Bingo! That's the real kicker for me, too!
I think this could be very handy for training animals not to jump up on the couch!
These tests infuriated my JROTC instructor in high school! I think at that time, we held up a pencil to cover the distant object, and then saw which eye was doing the aiming. Well, I said I saw two pencils, and failed to see how this would help me because I could line up either. I'm just thinking too much, I guess.… Read more
Yeah. I'm with you there. This stuff often prompts me to dig in my heels more because I know something's coming.
Previous commenters pegged many of the flaws in this design, but the one that jumped out to me first was how crappy the spatula would be, since it is as thick as two, and doesn't have a unified bevel. How many of you have a square-edged spatula/turner that's about 3mm thick that you're really happy with? You're… Read more
I've had my printout from KeyRingThing for years now, not even laminated. Have loved it. But one of my cards changed, and I went in today to reprint. However I wasn't able to find in the site how I can print it. Looks like they've gotten popular enough to where they think they can remove the free option.
Tip: if you hold your finger *across* the barcode (perpendicular to the lines), you run a greater chance of the wrong one being scanned because if any of the code all the way across appears (either above or below your finger), it could be read. Instead, cover the code vertically (with your finger parallel with the… Read more
Don't know about this one, but there's an app called Volume Toggle (there is a free version) that lets you switch between profiles (and create your own, too). But the key is that it can be integrated with Tasker, another app (that's mentioned here on LH often). Tasker can easily be set to call a Volume Toggle… Read more
I'm thinking that there's not much difference between us manually turning it off by lifting the "lever" and the ice doing it for us when it gets full. Article has the smell of fear-mongering hokum to me.