Kate On The Gate

 
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Panasonic TX-39A400B 39-inch Widescreen 1080p Full&hellip by Panasonic
27 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very pleased., 6 Jun 2014
I'm really pleased with this TV, I have bought the 39in. It is replacing an older Panasonic and I'm glad I stuck with the brand. It has no bangs and whistles (as someone has previously pointed out) and that's good because I don't want them, and if you do, then you wouldn't have read past "product details".

The picture quality is great but as my eyes are 60 yrs old this year, I took John Andrew's advise and changed the settings to the recommendations he suggested and that is easier on the eye for me but still beautifully clear and sharp and great colours (so thanks John).

I found the sound is good for me (and you can make an adjustment that allows for the back… Read more
IRONING CLOTH - help avoid ironing damage & shine &hellip by HANGERWORLD
I bought this as a replacement because my old one had finally given up the ghost, after a good few years service. there were dearer ones than this so I was a bit dubious but I needn't have been. The size is good (you don't want it too small or you have to move it too many times) and whilst it is thick enough not to burn the delicates (some cheap ones are too thin and you would burn stuff) it oes not leave an imprint on material. I don't use it on every thing but I could not iron trousers or t shirts with pictures on without one of these cloths.
The Granny by Brendan O'Carroll
The Granny by Brendan O'Carroll
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!!!, 12 Feb 2013
The last book in the original trilogy of Agnes Brown's life, although "The Young Wan" was written after this and formed the prequel covering Agnes' younger years. As with the previous two I cried on every page, either laughing or crying. Most people reading this will have read the previous two, so the story line and great comedy does not need any comment, and, apart from saying this book is THE best comedy I've read, I will not say more as it would give away the Fab ending.