it will become unfortunate even further when someone snatches it
While; You will have a large audience to watch with you. Are you going to charge admission?
Then “mysteriously” the TV will “grow legs” and walk away.
I know someone who has a 65 inch TV in a small living room. I swear you have to move your head to see all of the movie.
The weather report.
you’re too nice Ziggy… well, I’d probable do the same too.
Now that’s making lemonade out of lemons!
Given standard door sizes in the USA of 80 × 32 you could fit a screen 84 inches high through the door. With an aspect ratio of 16 × 9 that means the screen would be about 149 inches or 12 and 1/2 feet long. The tv is either too tall or too short and either way is not large enough to not fit. But, nowadays many folks have outdoor tvs. Just don’t mount it too close to the hot tub or barbecue. And make sure it is protected from the elements.
You should have asked Santa to deliver it. If he can squeeze himself down a chimney, that TV is no big deal for him.
I checked. It will fit. Just angle it. DUH!
I have friends with tvs that big. I really don’t get it.
None of those animals drove there.
Cut the door bigger then cover it with plywood for a poor “look”.
Simple: remove the roof.
What are you going to do if it rains?
Ah, I see that Ziggy has good taste in movies.
he could have tried taking off the door and then tilting the tv towards the top right corner of the doorway to the lower left corner. nice he is supplying popcorn for the wildlife enjoying the movie.
As a Triple Tossup on “Wheel of Fortune” I’d like to see the category be “Thing” and the answers “Helping Hand,” “Ben Grimm,” and “James Arness.”
You want a space vampire film festival?“The Thing From Another World” (1951)“It! The Terror From Beyond Space” (1958)“Planet of the Vampires” (1965)“Queen of Blood” (1966)Any additions? Or disagreements? (And sorry. But “Alien” and 1982’s “The Thing” weren’t really vampires.)
June 27, 2016
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