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Working 'exceptionally' on Saturday, I got up at 3am to start at 5am. After work, went shopping, watched TV (including JESC), then wrote up my review. It was a long day, around 27 hours. Mmmm.
As for the song contest, some songs I liked didn't do so well and some I didn't think would do so well did. As for the winner... well, go go read my review.
Afterwards, I went to put my disc back. Trying to be clever, and knowing there was something I wanted to watch on Zone Horror, I decided to tune using that as my guide.
The signal is a weak one, originating from a weak satellite. Altogether, 15 minutes of hunting and not a peep. I changed my tuning to BBC One South (a stronger signal) and found the satellite in a minute. As I used the prime focus of my dish for Hotbird, when I returned to the Sky birds, it also meant my secondary LNB was in the correct place for 19.2°E.
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PS: Don't try to be clever.
It's a simple substring match.
Last read at 06:29 on 2020/04/07.
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