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#21
Reinventing the Wheel: Part Two



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#22
Reinventing the Wheel: Part Three



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#23
Are your headlight covers getting that cloudy look? There are many products out there. However, there is one almost certainly in your home that will also work as well. And that miracle product is toothpaste.

I just walked out and did it to my right front lense, and Voila!, it works. Now I have to do the other one.

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#24
New device makes wheelchairs obsolete.
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#25
I kept waiting for it to show how it traverses steps, but it didn't cover it. I assume that there is still nothing allowing them to climb that hurtle.
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#26
I sold a house to an individual who received catastrophic injuries in an automobile accident; the insurance company installed a small elevator. It really blended in; the entrance looked like a door to a closet.
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(01-02-2014, 03:54 PM)John L Wrote: Are your headlight covers getting that cloudy look? There are many products out there. However, there is one almost certainly in your home that will also work as well. And that miracle product is toothpaste.

I just walked out and did it to my right front lense, and Voila!, it works. Now I have to do the other one.

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How often do you get snow?
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#28
That's not my car, but the one in the article. I have a Town&Country van.

Incidentally, we are forecast to get snow tonight. We will get anywhere from 1-3 inches, or perhaps more. Its not a lot, but where I live in the deep south, this is still unusual. The western part of the state will naturally get larger doses. S5
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#29
Ho no!..., You always manage to turn every discussion into an anti-AGW rant! S12
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#30
(01-21-2014, 01:00 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: Ho no!..., You always manage to turn every discussion into an anti-AGW rant! S12

You call that an "anti-AGW rant" Fred? Really.

I thought I was answering Ronald's comment about the snow on the red Taurus(?) as being my car. How did that morph into a 'you-know-what'? S13
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#31
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#32



Medical grade ozone generators and how to use them for healing.

Tried to set the video to start at 8 minutes 39 seconds(didn't work). Skip to 8 minutes 39 seconds. I have no idea why anyone would want to own a medical grade ozone generator but after listening from the 8m39sec mark my interest is waning and I am thinking that I am better off not knowing....S18
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#33
I already have enough trouble trying to keep others from sticking things up my arse. I need to ask Bill about all this. S13
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(01-30-2014, 12:00 PM)John L Wrote: I already have enough trouble trying to keep others from sticking things up my arse. I need to ask Bill about all this. S13

Not really sure how I came across that one but for darn sure I ain't gunna be pumping O3 up my arse anytime in the future....Gah
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#35
Here's a simple innovation that may well save a lot more lives on the battlefield.

At first glance, it almost looks like something that could go hand in hand with that ozone generator above. S13
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(02-04-2014, 01:43 AM)John L Wrote: Here's a simple innovation that may well save a lot more lives on the battlefield.

At first glance, it almost looks like something that could go hand in hand with that ozone generator above. S13

Makes perfect sense! Good idea!

Hey, I think the reason that I use crazy glue for minor cuts is because the stitchless sutures technique were developed for battlefield care...
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#37
Have you tried this stuff before? There are other similar products, even some you can just spray on. But I like just brushing on a sealer. That way you can close the cut and once it is perfectly aligned, just seal it, and very little chance of scars later.

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Was Super Glue invented to seal battle wounds in Vietnam?
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(02-04-2014, 02:05 AM)John L Wrote: Have you tried this stuff before? There are other similar products, even some you can just spray on. But I like just brushing on a sealer. That way you can close the cut and once it is perfectly aligned, just seal it, and very little chance of scars later.

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Nope, I am aware of 'New Skin's' existence but never purchased or tried while living in the USA, doubt it is available here and since the generic cyanoacrylate glues that are readily available here are of a strength that makes them suitable for a wide range of purposes including the advertised hanging people from their heads from tall buildings, I find that they are best to keep at hand.
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(02-04-2014, 02:05 AM)John L Wrote: Was Super Glue invented to seal battle wounds in Vietnam?
Quote:"In 1964 Eastman submitted an application to use cyanoacrylate glues to seal wounds to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Soon afterward Dr. Coover's glue did find use in Vietnam--reportedly in 1966 cyanoacrylates were tested on-site by a specially trained surgical team, with impressive results." link
Good read! I really enjoyed that one John!S2
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"Curiosity killed the Cat" and for good reason but I could not help but look. I have and use several language translators during the course of each and every day. But I had to look and wanted to read for myself to see if someone had built some kind of baffle system into the shoe that might take air from the 'topline' or 'collar' of the heel and pumps it upwards from the bottom of the insole upwards at the sole of the foot. NOPE! This is a shoe with manufactured holes in the soles!S13 From my translator:

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Just a freaking shoe with built in holes. I used cardboard in my shoes to block the holes and used to have my wing-tips and other shoes resoled until the ancient 'Jimmy the shoe maker' explained to me that he could no longer resole my shoes because the supply houses no longer sent out full sheets of leather but tiny little pre-made patterns for miniature versions of people but my size 13EEE and 13EEEE were not accommodated.

That would be another issue with me regarding the purchase of these fantastic new air conditioned shoes. They are only sold up to 27cm. My feet are 30cm. 12in. One foot, I mean, I mean my foot is a foot! What has happened over time with the rest of you I do not know but throughout history a real man's foot was a foot! How the heck do you think we got to a mile?

So shoes sold with manufactured holes in the soles I will put on the same list as denim jeans sold with holes!
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(02-04-2014, 02:05 AM)John L Wrote: Have you tried this stuff before? There are other similar products, even some you can just spray on. But I like just brushing on a sealer. That way you can close the cut and once it is perfectly aligned, just seal it, and very little chance of scars later.

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Was Super Glue invented to seal battle wounds in Vietnam?

That plastic skin has been around since forever. Bowlers all have some in their ball bag to treat blisters. The newest stuff wears off much quicker than the older stuff.

The one thing I want to see is the old plastic cement we all used to build models. It was outlawed because a few Darwin Award winners sniffed it. Almost everything I ever need to fix won't hold with epoxy or super-glue.
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