[opendtv] Re: Bob, where are the tunerless monitors?

That antenna was compromised long before the moss.  Note the uneven
elements; out of alignment hor & ver.  Looks like a hurricane victim to me.

If you put up an antenna like the one Cliff needs -- in excess of 120 f --
you'd seem "just a bit" tech-savvy. Then, you add three or four different of
those new whiz-bang rotors that I saw at Madrigal Electronica in Tijuana a
few weeks back when I bought my panel reflector for $12, and move them at
the same time ...

John Willkie

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nombre de Craig Birkmaier
Enviado el: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 8:49 PM
Para: opendtv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Asunto: [opendtv] Re: Bob, where are the tunerless monitors?

At 10:09 AM -0400 7/17/07, John Golitsis wrote:
>On 17-Jul-07, at 8:08 AM, Craig Birkmaier wrote:
>
>>Yeah. And your point is? Another $5 on a $75 to $100 per month bill 
>>is not a big barrier. Putting up an outside antenna is.
>
>And what exactly is a DBS dish??

Something that THEY install as part of the package.

If someone drives by your house and sees a satellite dish they think 
you are tech savvy. If they see a TV antenna they think you are a 
laggard at best - better to hide it in the attic.

;-)

The first picture I took with my iPhone is attached. I thought the 
Spanish moss hanging off of the TV antenna attached to the hazardous 
waste storage trailer was a classic. And this stuff is just behind 
the parking garage of the Hospital around the corner...Wonder if 
there are any skeletons in the trailer watching OTA TV?

Regards
Craig

 
 
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