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    steeb's new NextPVR set-up

    Dear all, I was let down by the combination of IE8 and vbulletin software where I thanked everybody and was going to share my new NextPVR set-up. By the time I went to post it all got lost.

    Instead of getting annoyed I decided to share a picture of my daughter:

    I would like to share my DVB-T and DVB-S set up at another time, when I do not get timed out

    cheers

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    Last edited by steeb; 2012-03-10 at 01:24 AM.
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    Very cute.

    I've just been hosting a six year old birthday party today. So much noise. I need a rest...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    Very cute.

    I've just been hosting a six year old birthday party today. So much noise. I need a rest...
    Rest, where does it end?

    1st child in and only 7 months oldName:  DSC04756.jpg
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Size:  167.3 KB. There are years ahead before I even get to 6 years

    Can't wait to re-boot the NextPVR server now that the builder dust has settled. I have even got a TV in the Bathroom now with a PCH A110 ready to be hooked up!

    Before I forget, THANKS sub for the great software

    cheers, as always

    steeb

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    Beautiful! Better enjoy them while you can. Snap your fingers and time flies and their own their way out the house on their own.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pcostanza View Post
    Beautiful! Better enjoy them while you can. Snap your fingers and time flies and their own their way out the house on their own.
    Hiya Paul. Many thanks. Ooooh are you sure that she will leave when the time is right? I would like some geeky ME time back soon!

    very best

    steeb

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    steeb, my only child, a boy, well, really a man now, is 20 and in college. It seems like only weeks ago I was changing his diaper. Life goes by fast. Take lots of pictures and videos and when she dates, show them all to her date and embarrass her.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pcostanza View Post
    . It seems like only weeks ago I was changing his diaper. Life goes by fast.
    Next he will be changing yours !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    Very cute.

    I've just been hosting a six year old birthday party today. So much noise. I need a rest...
    Doing those in a tiny house is an experience to remember. The decibels-per-square-meter is something short of mindnumbing (literally). LOL

    Problem is that those 6 to 8 years' old are the best behaved of them all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sykor View Post
    Problem is that those 6 to 8 years' old are the best behaved of them all
    Argh! Dont tell me that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    Argh! Dont tell me that...
    From my experience...

    you spend the first two years trying to get them to talk...
    then you spend the next 12 years trying to get them to shut-up...
    then for the four years after that all you get are grunts...

    Then one day you get a txt msg... "Dad, there's a great blues band playing in whatever pub on Sunday afternoon - me and my buddies are going - do you fancy coming down?" - and suddenly it all becomes worth it...

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