Thank you so much for all the kind comments to my last update when I told the story of our broken Sony TV. I swear this really still is a creativity blog, yet the story is so tragically funny, I feel compelled to share.
Perhaps the rest of you have been enjoying internet TV for years, but remember... I lived in Germany where there was no such thing! So imagine my surprise when the hubby called me downstairs and in the middle of the moving boxes, and showed me this...
(and don't I look just way too excited to see my own Facebook page? I'm almost embarrassed).
No wonder my heart was broken when the installer couldn't put it on our wall!
So it was big-time excitement to get the new Sony Google TV finally installed on our wall, only to realize that the "S" in the word Sony doesn't fully light up on the screen as it should. We get one-half of the letter "S" next to a nicely glowing "ONY."
2 Sony Google Internet TVs. 2 Sony Google Internet TVs that are defective within ONE day of trying to use them.
Here's my question... would you keep this TV because it seems to work fine in every other aspect or would you go through the stress and hassle of exchanging it? How important is the darn "S" in Sony anyway?
For all I know, I could be sitting with my great grandchildren in the nursing home who ask me about why the name on my 50 year old TV doesn't light up properly, and I'll shake my head and smirk before I start into it, "Let me tell you about the broken S..."