Thankful Thursday. Thirsty Three Times Think Thickish

Partying for Thanksgiving like normal?

  • Yes

    Votes: 19 25.0%
  • No

    Votes: 35 46.1%
  • Thinking about it

    Votes: 2 2.6%
  • Small party

    Votes: 12 15.8%
  • With rum

    Votes: 8 10.5%

  • Total voters
    76
Status
Not open for further replies.

electrycmonk

_This space intentionally left blank_
Premium Feather Member
Aug 8, 2019
5,324
28,096
837
Happily caught in the 'Denton vortex', Tx
My Coop
My Coop
Reason #1 why I don't like digital TV.... Same reason I don't like satellite "anything": signal degradation AKA pixelation, which causes "buffering" or worse. Total black screen.

Analog TV regardless of the weather ALWAYS STAYED CONSTANT. Yes, there was "snow" in some storms or during the solar maximum when a lot of sun spots were visible. However, even in some of those really bad ones the audio and the video never totally disappeared.

The slightest ugly weather now adays and a mild pixelation reaches our TV? And it's like the PC/phone is buffering with screen frozen until the cows come home.

/End rant
/End of line
 

room onthebroom

Animal-a-holic
Premium Feather Member
5 Years
May 4, 2015
11,828
109,554
1,497
100 Acre Wood Pooh Corner, USA

electrycmonk

_This space intentionally left blank_
Premium Feather Member
Aug 8, 2019
5,324
28,096
837
Happily caught in the 'Denton vortex', Tx
My Coop
My Coop
Which one? Original? Spinoffs? Movies? Prequel movie?
On the "Comet channel" it was a Star Trek -athon, so I watched parts of 2 movies: Generations & nemisis and the "edited for content" 1st contact
As well as on CBS & H&I an episode of Discovery (for which I'm still lost in) & the end of a Voyager episode I do not recall & an episode of Enterprise which produced the *rant* about sat-com snafu's.
 

Fishychix

🐠🐣
Premium Feather Member
May 20, 2020
3,382
17,828
716
NE Ohio
Reason #1 why I don't like digital TV.... Same reason I don't like satellite "anything": signal degradation AKA pixelation, which causes "buffering" or worse. Total black screen.

Analog TV regardless of the weather ALWAYS STAYED CONSTANT. Yes, there was "snow" in some storms or during the solar maximum when a lot of sun spots were visible. However, even in some of those really bad ones the audio and the video never totally disappeared.

The slightest ugly weather now adays and a mild pixelation reaches our TV? And it's like the PC/phone is buffering with screen frozen until the cows come home.

/End rant
/End of line
IKR!
It creeps me out & it pisses me off.
🤬



Thank you! 😍
Rocks. Large rocks or squirt guns of “stuff”. Maybe brine? Lol
You must have some rights to your air space?
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

New posts New threads Active threads

Top Bottom