TV Reception Thanks

Submitted: Sunday, Jun 15, 2008 at 15:22
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Thanks to all the guys and gals for sharing your experiences with TV aerials.

And to Jason; you could be right mate re "Why a TV" Many trips to Coburg, The Cape and a couple of Canning's years ago, a TV was the furthest thing from our mind. We still walk and have Pushies but as you achieve old age focus seems to gravitate towards more and more home comforts.

The old mate with a leg still in a foriegn land loves a beer and watch the footy. He finds moving too far not good. The son uses his to put on a kids show and pacify the young'ns after a fun filled day.

So there are those who say ":Why TV" and others who say "Why not"

Thanks again for the help.

Seakarvan
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Reply By: Member - Jason & Jodie - Sunday, Jun 15, 2008 at 15:46

Sunday, Jun 15, 2008 at 15:46
Hi Seakarvan, Point taken. Horses for Courses I guess. I've just seen many a family not have balance in their lives because of TV (or what they allow their children to watch) so I should be more specific when replying to some threads.
Sorry if I offended :-)
Cheers
Jason
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Reply By: Member - DAZA (QLD) - Sunday, Jun 15, 2008 at 15:57

Sunday, Jun 15, 2008 at 15:57
Hi Seakarvan.

We are one of the "Why nots", the van came with a Flat Screen TV,
and we didnt even use it, until the third trip away, when a bloke came up to us and enquired if we had good reception, I said mate we havent even tried winding the Wynguard Antenna up let alone
turning the TV on, curiosity got the better of me, the Cook now
watches her Soapies, I watch the ch2 abc news, and the Footy,and
there is Harmony in the Camp.


Cheers
Daza.
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