I Think Wall Mounts Are Supposed To Be Discrete

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They tried stapling it first, but that caused some annoying holes. ~Not-So-Handy Andy

Xzibit, You Can Stop Now

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It honestly saddens/confuses me that this guy is from Canada and not that one country where you would assume. ~Not-So-Handy Andy

Just in Time for the Superbowl

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From the kludger:

This is what happens when Marines get sent to the backwoods of Japan with no cable just in time for the Superbowl. That's an AFN dish on the roof of the barracks being aimed and supported with a 20-lb curl bar, 550 cord, and copious quantities of duct tape. FORTUNATELY for all the football fans in my unit, I came prepared with the necessary multittools, compass, duct tape, and 550 cord to make that thing actually get decent reception.

Switching It Up

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Redditor shd4807's father was having trouble with the power button. I really hope no one ever tells him about universal remotes, I would love to see what he comes up with next.

~NSHA

Updating Your Entertainment Center

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I don't care if it's a 19th century family heirloom, Curb is on!

~NSHA

Got a Few Old Pallets Lying Around?

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My guess is "no," but regardless, if you ever find yourself with too much wood (shut up, I don't want to hear it), then make a nice big rack (again, shut up) for your flatscreen television! I call it "loading dock chic."