Baby Proof Tv Guard

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  • A childproof object or environment is relatively safe for contact with children. The act of childproofing reduces risks to a level considered acceptable by a society, an institution, or, for example, to specific parents.
  • to keep watch over; "there would be men guarding the horses"
  • A body of soldiers serving to protect a place or person
  • The household troops of the British army
  • a person who keeps watch over something or someone
  • the person who plays that position on a football team; "the left guard was injured on the play"
  • A person who keeps watch, esp. a soldier or other person formally assigned to protect a person or to control access to a place
  • Transvestite
  • television receiver: an electronic device that receives television signals and displays them on a screen; "the British call a tv set a telly"
  • television: broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects; "she is a star of screen and video"; "Television is a medium because it is neither rare nor well done" - Ernie Kovacs
  • Apple TV is a digital media receiver made and sold by Apple Inc. It is a small form factor network appliance designed to play digital content originating from the iTunes Store, Netflix, YouTube, Flickr, MobileMe or any Mac OS X or Windows computer running iTunes onto an enhanced-definition or
  • Television (the system or a set)
baby proof tv guard - Parent Units
Parent Units DVD Guard
Parent Units DVD Guard
Parent Units DVD Guard Children never stop running around, playing and getting into everything! Curiosity with growing tots can be a problem. Parent Units has great solutions to protecting expensive equipment from little fingers. The DVD Guard by Parent Units is perfect for keeping your DVD player in working order even when baby gets curious. The DVD Guard by Parent Units is a plastic, transparent shield made of plastic that simply slips over most DVD players. The shield covers over buttons and even the disc drawer as well. The DVD can be removed at anytime and put back onto the DVD front panel. Remote controls will still operate the DVD player when the Parent Units DVD Guard is attached. With the Parent Units DVD Guard, there's no need to worry about the DVD player being damaged or broken. It's wonderful for moms and dads because Parent Units understands parents can't be watching their little ones every second. The DVD Guard is the answer to protecting expensive DVD players.

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Dennis Hopper
Dennis Hopper
Dennis Hopper dies at 74; actor directed counterculture classic 'Easy Rider' Dennis Hopper, the maverick director and costar of the landmark 1969 counterculture film classic "Easy Rider" whose drug- and alcohol-fueled reputation as a Hollywood bad boy preceded his return to sobriety and a career resurgence in the films " Hoosiers" and "Blue Velvet," died Saturday. He was 74. A longtime resident of Venice who also was known as a photographer, artist and collector of modern art, Hopper died at his home of complications from prostate cancer, said Alex Hitz, a friend of the family. A frail-looking Hopper, whose battle with prostate cancer was revealed in October, was able to attend a ceremony for the unveiling of his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in late March. In a more than five-decade acting career that was influenced early on by working with James Dean and studying at the Actors Studio, he made his film debut as one of the high school gang members who menace Dean in the 1955 classic Hopper went on to appear in more than 115 films, including "Giant," "Cool Hand Luke," "Hang 'Em High," "True Grit," "Apocalypse Now," "The American Friend," "Rumble Fish," "Speed," "True Romance" and "Rivers Edge." But it's his role as the long-haired, pot-smoking biker Billy opposite Peter Fonda's Wyatt (Captain America) in the hit movie "Easy Rider" that gave Hopper his most enduring claim to fame. The low-budget tale of two bikers on an ultimately tragic cross-country odyssey after scoring a big cocaine sale, "Easy Rider" became a generational touchstone. The movie, which boasted a star-making performance from a little-known Jack Nicholson as a boozy small-town lawyer who goes along for the ride and gets his first taste of marijuana, set old-guard Hollywood back on its heels. "The impact of 'Easy Rider,' both on the filmmakers and the industry as a whole, was no less than seismic," Peter Biskind wrote in his 1998 book "Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex-Drugs-And-Rock 'N' Roll Generation Saved Hollywood." "Hopper was catapulted into the pantheon of countercultural celebrities that included John Lennon, Abbie Hoffman and Timothy Leary," Biskind wrote. "He was surrounded by groupies and acolytes. He may have started down the slippery slope to megalomania and grandiloquence on his own, but he had plenty of help." "Easy Rider" won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for the best movie by a new director, and it earned co-writers Hopper, Fonda and Terry Southern an Oscar nomination. "Hopper and Fonda were renegades, Hollywood-bashers, the Vietcong of Beverly Hills," Biskind wrote. "To them, it was vindication, beating Hollywood at its own game, proof that you could get high, express yourself and make money all at the same time." Commenting on the success of "Easy Rider," Hopper said: "Nobody had ever seen themselves portrayed in a movie. At every love-in across the country people were smoking grass and dropping LSD, while audiences were still watching Doris Day and Rock Hudson." Another signature role was in "Apocalypse Now," director Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 nightmare vision of the Vietnam War. Hopper played a counterculture photojournalist, who is encountered in the compound of Marlon Brando's insane, renegade Col. Kurtz and is prone to his own crazed rantings. "Dennis Hopper was part of that sort of misfit, rebel-persona generation where you just didn't hit your mark and say your lines and try to create a movie icon type of presence," said Peter Rainer, film critic for the Christian Science Monitor. "He was much more rough-hewn, rough-edged and intuitive as an actor, and this created a lot of problems early on." Indeed, Hopper survived being shut out of major studio films for a number of years after a legendary run-in in the late '50s with old-guard director Henry Hathaway on the set of "From Hell to Texas." The highly volatile actor also survived his own well-documented descent into drugs and alcohol that reached a low point in the early '80s while making a film in Mexico. "I ended up walking off into the jungle, naked, in the middle of the night, somewhere down near Cuernavaca," he told Entertainment Weekly in 2005. "I was convinced they were listening to my mind and my friends were being gassed." During the last five years of his "abusing," he said, "I was doing half a gallon of rum with a fifth of rum on the side, 28 beers and 3 grams of cocaine a day — and that wasn't getting high, that was just to keep going, man. "I was a nightmare. I finally just shorted out." A post-rehab Hopper received a supporting actor Oscar nomination playing, ironically, the alcoholic father of
365/6 - Baby Proofed
365/6 - Baby Proofed
Well Rachel is starting to get more mobile, so you parents know what that means - Baby proofing. It wouldnt have been that bad, but, these stupid cabinets are so dense they broke 3 (THREE!) of my drill bits! But I eventually got all of the lower cabinets done, I will do the drawers next fun.

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