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There is something seductive about the large screen TV experience, seductive in an Ulysses lashed to the mast sense. The visual image is close to movies in a theatre, though not the same. Hard to describe, but it makes me want to keep watching. I don’t like this part of it and will have to pay attention so I don’t fade into the couch and become one with the fabric.
On the other hand the picture is fantastic. The set has so many different bells and whistles that it can accomodate different formats with ease and its easy to use. Well, sort of easy. I’ve still got the manual to read. RTFM as my cello playing significant other in law likes to say. The HD DVD player upconverts and it does make non-HD DVD’s look great, not HD great, but crisp and clear. Since DVD’s are my main interest in the large screen, not sports (though I do watch football if the Vikings co-operate and win games), this set will take my interest in cinema to a different level.
I’ve gone down two belt notches since the middle of December when Kate and I started Nutrisystem. I’m already scanning for maintenance after we finish with it at the end of January. At the end of twenty-eight days I’ll get on the scale and take my blood glucose. I expect both will show positive trends. It’s the blood glucose level I really want to manage; so if it’s down, it will be a great reinforcer for maintaining a lower weight.
The New Year has begun well: some weight loss, workouts going well, writing in the AM underway with a good story happening, the new TV, the video calls with the kids and plenty of snow. That last, unfortunately, has melted some over the last couple of days. I hope we get some more snow soon.
Asia tour work tomorrow, finish the speaker setup, work some more on the Gunflint Faeries. Good night and good luck.