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Fortunately, they had a universal remote 🙂
Also “Don’t care bears”: my favorite program!
Tar, we can’t slip anything past you.
You don’t need a universal remote. Another remote from the same model might do well. If that would not work, then by the laws of physics one could reconstruct the same device that controls the TV.
Hey me gusta! Where you been? We’ve all been so worried…
Finally, toonholemike can stop weeping by the driveway every night. Your child has returned, mike. Your child has returned…
Well, no one wants to see a good TV go to waste. It’s not like HE was going to be using it anymore. 😉
“You can’t take it with you.”
…unless if you’re a corrupted firefighter!
Don’t ever use “unless” and “if” consecutively!
I think you just did that as well 😉
My favourite part is how the Firepole leads to the living room, rather than to the vehicle bay.
He may feel guilty, but there is one answer that he could give you: The room that contains the TV is the basement, the next upper level being the one with the vehicle.
And yes, if you think, it adds a bit of humor, it is made so that they could get fast to the TV and walk lazily to the vehicle.
Nah, they just have a pole in every room. I mean, seriously, why walk down stairs when you could slide? It’s so much fun!
Why are you saying “nah”. I did not deny that they have a pole in each room.
Now they just need to sneakily set on fire a house with a nice video game console and repeat!
“In tragic news, the whole East Olive block has been burned down to the ground in a series of arsons. In other positive news, the fire station has a new bitching entertainment center. Now over to Tanya for the weather…”
So what’s up with the not updates?