Dish Network Remote Controls
If you drive through many neighborhoods in the United States, you will
see there is a common theme. Many homes now have a satellite hooked
to their roofs or the sides of their homes. Who would have ever dreamed
we would have a satellite fed television coming into our homes!
I remember television days of old. If you were lucky, you were able
to view three channels, and one of those was usually fuzzy. Forget about
remote controls, too. My fingers did the turning and the tuning! When
cable first hit the scene, I was blown away. Now I had something to
do with my life! I could keep up with many different television shows
at once. My biggest hurdle was running to get a snack or use the restroom
before the commercial was over.
Satellite television has brought my television viewing to an even more
refined art. I can simply use my Dish Network remote control to schedule
future viewing or to purchase a movie days in advance! Dish Network
remote controls are fairly easy to figure out, too. I can operate one
in the dark, or with my eyes closed. (Which I have done if I stumble
across a horror movie!)
One thing I have found interesting is the different
names people use to refer to their Dish Network remote controls. No
one says, "Where
is the Dish Network remote control?" Many will say, "Where's the remote?" or "Where's
the flicker?" Others may call their Dish Network Remote a "button" or "clicker."
Whatever people call it, it is an important member of the household.
It's missed immediately if it becomes lost, and if it
is not acting properly, everyone becomes concerned. The
remote control is one of those things in life you take for granted until
you can't find it, or the battery goes dead. So, do as I do. Guard the
remote control with your life. If someone else wants to use it, act
really sad and miserable. I guarantee you'll have it back in your hands
within no time!