Monday, July 21, 2008

An explanation.



Ah! So that's what you do with two TV sets. You multi-task!

10 comments:

Jennifer said...

Oh my gosh... and that's a child's room. Future delinquent used to live there!

Michelle D said...

Top TV: Barney and Friends
Bottom TV: Jerry Springer

Gene said...

It's picture-and-picture instead of picture-in-picture like you get with some high end TVs. A friend did that for college football and basketball seasons, but why you'd have it in a kid's room is beyond me.

EGE said...

Maybe two kids share the room, and it's a keep-the-peace solution?

kathrynt said...

If you look at the bottom TV, the picture's screwed up. I bet the bottom TV has only sound working and the top TV has only video working.

--Kathryn

Anonymous said...

does no one remember Jim on Taxi with wall of TV's?

PollyAnna said...

Top TV - happy children's show. Bottom TV - Grand Theft Auto on PS3. Today's children are multi-taskers.

scowl said...

"does no one remember Jim on Taxi with wall of TV's?"

TELEVISION?

dognutmom said...

And here I was just thinking that the last few posts had tv's that were NOT on - even the stacked tv's ... unlike posts way before that had every tv in the house on.

Then this one ... stacked tv's that are BOTH on. And not tuned to the same channel.

Why?

Actually, that has been the question running around in my head for a lot of these posts. WHY???

Erin said...

TV= babysitter. Two babysitters are always better than one, right?