Sunday, March 14, 2021

Kansas City Big Screen TV Holy Trinity Realized Amid COVID Crackdown

The very BEST & BRIGHTEST readers among our blog community herald the coming of a new age wherein technology facilitates the ascent of humankind.

Witness the future and one man's vision to turn his living room into something resembling the NASA command center in order to better watch game highlights, Sponge Bob and possibly some pr0n when Lent is complete . . . Come and see . . .

I put three TVs in my living room, and I'm living my best life

What's the best TV to put in your living room based on size and wall availability? The answer is not one TV, but three. If you like to play PS5 while your partner plays Switch but you also want to watch Netflix at the same time, you need three TVs.

14 comments:

chuck said...

3 TV's - just great. Open another bag of chips fat ass.

Anonymous said...

the hoodrats have been doing this for years, one tv for cartoons, one for sports and one for play station. It’s kinda cool in theory but it’s enough to blind you, it’s like staring at the sun especially at night when they’re the most active. I mean, you can see how bright it is when you drive by, it literally looks like the sun is inside the house, it blasts enough light to light up the neighborhood.

Anonymous said...

^^Font be jealous Maude. You should’ve worked harder! Also, quit looking into people’s windows you pervert! Do better!

chuck said...

In about 30 days, this guy will have the IQ of a Box Of Chocolates.

From Psychology Today -

How to Counteract the Brain Freeze and Gain back your IQ Points?

1. Give your brain a recess. Think of young kids in school, when the bell rings for recess. They yell and scream with free time. Your mind needs a recess to wander in an unstructured manner. Often in this recess, an idea or solution may emerge to an issue you have been dealing with.

2. Turn off the TV or radio if you aren't consciously wanting to get news or entertainment. This is so you don't burn critical brain resources by stimulating a fear response without knowing it.

3. Seed your unconscious. Give your unconscious instructions to work on an issue in the background as you focus on something else.

4. Clear the deck. Focus on something else for a while or talk to a friend who is positive to change your sense of overwhelm. Allow the prefrontal cortex and your working memory to recharge (This means, under NO circumstance, should you, if he ever comes out of his house, meet up with Hampton Stevens, or, even talk to him on the phone.).

Anonymous said...

TL/DR. Go make the biscuits.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Sure, keep telling yourself that you can read.

Anonymous said...

^^He can’t read, but he can write? Do better CHUD. Played yourself. Again. Always. Weird.

Anonymous said...

The question is this. How much of the stimulus money going to KCMO will be wasted on east side ill fated projects benefiting only a few, if any? 18th and Vine, Linwood grocery, MLK signage, Jazz museum, multitude of committees and staff of employees who contribute zero to the City???

Anonymous said...

^ I don’t know Maude. Did you call and ask? Why not?

Anonymous said...

Ask Tom Pendagast

Anonymous said...

Wow, nigga Chimpy weird is hot today with many pussy ^^marks. Momma musta had a lot of fat fleas for his breakfast, before descending the tree to begin his daily unemployed job commenting on other folk's comments. Such ambition!

Anonymous said...

TV makes us dumb.

Anonymous said...

@11:55AM and yet your sole ambition seems to be commenting on his posts. How pathetic and ironic. Weird.

Anonymous said...

2:38 You're so full of weird shit!