Patti Deni, undoubtedly trying to make up for her lack of parenting (or child droppage), had a 98-inch StarGlas60 television installed in the ceiling above her teenage son's bed.
"Because it's so big and has such a wide viewing angle, Patty's son wouldn't have to lay flat on his back necessary to see the screen," Bohner explains.
"He and his friends can prop themselves just about anywhere and get a good view," adds Patty.
Wow. I didn't even have a TV in my bedroom until I was....okay, I don't think I've ever had a TV in my bedroom. And you know why? Because I don't sleep. LIKE EDWARD IN TWILIGHT. Only I'm dreamier. Somebody, anybody, back me up. DO IT NOW!
100-inch Screen Gets Mounted Flush in the Ceiling [electronichouse]
Thanks to naas and 42 y/o undead warlock, whose kids are lucky to not sleep under the dining room table.
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