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  #2379257 20-Dec-2019 16:32
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I’ve tried that haha. If I could work out how to arrange a projection screen that would cover the alcove and not look terrible when stowed away, I could *maybe* see her going for that.

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  #2379264 20-Dec-2019 17:09
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It's better to beg for forgiveness than ask for permission :)


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  #2379270 20-Dec-2019 17:28
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My wife has the ability to kill me without me feeling anything.

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  #2379391 20-Dec-2019 21:41
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TheMungus: Hi all, we are restricted to 50” for our next TV due to the existence of a fixed alcove unit in the family room wall. Can anyone recommend a good OLED of that size? Keen on HDR, Atmos, etc. so that we can take maximum advantage of our Apple TV 4K. I’d like as many HDMI and USB ports as possible. Thanks in advance!


if you want the BEST, ask Vincent Teoh at HDTVtest on youtube 

Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.

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  #2379396 20-Dec-2019 22:02
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TheMungus: My wife has the ability to kill me without me feeling anything.


Hahah, consider yourself lucky, I am pretty sure if my wife killed me, she'd want me to feel EVERYTHING.


Worse still, she could do it so no-one would ever know it was her :)





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  #2379402 20-Dec-2019 22:23
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So I get the anaesthetist and you get the detective!

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  #2387155 8-Jan-2020 08:01
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Awesome. Thanks for the links!

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