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Who says there is nothing good on TV?

     Some parents are more concerned about what their children watch on TV than other parents are.  Some want to create a really great experience for the little rug rats by getting the TV right down to their level.  Of course this could just as well be Nutsy the Squirrel's house.

Nutsy Television 

I have known people that leave the TV on for their pets while they are away---so what is wrong with Steve leaving it on for Nutsy.

     In this case the children are well served by their parents because, while there isn't anything worth watching on the 360 available channels, at least they will be able to keep warm-----since this is an electric radiant wall heater----and not a flat screen TV at all!  Even Nutsy will enjoy curling up in front of this "TV" with a bag of peanuts.

     I guess the rug-rats will have to find something better to do.

     (Take note of the receptacle next to the big screen----it will be the subject of my next post.)

Charles Buell  

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Comment balloon 15 commentsCharles Buell • September 27 2008 04:52PM

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You had me fooled.  I thought some parent had put a big screen down low for the kids!  Nutsy is taking the weekend off, you know.

Posted by Barbara S. Duncan, GRI, e-PRO, Executive Broker, Searcy AR (RE/MAX Advantage) about 10 years ago

Charles, If this is for Nutsy, shouldn't it be out on the deck or is he house trained? Either way, it looks kinda nuts to me...

Posted by TeamCHI - Complete Home Inspections, Inc., Home Inspectons - Nashville, TN area - 615.661.029 (Complete Home Inspections, Inc.) about 10 years ago

Barbara, trust me----Nutsy is lurking----and ready to "pounce"

Michael, he is FAR from house trained---but Steve lets him have the run of the house anyway----you know what rodent infested attics and crawl spaces smell like?----need I say more?

 

Posted by Charles Buell, Seattle Home Inspector (Charles Buell Inspections Inc.) about 10 years ago

Charles,  I thought it was a TV.   I was asking myself all kinds of questions when I saw the pcture.  I guess that is why you should read the full story.

Posted by Jimmy McCall, The Ex-Mortgage Consultant (JimmyMcCall.com) about 10 years ago

hhhmmmm, Never seen a heater like that before. Are they energy efficient? I would venture to say they are not, but I dunno.

Sean Allen

Posted by Sean Allen, International Financing Solutions (International Financing Solutions ) about 10 years ago

Jimmy, I think at first glance that is what everyone thinks.

Sean, if you want to heat electrically----these are hard to beat.

Posted by Charles Buell, Seattle Home Inspector (Charles Buell Inspections Inc.) about 10 years ago

Never seen one of these type of wall heaters, a electric radiant wall heater. Does that mean the surface to this unit does not get hot to the touch. So its safe to have a bunch of rug rats running around there, without one getting toasted. That is so cool. ~ Newbie

 

                                                             

Posted by Roy A. Peterson, P.R.E.I. (Domicile Analysis of Texas) about 10 years ago

Roy I sure hope so:)  Tough to beat "radiant" heat----and without all the noise of the fan type.

Posted by Charles Buell, Seattle Home Inspector (Charles Buell Inspections Inc.) about 10 years ago

Nutsy is out of the office till tuesday. If you have further home inspection questions, please contact my boss, Steve.

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Nutsy

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Posted by Steven L. Smith, Bellingham WA Home Inspector (King of the House Home Inspection, Inc.) about 10 years ago

I hear that he might not be back at all since he is taking flying lessons from some "flying relatives."

Posted by Charles Buell, Seattle Home Inspector (Charles Buell Inspections Inc.) about 10 years ago

Perhaps Steve contracted them to take me out of the picture. Oh well I need some more squirrel mounted trophies for my game room anyways they'll look nice nestled between the singing mounted Rainbow Trout and the my "Top Ten Reasons the NRA Should Pick the Next President" poster.  Wheres my Buck Shot... Of course I am only kidding...  or am I?

Posted by Klee B. Patel about 10 years ago

Hi Charles, Wow, you had me fooled for sure.. Ok, now we are on the edge of our seats for the next installment. God bless,

Posted by No Longer Active in Staging. No Longer Staging about 10 years ago

Charles - If Nutsy lives in that house could you then call him a rug rat?  Sorry Nutsy.

Jack

Posted by Jack Gilleland (Home Inspection and Investor Services, Clayton) about 10 years ago

Cheryl, it would be a great TV for kids to watch though wouldn't it?

Jack can you imagine what it would do to a squirrel's self esteem to shave his tail?

Posted by Charles Buell, Seattle Home Inspector (Charles Buell Inspections Inc.) about 10 years ago

Hi all,

Just checking in from L.A. My boss gave me a week off to pursue my part-time modeling career. I will be featured on the packaging for some of the new "squirrel proof" bird feeders. The good thing is that I have been able to figure out how to get around the system.

Greetings to my friends and fans,

Nutsy

Certifried home inspection assistant

Posted by Steven L. Smith, Bellingham WA Home Inspector (King of the House Home Inspection, Inc.) about 10 years ago

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