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That depends on how old you are, where you live, and the places that you want to go. If you are wanting to go somewhere alone in a dangerous neighborhood or after dark, than your mom is likely right, and you shouldn't do those things alone. Also, young girls are more at risk for problems when they are out alone rather than in groups, and young guys there is a little less to worry about. I don't think anyone under 13 years old needs to go anywhere at anytime alone outside of their house and to school. If you are older than that, then try showing your mom you are responsible; text her to let her know that you are okay; call her when you reach your destination; and reassure her frequently that you are fine.
He said on the camping trip that Walter always said he didn't want to raise kids alone, so I assumed he just stepped back after their kids were born. We saw him less after that and then the actor has worked on other shows.
All brand have similar problems. I've seen enough TV in different brands and types to say nothing is built to last in the flat panel TV department. You'll notice that the manufacture warranty is only 1 year for 90% of the TVs.
When you buy a TV regardless of the brand, get the extend warranty. Most new replacement circuit boards alone to fix the TV cost about $200 to $300 min. Plus add on the labor for fixing it will cost a pretty penny too.
With the extended warranty, it will pay itself off in the long run with one service call. Most warranty policies will replace the TV if they can't fix it.
Those clocks are no longer made. To repair we had to remove and send to a rebuilding facility. I d not know if these places are still available but I would leave well enough alone until it dies completely. Eric
1. It is not a two years old TV, but a 9 years old one.
2. The common problem of the symptoms is a defective main power supply, you may check to see that are there anny "Pup-Up" electrolytic capacitor on the power supply, if there is any, replace them, you may fix up the TV