up anything i do apologize. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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