…not that I’m turning down any recent offers, mind you, but I digress. You may recall that I opted out of my addiction…I mean, subscription…to cable television (almost two years ago) in favor of over-the-air broadcasting. As I wrote then, I was pleasantly surprised to find out there were a few dozen channels at my disposal. A couple of them are devoted to airing what they call “classic” TV shows.
One night, I was looking for something to watch, and stumbled across an episode of “The Six Million Dollar Man,” which was an honest-to-goodness STAPLE of my childhood TV viewing. And that’s saying something, because I watched a LOT of TV. As I eagerly watched this gem from the mid-1970’s, it became clear to me that, during its almost 40 years of storage, the recording media must have degraded with age, turning this once awesome show into a cheesy and predictable mishmash of physically improbable macho stunt heroics. It’s a shame they didn’t have a way of better preserving the film…curiously, though, the opening sequence wasn’t affected; it’s still cool as heck:
At EXAIR, you won’t find any stunt heroics…well, not outside our continuing series of Professor Penurious videos, anyway. You will, however, find that we’re very predictable. If you have questions about:
*Optimizing your compressed air system
*Efficient, quiet, and safe use of compressed air for blow off, cleaning, drying, cooling, etc.
*Atomized liquid spraying
*Air operated vacuum generators, up to 27”Hg
*Bulk material conveyance using compressed air
*Cold air as low as 50°F (46°C) for a variety of cooling applications
Then you can count on swift and accurate information from our Customer Service agents, and expert technical assistance from our Application Engineers. When you’re ready to order, you can expect same day shipment on just about anything in our catalog. Once you’ve got it, know that you can call us anytime with questions about installation, operation, “tips and tricks, “ etc. We want to make sure that you get the most out of our products.
As for the cheesiness….well, sometimes, it is what it is. ‘nuff said.