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Etty 2 month s ago
       
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Judson 2 month s ago
Etty, your stick is old and not funny. Get a life.
       
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Hody 2 month s ago
Judson,

Hehe, stick... Do you mean shtick? A shtick is a gimmick. A stick is a small piece of wood.
I totally agree, though.
       
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Pauline 2 month s ago
Etty, they live for cats. How pathetic is that?
       
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Hermie 2 month s ago
Etty, totally agree
       
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Midge 2 month s ago
#18 it should be OR not AND do all these things. Also UpTo 450 miles per day and averages 100 Per Charge.
       
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Mina 2 month s ago
Midge,

Whatever, i want it!
       
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Jud 2 month s ago
#21
While they're certainly cool, doesn't that defeat the purpose of "blackout" curtains...
       
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Cindy 2 month s ago
#9 a normal light would be better
       
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Abednego 2 month s ago
Cindy,

I’m gonna have to disagree. That is pretty brilliant
       
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Cindy 2 month s ago
Abednego,

normal light can shine further away, and you dont have to fix your eyes on grid pattern....and you can still see imperfections, holes etc.
vs.
all you can have is just light grid/pattern, not an actual visible area in front of you in dark. just lines reacting to surface. also its not that far in front of you, so you have to ride pretty slow to be able to react...

it looks cooler, but thats it. wassat

Abednego,

dont tell me this is worse

http s://youtu.be/Fnpj1GqFP4o?t=446
       
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Andy 2 month s ago
Cindy,
Gratis invention in 2010...Never heard from again
       
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Tash 2 month s ago
#7 Have they ever even used an eraser? Erasers turn dark grey from the pencil graphite. The design wouldn't work at all. Stupid.

#21 Of course! I should buy blackout curtains just so I can turn them into non-blackout curtains. Brilliant!
       
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Ricardo 2 month s ago
#16 The act of writing something down aids in memory. Forming the words in your head and transferring them to paper make you think about them more deeply, creating more synapses connected to the memory. That's why we should do it, and why people who do take notes generally do better on tests.

Kids are now given access to teacher's notes online, or they just take a damn picture of the board with their phones. Either way, they never look at them again, and don't remember sh#t. Then they're surprised when they get a sh#tty grade, and they go make memes about it.

This is our future.
       
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Deborah 2 month s ago
       
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Maureen 2 month s ago
Deborah,

Your joke is even older and more worn out than boomers are. I'd bet you're a real disappointment to your parents.
       
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Alfy 2 month s ago
Ricardo,

Maybe you could have a talk with them.
       
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Kay 2 month s ago
#31 I have an electric clothesline! Mine doesn't raise up to the ceiling, though. It just sits on the floor, next to the washing machine. I call it "the dryer."
       
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Montesque 2 month s ago
These are all worthless luxuries for people who have too much $$ and are just looking for something to spend it on. None of them are very practical, and a lot of them are just dumb.
       
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Julian 2 month s ago
#37 until your little pussy starts using the labyrinth as a cat box
       
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Rhodella 2 month s ago
Julian, Or storage for half eaten mice
       
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Frank 2 month s ago
#15 That dryer came with a rack to put shoes and other things on so they don't bounce around. Below and to the left of the exhaust vent, you can see one of the two indents that hold the back of the rack. The front of the rack rests on the lip of the door frame. We have had one for +20 years.
       
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Frank 2 month s ago
#16 If you want a picture, use your cell phone.
       
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Frank 2 month s ago
#18 Even at 100% efficiency, the amount of solar energy landing on that surface area (1,400 watts per sq m at the equator at noon) is nowhere near enough to move that car 45 miles in a day, let alone 450. Solar cells are 20% efficient at best (280 watts), then about 30% of that is lost when you charge the battery (200 watts), then you lose another 25% of that in motor efficiency losses (150 watts). Net usable energy is marginally more than 10% of the available energy. Pure fantasy.
       
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Adaline 2 month s ago
I just upvoted your comment. But then I googled "Bridgestone World Solar Challenge" which finally lead me to vita.solarteameindhoven.nl/ This thing seems to be real!
       
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Frank 2 month s ago
#28 That should sell quite well.
       
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Frank 2 month s ago
#31 We had a drying rack that a rope and pulley set to take it to the ceiling and back.
       
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Frank 2 month s ago
#32 Some woke [email protected] will be offended.
       
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Pam 2 month s ago
Yo, Frank! Take 'er easy there, bud! Save some room for everyone else, eh?
       
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Lois 2 month s ago
#44 All that is missing is some flower boxes and a parasol dirol
       
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Ebbie 2 month s ago
#18 Yea, 450 miles. if you push 400 of them. That is only a product of imagination. Technology is nowhere near that!
       
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Reynold 2 month s ago
Ebbie,
Technology was "nowhere near that" back when internal combustion cars could only do about 25 MPH, max. Car tires were "nowhere near that" back before vulcanization had been invented and tires melted on hot pavement. Time moves on, new discoveries are made, and things improve. The profit incentive guarantees it.
       
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Emily 2 month s ago
#26 There's a reason that ADA compliant ramps are 5 degrees... You try pushing 200 to 300 pounds at a 45 degree angle (code compliant stairs).

Basically a good idea poorly implemented.
       
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Hermione 2 month s ago
#46 why would I want to do that?
       
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