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Interesting leap to this conclusion. I have had dish network for 12+ years, for both domestic and European and HD channels (different dishes) and can only remember one time during one of our famous PA blizzards that the picture at times became pixelated. Then again, I was on the roof with the tech watching and double checking his alignment procedure. Throughout the lifetime of my dish service, at the worst of times, I had a 70% signal and still had good pictures. I'd suggest something is wrong with the installation/alignment.
I disagree. If you're doing plumbing repairs and water keeps dripping down the copper pipe while you are soldering and ruining your joint, a plug made from Wonder Bread (tm) literally works wonders, and it generally dissolves in the water when you're done.
For actual human consumption, artisan breads from Ace Bakery are not bad:-
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I rode out one hurricane in a one bedroom cottage. I was awake for three days, listening to huge trees moaning and cracking, over the hard rain and high winds. Then the ground would shake when a tree snapped and hit the ground.
When it finally passed, I went outside to see that about 90% of the trees behind and beside the cottage were down. You couldn't see anything except trees to the west before the hurricane. After, it was more open sky than trees
At least you didn't need to leave a wakeup call! ;-)
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