used for that, you would be better off using a light behind a fan, and feed the exhaust to a old nylon sock. spray the sock with alcohol before you empty it. skeeters can't fly against a wind, so they head towards the light, and get trapped. the alcohol kills them by dehydration. This method kills a local population fairly effectively.
The tesla battery is just that, a battery. you need to add a inverter and charger yourself
try the snoopy hot dog toaster. hot grease sizzling near toasting elements might give you that feeling back.
my mom bought one of these from shopko this spring, it did the buns great on 1 run, but the dogs had to go twice to be hot enough.
I live in a small town, about a hour and a half from ANY major population. I have a
My mother lives 30 minutes from Milwaukee. 1/4 the lot, 3 bedroom. Full Basement, Compact car garage, and the house sits 15 feet from a BUSY street (so not a prime location) 5 foot spacing between homes. $200k.
Location, Location, LOCATION.
Well, I for one am happy to have a physical location to bring a defective device back and get a replacement that day.
you forgot the glaring silently with the "i will kill you in your sleep" thing
to be fair, you probably would have melted that tray with a "dumb" oven anyways....... (who looks in the oven before setting the Preheat for pizza? I don't)
Think the Naked Cowboy from new york
A friend of mine got a TV (can't remember the brand) from a raffle. he doesn't have internet, and the tv will NOT let him use it if he isn't connected to the network to agree to the TOS.
This is where we are heading......
Granted, it's a college humor link, but it's a valid example
they put a (rfid?) ring under the top foil that the coffee machine detects when you close it. you can cut the ring out and tape it to the top of the cup bin, and bypass the drm.
that is true now, but amazon had lots of drm in their stuff back then. the videos transcoded inside WMP and applied DRM back in, and every once in a while, i had to re-sync the license or the player would whine at me. (audio files too) Amazon has since made the (audio) less evil, but the video has become more restricted.
side note, audible (owned by amazon) links into itunes, but to watch a amazon video, you need a separate app. odd.
You can bring any calculator you like to the midterm, as long as it doesn't dim the lights when you turn it on. -- Hepler, Systems Design 182