RR Anderson, DIY Cultural Arts Specialist

Jan. 8, 2009 at 8:38pm

Professor Fry's Wonder Converter: Digital TV Converter Box 2009 compliant

Don't Get Left Behind the Digital Transition!

Are you like many of the lazy americans who hasn't considered the switch to Digital Television come February 17th 2009? You can't afford to miss out on exciting television advertising and shows!! Don't get left with a worthless lump of television that your old analog set will surely become!


Professor Fry's Wonder Converter

But how do I use?

Attaches to any analog televsion with DIGITAL TO ANALOG TAPE ADHESIVE ! INCLUDED!!!!! FREE! (ONLY $10 Extra!)

Potential Benefits:

  1. Receive multiple high definition digital televisions signal, FREE PORN CHANNELS MAYBE TOO!
  2. Win Friends with elitist technology advantage 100%
  3. Get hungry and eat saltwater taffy (may effect reception of analog / digital conversion... not recommended, but possible in emergency)
  4. Real testimonials and positive reviews by scientists and science fiction fans.
  5. Mark Briggs mentions this technology in his book. Chapter 3: JOURNALISTS 2.0 BUY DIGITAL TELEVISION BOX NOW!!!!!
  6. "Go Local"
  7. Watch TEE VEE
  8. Improve stamina and love life.

Conduct a Science Experiment as Proof

Place your current converter box in the microwave oven for 10 minutes high. See the sparks? That's because your current cable box is now no longer digital to analog compliant. Try it out now on your tv? You really need to buy superior products. Don't hesitate!

Only 6 Monthly PAYMENTS OF $45.00 (plus additional shipping and handling costs).

buy now at feed tacoma shops!

comments [11]  |  posted under Click!, converter box, digital TV, southsound, tacoma, technology


by deeble interactive on 1/8/2009 @ 9:28pm
"Next month there will be howls of outrage from people who have somehow gone an entire decade watching TV and ignoring all those Public Service Announcements about the switchover. What does that say about the true power of advertising? Pitiful."

* * *

Are you trying to cash in anderson?

by fredo on 1/8/2009 @ 9:57pm
Imagine what would happen if, for even one day, I couldn't tune in Oprah, Deal or No Deal, or the 700 Club. That would be the end of life as I know it.

I for one, don't want to risk that. I'm sending in my payment in full for Professor Fry's Wonder converter. Make that 3. And what channel does that porno come in on?

by droid116 on 1/9/2009 @ 10:15am
It is important to note that all orders must specify whether or not they need DOTNet, .Net or .Nothing but Net compliance. It is vital that they specify if they are interested in an open source back end digital interface mult-plex data mining, storing and retrieval flash card and code access.

Or simply the forks and taffy.

FYI, the model shown only picks up shows from 1960 through 1973 and the Food Network. And old episodes of Ren and Stimpy.

by fredo on 1/9/2009 @ 11:18am
Are there any user servicable components inside or do defective units need to be returned to Professor Fry?

by fredo on 1/9/2009 @ 11:24am
Are there any user servicable components inside or do defective units need to be returned to Professor Fry?

by Dave_L on 1/9/2009 @ 12:31pm
Can I get a spork-version?
And if it gets through 1973, does it pick up the first few seasons of the New Zoo Revue? (Specifically Emmy Jo.)

by thriceallamerican on 1/9/2009 @ 1:18pm
So RR, when does the Flying Turtle Post-Intelligencer hit the F>>T Shops? And if it doesn't sell, are you going print-only? (see seattlepi.nwsource.com/business/395463_n...)

by droid116 on 1/9/2009 @ 4:28pm

Yes it does carry the New Zoo Revue. (by the way Emmy Jo married Doug Momery and they are still married 30 years plus later) ((No word on the whereabouts of Freddy the Frog))

It also carries episodes of Lidsville and Sigmund and the Sea Monsters. However, since Marshall, Will and Holly did not enter the Land of the Lost until 1974, they are unavailable.

by NineInchNachos on 1/9/2009 @ 4:52pm
meanwhile jamie:

I thought this economics curmudgeon provided an illuminating podcast. Beware the plutonium 210!


by NineInchNachos on 1/9/2009 @ 6:50pm
firstly Mr. Fredo, all our digital box converters are open source, however much like an Ipod the product housing is fiercely protected by DRM and warranty void seals. There is no way to get to the internal components! it's the perfect catch 22. Infact I DARE you to mess with the innards. Just don't do it in a public area. Infact you better get one of those police robots if you wanna monkey with these electronics. just sayin. Also once attached to your TV you can never remove it or turn off your TV EVER!

ha ha ha!

No unit is ever defective. How dare you suggest otherwise. I hope kevin deletes you comment where you suggest one of our products could be defective or we'll sue. I swear to god.... so help me.

I'm wearing one of the digital converters on my head right now. It keeps the government sound lasers from reading my thoughts. That's a fringe benefit of the converter box too. I bet you didn't know that. Nobody knows what I know. Yet I suppose that's why I get paid the big bucks.

by fredo on 1/11/2009 @ 12:19pm
I'm going to wait until you unviel your 2nd Generation converter box. The features I want on it include rodent and insect repellant radio waves, and a little TeeVee screen with a lenticular picture of a fireplace built entirely by Amish workers. If it could actually heat your home for only pennies for year that would be a good thing too.


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