Laraine Webber shared a memory of early TV days. "Remember when we would fall asleep in front of the telly and wake up to this pattern with the annoying white noise"? As it says on the pic, viewers of TV today will never understand the meaning of the 'test pattern' because TV these days runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There was a time though when TV stations would switch their transmission signal on at 9 o'clock in the morning and the first program would commence much later in the day. For example looking at the line up for Channel 9 on 12th February 1960, it shows; 9.30am Test Pattern, Music and at 1pm 'Thursday At One'. Bert Newton, Laurel Young, Lesley Webster. No breakfast TV! Program then continued throughout the day until 11.30pm for the 'Epilogue' and finally 11.35pm Close. Who can remember falling asleep in front of TV and waking up to snow and static?
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She waits so quietly in her kennel that no one notices her. We took this video to try and show her to the world so someone might want to adopt her. The beautiful and gentle Tess is a very sweet girl and has waited a long time for someone nice to meet and adopt her.
Tess looks like an am-staff x, she is approx. 3 years old and her impound number is 5204. Her adoption fee is $150 and it includes desexing, vaccination, microchipping, a vet check & lifetime registration.
If you are interested in meeting this special lady and giving her a furever family, please come down to the facility to meet her. Tess may be best suited to a home as an only dog.
WHERE Blacktown Animal Holding Facility 415 Flushcombe Road, Prospect NSW
Today we as a couple hit a MILESTONE. Bobby, after 8 months of attempted-toilet training, today conquered it! Ok might have gone a bit early on that call, but today's marks the first day Bobby didn't have ANY accidents and politely told us EVERYTIME he needed to go. We never had to prompt him. He was even quite specific with 'Mummy I need to go to the toilet. It's a poo, not a wee.' 😂 For those of you playing along at home without kids will be lyk totally saaaa un-interested with this. For parents, this is like a fuckyeah👊🏻proud😍slightly-weirdly-emotional-again-because-my-baby-is-growing-too-fast😨 moment [or is that just me 🤔]. And whilst all credit must go to the man of the hour BOBBY, I'm taking this moment to give praise to US @jarydcachia. When Bobby told us last week 'I don't want to wear nappies anymore' we were rapt! The time had come where he'd made the decision HIMSELF! And despite how many times we've scooped shit out of jocks this week, and had to persist sitting next to him on the toilet floor for hours on end, after only 7 days it's paid off! Teamwork baby 👏🏻👊🏻 To the man who I've given next to no attention to lately since numero due, I love you honey [and are you pinching my Face Hero again because your skin looks better than mine and I'm only slightly jealous 😒]
"What we’re trying to achieve is to remind or even educate the Australian community that anxiety is a very real problem. That people, when they say they have severe anxiety, that it is something to be taken very seriously."
8.30 Sunday in a #60Mins special report, Peter Overton investigates ground breaking anxiety research in a bid to uncover hope for those struggling the most.