Basic Instructions by Scott Meyer for March 27, 2023

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    baraktorvan  6 months ago

    We had a 4k at 60mhz, but that set went to my mother in law and we bought a 4k at 122mhz. Stunning visuals and way better experience!

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    djlactin  6 months ago

    I’d prefer a speed in the MHz rather than the mHz!

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    Algolei I  6 months ago

    Yeah, when I want to watch something science-based and/or educational, I go to Youtube. When I want to watch something conspiracy and/or alien based, I hit myself in the head and go to bed…because I never want to watch that stuff.

    The “History” channel was much better when it was the WWII channel, but it was much much better back before even that when it was still the actual history channel.

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    MayCauseBurns  6 months ago

    Television is called a medium because anything well done is rare.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  6 months ago

    Did ancient aliens conspire to widen Tom Hiddleston’s pores?

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    kartis  6 months ago

    “I don’t watch TV because I like reality.” Nothing more profound can be said, than this.

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    MDRiggs Premium Member 6 months ago

    Bigger than a wall, really.

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    Nuliajuk  6 months ago

    I’m old enough to remember when TLC actually did show educational shows.

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    Limpid Lizard  6 months ago

    Correct is “Missy assures me that we are not.”

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    Izzy Moreno  6 months ago

    I’m still at 65" 1080p, but mostly watch things at 720p and even 480p.

    I watch TV to turn off my brain and hopefully fall asleep, I don’t want to be focused. I’d rather read a book for that.

    I do have a kickass sound system, though. You can never go wrong with great sound.

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