Search:

Type: Posts; User: SteveinMN

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.06 seconds.

  1. Thread: Microwaves

    by SteveinMN
    Replies
    13
    Views
    126

    My mom had one when we were kids so I've always...

    My mom had one when we were kids so I've always had one around the house. Ours sits in a corner of the kitchen counter and it is in use several time a day.

    We use it for reheating coffee, thawing...
  2. Replies
    105
    Views
    2,561

    Just going to throw this out there for anyone who...

    Just going to throw this out there for anyone who could use it. It comes from the Talmud, a central text in Judaism (though what it states is not tied to any particular religion):
  3. Replies
    21
    Views
    664

    There is a showroom in Minneapolis that has...

    There is a showroom in Minneapolis that has samples of mattresses from some of the on-line retailers so they can be "test-driven" without the hassle of ordering and returning them later. As...
  4. Replies
    41
    Views
    1,615

    danna, you might also check if the portable has...

    danna, you might also check if the portable has enough connections on it to allow you to hook it up to your TV if you'd rather watch a bigger screen.
  5. Replies
    105
    Views
    2,561

    Thank you, Geila. I thought long and hard about...

    Thank you, Geila. I thought long and hard about writing what I did. Not the kind of thing one broadcasts from rooftops. But it seemed appropriate. At least my post seems to have served a broader...
  6. Replies
    29
    Views
    480

    Umm, probably more than a dozen. DW has a...

    Umm, probably more than a dozen.

    DW has a bunch of plastic tubs for her stuff (seasonal decorations, some stuff she plans to give DD someday, etc.).

    I have a few boxes in another room which...
  7. Replies
    105
    Views
    2,561

    This was one place where I was getting stuck. I...

    This was one place where I was getting stuck. I like to look at the world in an analytical, logical fashion. Always worked for me before. But the world just laughs at that, especially lately. My...
  8. Replies
    105
    Views
    2,561

    deleting for when I have more time to write...

    deleting for when I have more time to write...
  9. Replies
    105
    Views
    2,561

    I'm sorry you've hit such a rough patch, Chicken...

    I'm sorry you've hit such a rough patch, Chicken Lady.

    You've been given some solid options here, even if not all of them are to your taste. I would echo mschrisgo2's suggestion to get a medical...
  10. Thread: Hello!

    by SteveinMN
    Replies
    9
    Views
    244

    Welcome! Always good to see a new member of the...

    Welcome! Always good to see a new member of the simple living club.
  11. Replies
    19
    Views
    584

    pinkytoe, you're in charge. Just because they say...

    pinkytoe, you're in charge. Just because they say you need it, you can say no or request another opinion. And you are allowed to ask questions.

    If previous CT scans covered the same part of your...
  12. Replies
    7
    Views
    299

    jp1, DH should be able to go to icloud.com on the...

    jp1, DH should be able to go to icloud.com on the Web, sign in with his Apple ID, go to iCloud Settings, click Manage, and then go to the section of the page where he can remove the iPhone from his...
  13. Replies
    47
    Views
    3,549

    Enjoy the new place -- and whatever it becomes --...

    Enjoy the new place -- and whatever it becomes -- and the new boat!
  14. Replies
    7
    Views
    299

    happystuff and Alan have it exactly right. If...

    happystuff and Alan have it exactly right. If it's an iPhone, before you reset it, log out from Find My iPhone and from iCloud. (There may be a similar procedure for Android phones but I don't know...
  15. Replies
    20
    Views
    592

    I probably would rank the intellectual challenge...

    I probably would rank the intellectual challenge (of harnessing technology) highest. It's what I missed most when I left.
  16. Replies
    20
    Views
    615

    For us it all depends on the amount of use it...

    For us it all depends on the amount of use it gets and the amount of space it takes up.

    For instance, there are at least three pairs of scissors in the house (excluding scissors used for sewing...
  17. Replies
    41
    Views
    1,615

    This. Typically parts are warranteed far longer...

    This. Typically parts are warranteed far longer than labor.
  18. That's the way some people look at it. But many...

    That's the way some people look at it. But many of us can tell you that particular stable jobs can be a soul-killers, so maybe that shouldn't be #1 on the list.

    I read a book many years ago which...
  19. Replies
    8
    Views
    555

    I cannot see that ending well. Many (most?)...

    I cannot see that ending well. Many (most?) drivers are inattentive (especially if the vehicle is driving for them) and prone to overreaction or simply freezing at times of crisis -- and the car is...
  20. Replies
    17
    Views
    629

    For what it's worth, I find the recommended...

    For what it's worth, I find the recommended cooking times on those bags to be too long. If the bag states to microwave for four minutes, I cook it for 3:15 or 3:30. The veggies come out much more...
  21. Replies
    17
    Views
    629

    DW and I have moved to me cooking keto for both...

    DW and I have moved to me cooking keto for both of us. Breakfast and lunch typically are our own things. I've moved to eating essentially the same meal every day for breakfast (egg and breakfast...
  22. Thread: 5G

    by SteveinMN
    Replies
    18
    Views
    784

    And while the battery and circuit card and metal...

    And while the battery and circuit card and metal case (if it has one) are readily recyclable, plastic components are not. Guaranteed some of that phone ends up in a landfill.

    I'm not sure why...
  23. Replies
    28
    Views
    1,087

    DW retires on May 15, 2020. She's already...

    DW retires on May 15, 2020. She's already planning a consulting business, largely because she finds the work rewarding but the bureaucracy stifling. This way she can work for family clients and avoid...
  24. Thread: 5G

    by SteveinMN
    Replies
    18
    Views
    784

    Some of them, perhaps. There have been studies...

    Some of them, perhaps. There have been studies about the effects of the near-field radiation emitted by devices like mobile phones. I have not examined those studies to determine their quality so I...
  25. Thread: 5G

    by SteveinMN
    Replies
    18
    Views
    784

    Me, too. Interesting that one person's...

    Me, too. Interesting that one person's hypotheticals are a stretch and of little perceived value, but another person's junk-science-informed concerns are quite accurate.

    5G is little different...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4