Nahili Samurai

Municpality changing pipes and satellite TV | December 26, 2007

Municpality changing pipes and satellite TV

The municipality is updating our heating system for the first time in 20 years. They’re changing old metallic pipes to new plastic pipes. I guess the pipes are produced in our new factory.

All the ugly satellistes are being removed, households are attached to a single distribution center for each house. Most popular satellites are available – Yamal 1, Yamal 2, Turksat, Hotbird.

I rate municipality efforts – A+


Posted in Innovative News


  1. I came across your blog yesteday, and I find it interesting. Most probabaly the only unofficial blog on Turk day to day events. As an expat living in Turk, I find this blog very usefull

    Keep up the good work.

    Comment by Rano — December 26, 2007 @ 9:26 am

  2. Thanks,

    Although I know my rants are boring, I try my best to keep the place alive.

    Thanks again for coming!

    Comment by nahili — December 27, 2007 @ 2:32 am

  3. Nah, I would disagree with you here. Municipalty (and government in general) should not dictate people whether they can install satellite dishes or what to watch. how many people will be able to afford the cable tv, with current levels of unemployment in TM? plus, the selection of channels will be inevitably limited to only a small number. And what if I would like to watch Al jazeera, Club 700 (religious conservative TV network in the US)) or porno, or regular gay channels? will i be given such choice through the municipalty TV? i doubt so…

    Comment by tm — December 27, 2007 @ 6:26 am

  4. Your disagreement is boring. The fee for 1 year of cable is less than 1 USD. Besides, nobody strictly bans installing own satellites. I guess as long as you don’t make the house ugly it’s okay. Watch whatever you want…

    Comment by Nahili — December 27, 2007 @ 10:54 am

  5. I agree with Nahili, funny reply by z way…:))

    Comment by nurahmet — December 27, 2007 @ 10:39 pm

  6. Happy New Year from Portugal.
    Literary Greetings

    Comment by shell — January 2, 2008 @ 5:47 am

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