That’s how it was in my parents home. If you wanted to watch TV the only place was the family room, only TV in the house. I remember telling my parents I’d like to have a TV in my bedroom and that didn’t go over too well.
“The bedroom is not the place to be watching TV” that’s what they use to tell me.
To this day I’ve never had a TV in the bedroom, now when I had my condo in CA I did install a small flat panal in the bathroom so I could watch the news while getting ready for work in the morning. I just thought of this tonight becaues I was thinking of getting a small flat panal for the kitchen to watch while we’re making dinner. Good idea? I think so, this way I don’t leave the kitchen for something to watch on TV and leave something to burn on the stove. Gensis
Its a good idea, but I think that u shud put a nice little HDTV
in the tortoises' mansion, so that your little green friends
back-to-back episodes of Animal Planet. U must rescue them from the potential of boredom
I have a 7 foot screen HDTV in my family room and one in my bedroom, with Time Warner Cable. I got maximum pixels.
It gives a shockingly
clear, precise picture. I 1ce told my friend Marty, over dinner: "U
don 't look as real as my HDTV."
When I was bedridden after abdominal surgery in 2005, it saved me.
I must give credit to the writers of a lot of the shows; thay r interesting, creatively, cleverly
Whereas when I was a kid in school, I just tolerated
some of the teachers,
some of the information that is forthcoming from the History Channel,
the National Geographic Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Science Channel,
the Military Channel, and quite a few others.
I like some of the dramas, e.g. The Mentalist
Harry 's Law
I like News shows like 6O Minutes
, Eye Witness News
; ( I like to look at Liz Cho ).
Sons of Guns
, American Guns
, Top Shot
The TV has a built-in alarm clock so that it turns itself on
to my designated channel, when it is time for something that I wanna see.
It has good sound equipment; much better
than in the movies.