well, yes, indeed, naturally and of course, sweet P----i never go anywhere without my television.
imagine and pity the poor blokes who must face non-tv life without the aerie and practical wisdom of tv writers as guide! horrors!
must hurry back to my several tv walls to find out what is Real News and then watch They Who Say Things About It and then settle down to Reality TV and the salve of sitcoms.
thanks for your praise of our life-giving tellies, dearest telly-interruptus P,
your delicious Omnia aka joodles
> From: Patrick Mc Manus <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: 2006/03/10 Fri AM 02:48:45 EST
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: On rediscovering Television
> Hi all sorry that most of you can't afford a lovely telly-of course it may
> be that the programs are a bit too intellectual for you??
> I see some don't like these nasty inventions -I myself had problems when
> they wanted to bring gas and electricity into the house dangerous stuff and
> that idea of putting water in taps yuck!freshstream water is the thing-or
> for that matter leaving the caves -I personally blamed that lunatic who
> invented the lever (although we did do him in)and the invention of
> 'writing'when these so called poets gave themselves airs and graces-and it
> ended up with books!!ugh
> Ah yes back to the good ole days-it ok as long as life does not interfere
> with my tv programs
> Cheers P d P