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Hal 1 year ago
its a discrete cam. a lot of airbnb people do these.
       
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Rosalyn 1 year ago
Hal, no it’s not. A discrete cam doesn’t have a bright light to alert everyone its there LOL. It’s most likely a WiFi extender.
       
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Lillian 1 year ago
       
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Cornelia 1 year ago
#5 Or old coffee can, old canned ham, opening key. Wasn't just used for Spam. Spam now has a pull ring.
       
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Nettie 1 year ago
#1 Iron added to food/food supplements is not magnetic... they dont put metals bits as such you would not digest it sm_80
       
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Arminda 1 year ago
Nettie, Yes, it is magnetic. Helped my son with a science project years ago concerning the magnetic properties of cereal with claims of having iron added as a daily supplement. Crunched up the cereal and used a rare earth magnet to see how much cereal could be picked up by the magnet. Don't remember the exact outcome, but it seemed like the cheaper the cereal, the more cereal was picked up by the magnet. Try it, it was fun. I thought it was BS till i saw it for myself.
       
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Dob 1 year ago
#5 It was more often used to open a can of sardines. It was glued to the bottom.
       
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Delphia 1 year ago
LOVE these, Izi...keep 'em coming!
       
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Mitty 1 year ago
They say there's no such thing as a dumb question, but a few of these came close.
       
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Obedience 1 year ago
Mitty,Some of the comments do also.
       
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Renius 1 year ago
#17 In the USA these are made of glass and used on telephone poles and power lines to prevent grounding.
       
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Eve 1 year ago
#10 what great way to remember Great Gramma. Every time you give yourself a quick home Pap smear it’s nostalgic.
       
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Very heavy ceramic thing found on beach in Aomori prefecture, Japan. The inner and outer portion are all one piece. The innermost bit seems to be threaded.

A: It’s a ceramic insulator.

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