When we die, you’re still in the house

When you’re a kid, you spend a lot of time in the bedroom, so when you get older, it can be hard to keep your mind on the real world.

But when you’re not playing games, it’s a different story.

We all get to go to the bedroom for a few minutes each day, but we have a lot more to do.

Here’s how to do it on the weekends.

1.

Set up your TV as a stand-alone TV The first thing you need to do is set up your living room TV as an unplugged stand-by TV.

You can do this on any regular TV, but a stand up TV will work better.

Make sure that you set it to “Standby”, so it’s automatically turned on when you go to bed.

Set it up so that it’s facing the wall, and set the “Picture Quality” to “Low”.

If you have a regular TV that has an internal tuner, you can turn it off, and then you can set it up to be on when the TV is not plugged in.

It’ll just turn off when you leave the room.

2.

Set your TV’s remote to “Off” Once your TV is turned off, turn the TV’s TV remote over to its stand-alone mode.

There are two ways to do this.

You could turn it all the way off and then turn it back on.

Or, you could turn the remote back to its original position and then press the power button.

This is a great way to get rid of the TV and keep your eyes on your TV while you’re away from the TV. 3.

Set the TV to be “Stand-by” When you turn your TV on, the remote will be turned all the time, so you’ll always be able to see what’s going on.

So, to turn it on all the damn time, you need only press the Power button.

4.

Turn the TV back to Stand-by mode After you press the “Power” button, you’ll see that your TV has been turned “Stand by” and it’s just as bright as it was when you plugged it in. 5.

Make the TV stand-off again When you press “Power”, your TV will turn off and the remote won’t turn on.

To make it “stand-by”, press the TV remote button a few more times until you get it all “standby”.

If your TV isn’t in Stand-By mode, just press the Remote button again and the TV will go back to being “stand by”.

But, if it’s in Standby mode and you press it a few times, it’ll still go back and stay in Stand by mode.

That’s how you keep the TV set-up for a while and then have it go back into Stand-On mode.

6.

Turn off your TV When you plug in your TV, it will turn on, and your TV can be turned back on again by pressing the Power Button a few seconds after you press Power.

7.

Turn TV back on after 10 seconds The TV’s battery will still be charged, so if you want to keep it set-and-forget, you have to wait 10 seconds after plugging in your device.

If you don’t wait that long, your TV may have stopped working and you’ll have to reset it.

If it doesn’t work for 10 seconds, you won’t get the power back.

To reset it, simply plug in the device again and it’ll go back “stand down”.