From: email@example.com (Dr.Dish)
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 1996 21:03:18 +0200
From firstname.lastname@example.org Sat Jun 29 15: 04:57 1996
>Dear Dr Dish,
>I wonder if you can help me with a problem...? I have been standing on the
>platform of my local station and have had a wonderfully exciting time
>collecting numbers of the trains.Isnt it funny ,..they all seem the
>same...but it is still exciting!However,my own doctor tells me that I must
>find a less stressful hobby.
>He suggested satellite TV...!Now I have a friend...yes really...who last
>week jumped off a window ledge after finding that his satellite receiver
>wrong....he survived the fall,but suffered very bad injuries after the
>satellite receiver hit him on the head...! You see,his wife had thrown it
>out of the window after he jumped out!.......very sad!!
>Is satellite DXing really that stressful?
I think its not. There are some rules. If you obey them, everything will be
1. Dont use some of this newly receivers with computer inside
2. If you allready got one, never try to go program such a device.
3. Did you allready the programming and it goes wrong (and it will) dont ask
the company who build this device for technical help. They will tell you
that they did not build such a receiver.
I got all this trouble, so now I got a MPEG-receiver without a Conditional
Access Module and Smart-Card. Its a very quiet experience and I love it. A
second receiver I bought in Tierra Abajo. They have one channel receivers
(only for the goverment-channel). I converted this receiver to see the
german channel NTV. It is very relaxing. You only get the news, you allready
know about from your local newspaper.It is a 24 hour channel and no exciting
(think about your heart) news ever will make you awake
Dr.Dish (Christian Mass)
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