You can not unpack and assemble a 35kg/103cm plasma TV on your own.
I'll have to see if there's anyone around who can help me tomorrow.
A neigbour, the kind who helps out when I need it and is still healthy enough and young enough to be able to lift a few KGs, just helped me. Good thing I assembled the stand fist!
It looks great... just gotta connect it to the things it has to be connected to. As soon as I finish melting in a puddle.
Barometer says humidity is 78% - I'm sure it's more than that, we chatted outside before he left and there was "mizzle", apparently the name for a cross between miseralbe and drizzle.
Oh, lovely. The sun's out now. Temp up. Humidity will probably stay the same.
I just know I'm not going to get all the jobs done today that I need to... It's been just too humid.
Okay, got the power plugged in, had to sit on the floor - didn't think I'd be able to get up though!
Gosh! There's a lot of channels on this HD thingy isn't there?!?!
No more "letterbox" movies! YAY!
WOW! I'll be able to get SBS again. HURRAH! (They do have programmes I like to watch occasionally. usually the history ones or the palaeontology ones or the anthropology ones or... well, sometimes.)
Hey, the channel Ten newsreader is much finnier looking in HD than he was on the CRT.
Wow, I might never leave home again...
The sound is different to the CRT, it was a Sony stereo.
Gosh, you can get giddy watching this thing when the cameras pan from high in the back of the audience.... woooowooooo. I's a 3D thing I think.