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    Totally normal walk home from work...

    ...Until I stumble across this!

    Dragged it home as the weather / some kids would have destroyed it otherwise, seems to work fine apart from loud hissing unless the built in speaker volume is set to 0

    Checked for any security marking as to any clue where it may have come from but there are none so it looks like finders keepers!
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    How very very random

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    err, have you thought about the fact that it may have been stolen from some poor sods home?

    Phone the plod and see if ones been stolen, lost.

    Rob

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    Err, have you thought about the fact that it may be HAUNTED and display HORRIFIC DEMONS occasionally like out of that screaming maze game?

    Call an exorcist immediately and bury it in the back garden.

    Misc.

    ;P

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    If you turn it on and see this, return it immediately.
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    I love random finds. I used a monster iiyama 22" CRT for a long time that I found in the back garden of a student house I was looking after. It was full of slugs and a little soil, but after drying out and cleaning out it worked wonders!

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    If you do get an exorcist make sure you pay them, or you may get repossessed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    If you turn it on and see this, return it immediately.
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    Thanks, I was just about sleeping with the lights off again after watching this *shiver*

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    Ebay it! Auction it! Just don't use it!

    @sparkeh Scared of a little arm in a well?

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    Poor thing! Remember kids, a monitor is for life (or three years) not just for Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bladedanny View Post
    If you do get an exorcist make sure you pay them, or you may get repossessed.
    Ohoh, is funny because wordplay.

    I found a rather large TV once. Turned out it did work, the owners had just replaced it (as implied by the 'Free to a good home' sign taped onto the screen, which I thought was rather nice of them)
    Unfortunately the owners had neglected to consider this was the winter, and the TV was covered in layers of snow, else I'd have had it! Couldn't really be fussed lugging it home, cracking it open and drying all the parts.

    Wasn't there the next day, though, so looks like someone else did

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnyknight View Post
    @sparkeh Scared of a little arm in a well?
    Not the arm in the well per se, but the vengeful spirit hell bent on crawling out the telly and turning your face weird, then killing you, that the arm is attached to scares the willies out of me yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkeh View Post
    Not the arm in the well per se, but the vengeful spirit hell bent on crawling out the telly and turning your face weird, then killing you, that the arm is attached to scares the willies out of me yes.
    So an animated version wouldn't help?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    So an animated version wouldn't help?
    Honestly don't understand why someone would be scared by it, that's all lol

    Silly @sparkeh xD

    Edit: I WANT ONE OF THOSE! ^ looks funny lol
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