old Pioneer 40"

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  1. Darren McGruther

    Darren McGruther Stunt Coordinator

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    I have a friend that needs a new RPTV. Can anyone give me a suggestion that I can pass on to him, on how to KILL the tv he has now????
    It has to be something permanent but not obvious. His wife will want to get it fixed, so it has to be good.
    Let me know
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  2. Allan Jayne

    Allan Jayne Cinematographer

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    I do not recommend killing a perfectly good TV, that is sinful.
    If you can't afford to spend the money on a new TV and move the old one to the bedroom or give it away, then you cannot afford to buy a new TV after killing the old TV.
    Another idea, sell the old TV using want ads in the supermarket or local newspaper and when your wife comes home and sees the empty space in the living room, take her out shopping for the new TV.
    Video hints:
    http://members.aol.com/ajaynejr/video.htm
     
  3. Darren McGruther

    Darren McGruther Stunt Coordinator

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    The problem is that the tv is no good, according to his, and mine,as well as everyone else's standards. Except his wife, she says it's fine, there's nothing wrong with it. There is no doubt he can afford the new HDTV, his wife just thinks it's fine.
     

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