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  • quas1mod commented on Cats Science Club's instructable Hot Dog Cooker / Solar Oven6 months ago
    Hot Dog Cooker / Solar Oven

    I've found that if I do some hard, unpleasant work outdoors, the sun seems to stay out a lot longer.

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  • quas1mod commented on Marsh's instructable Downdraft Table6 months ago
    Downdraft Table

    I've never seen 3/4" pegboard, the stuff I'm used to seeing would be pretty flimsy.

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  • quas1mod commented on elicom's instructable How to make a Magic Mirror6 months ago
    How to make a Magic Mirror

    It means skookum. ;D

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  • Indestructible Thumb Detecting Shop Stein

    Ingesting rust is harmless. The only side effect is a possible increase in manliness. Used filters are free, just go to the nearest place that shows up on Google Maps when you search for "truck repair and service". Like AvE said, get the yellow filters. The other colors are inferior, and probably came off a lawnmower. Your friends will point and laugh. Anyone worried about possibly getting a theoretical molecule of used motor oil in their mouth probably shouldn't own something like this. It would be like telling a lie.

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  • Save $200 in 2 minutes and have the worlds best writing pen

    Not sure about the tart cherries, but "Black Cherry Concentrate" is available at most health food stores in the U.S. It's a bottle of thick, sweet, and very sour syrup made from Black Cherries. I like the taste straight out of the bottle, but it's REALLY sour, so you might want to mix it with some water or something. It has long been used for rheumatoid arthritis (it does no good for the other kinds), because it contains "anthocyanins", which break down the sharp crystals that collect in the joints (that is what causes pain and joint damage for people with rheumatoid arthritis). I thought it sounded like a bunch of woo-woo nonsense, until I tried it for an attack of gout in my left foot. One big swallow (WOW that stuff is sour!), and within 20 minutes the pain started going away. The pain was completely gone in about an hour and a half, and the swelling was gone the next day. I've heard apple cider vinegar is good, too, but I've never tried it.

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