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December 12, 2012

Gray Cat adapts to changes in the cable box space


I've been doing some rearranging of the hardware in front of my TV, in response to the entry of a Bose all-in-one TV sound box to the hallowed precincts.


The only imperative laid down by her highness: the Comcast box always goes on top no matter what else happens.

That's because its antediluvian hard drive emanates excess heat which creates a very toasty, comfy, and alluring surface for Gray Cat's frequent sleeping sojourns.

I noticed that her legs were falling over the sides after my latest rearrangement which certainly is unacceptable.

I went to the linen closet and found a nice flannel sheet which, when folded appropriately, fits perfectly between the tower of electronic satellite/cable/sound power and the front of the TV.

Gray Cat, photographed above giving the new set-up a test spin, stretched mightily after she awoke, then pronounced herself satisfied..

All here heaved a huge sigh of relief before standing down and returning to our regularly scheduled activities.

Now would you please do the same?

Yes, YOU — I see how you've abandoned what you're supposed to be doing (and receiving a king's ransom for not doing at the moment) and you can bet that if I can see, others are aware.

Fair warning.

Just trying to save your bacon.

The top photo appears to have employed the iPhone 5's flash while the second one didn't.

I oughta know, huh?

I mean, I'm the only one here.

December 12, 2012 at 04:01 AM | Permalink


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Ahhh--The Bose Box: The Box of Unlimited Power, the search for which has boggled the great minds of science and made them soft. A power so great it can only be used for good or evil.

Their sales pitch hit me dead-on, point by point by point. It cost a lot of clams, but when the missus asked me, Why? All I had to do was turn it on.


Or "hear," I should say she said. Changed my TV life.

Oh--and just 2 plugs and any TechnoDolt®™© is in.

Posted by: PT | Dec 12, 2012 9:03:19 AM

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