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From the thumbnail this looks like a good picture
Chris: In that case I might post only thumbnails in future. I changed my original picture because it really was a good one, this one is 'arf & 'arf
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 9 Oct 2014, 07:30
The TVs look as if they are out on the pavement, Chris
Chris: Inside this man's house Lisl, he is a TV addict
Like being back at work in the workshop, Chris...smile
Chris: Luckily you can forget all that now Frank!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Oct 2014, 08:03
It's all very well having hundreds of TV channels but they all seem to be showing rubbish; the occasional gemn gets lost in a sea of mediocrity.

For reasons best known to itself, my Freesat box turns itself on every evening at 5pm and tunes itself to BBC Alba. Now although the commentary may be in Gaelic, it oftens shows the stunning scnery in Scotland. Once there as a very interesting programmes about the ferries that the are the lifeline to the islands. Luckily, there are English subtitles.
Chris: It clearly has decided it can run your life more effectively than you can yourself
  • gutteridge
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 9 Oct 2014, 08:46
Oh yes, brings back memories Tiff.
Chris: If this man was an old friend of yours why did he just keep looking at his television sets and ignore us both Chad??
This must be art Jim, good shot Chris
Chris: Thank you John: telly rules ok!
Quite ghostly, Chris.
Chris: It was very dark in this room Pauline with no lights at all
I have heard of the multi-channel universe. I think you may have found it.
Chris: Yes - I suppose I have Mary
I guess most of us have forgotten how big the cases of television sets used to be a few years ago.
Chris: And this is a good reminder Brian
Looks like the equivelent in telly world to an old peoples home Chris
Chris: Yes indeed Janet!
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Oct 2014, 18:50
How things have moved on, no doubt they were state-of-the-art at the time
Chris: I used to have one like this, at the time it was state of the art..
Is this some kind of so-called art "installation"?
Chris: Afraid so Tom..
This is crazy!! I gotta know the back story!
Chris: Art installation in Glasgow
  • Ray
  • TheVillage, Thailand
  • 13 Oct 2014, 13:50
A fly's eye might be usefu at times like this...

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