Mounted high on walls and above fireplaces, today's TVs are treated like art. Despite the fact that I think that trying to disguise a flatscreen as decoration is fantastic, mine remain perched atop clunky stands and inside media cabinets. See, my husband fears that a mounted TV will surely plummet to its death on the floor. He simply can't be convinced that the aesthetics of hanging a boob tube on the wall outweighs the slim possibility that it could fall — even if we have a professional come in and do it extremely securely. I'm sure it does happen, but I've yet to meet someone whose TV has come crashing down. So I'm curious (and maybe a little jealous), is your TV mounted on the wall?
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