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Thanksgiving Day: TV Size Matters in Intercourse with Wife

John1171 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 9:26 AM
My thought processes, actions and social interaction have never been so determined by TV programming that the irresistible temptation rendered me handicapped. The advantage of digital TV in the country is that the signal is frequently so dissatisfying (the patchwork quilt syndrome) as compared to analog that, coupled with the inane content of most, current programs, there is little motivation to give more than a cursory run-through of the various channel offerings to see if somehow, though I least expect it, someone with a degree of sanity has perceived the need to revert to the idealism of the 50s, 60s and 70s. I have had my fill of bodies being dissected, minds being analyzed and crimes being committed. Reality TV sucks, to put it blun
Colonialgirl Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 12:17 PM
You have a serious problem if you LIKE all those silly sitcoms from those years; especially the ones that made the males look like silly twits and as if the mothers/women of the time spent all their time (even at home) in Heels, Pearls and custom designed dresses.
I suppose you also enjoyed the crappy picture quality of old tube sets, and analog signals.
Jon Russo Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 5:49 PM
Leave it to Beaver may be one of the funniest sitcoms to have ever been made.
1Falcon1 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 11:52 AM

Thanksgiving is the time of the year that true sports fans live for. A time when turkey roasts on every hearth; when most football teams still have a chance for glory; a time when even Mitt Romney and Ron Paul can think they still have a shot. Next time.

And most true, red-blooded Americans know of only one thing that can make this special American holiday time of year even more special: a much larger TV.

Since our friendly federal government has thoughtfully changed us all over to digital television, it means that our TVs can be larger, more life-like,...

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