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Monday, November 29, 2010

6 Alternate Uses for Your Freezer

* by Reader's Digest Magazine, on Fri Nov 19, 2010

From Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things

6 tricky problems your freezer can easily solve.

Eliminate unpopped popcorn
Don't you just hate the kernels of popcorn that are left at the bottom of the bowl? Eliminate the popcorn duds by keeping your unpopped supply in the freezer.

Remove wax from candlesticks
Grandma's heirloom silver candlesticks will get a new life if you place them in the freezer and then pick off the accumulated wax drippings. But don't do this if your candlesticks are made from more than one type of metal. The metals can expand and contract at different rates and damage the candlesticks.

Extend candle life
Place candles in the freezer for at least two hours before burning. They will last longer.

Unstick photos
Picture this: Water spills on a batch of photographs, causing them to stick together. If you pull them apart, your pictures will be ruined. Don't be so hasty. Stick them in the freezer for about 20 minutes. Then use a butter knife to gingerly separate the photos. If they don't come free, place them back in the freezer. This works for envelopes and stamps too.

Clean a pot
Your favorite pot has been left on the stove too long, and now you've got a burned-on mess to clean up. Place the pot in the freezer for a couple of hours. When the burned food becomes frozen, it will be easier to remove.

Remove odors
Got a musty-smelling book or a plastic container with a fish odor? Place them in the freezer overnight. By morning they'll be fresh again. This works with almost any other small item that has a bad smell you want to get rid of.

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Friday, November 26, 2010

"Love is misunderstood..."


"Love is misunderstood to be an emotion; actually, it is a state of awareness, a way of
being in the world, a way of seeing oneself and others."

— Dr. David Hawkins: Psychiatrist, physician, spiritual teacher, lecturer

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Monday, November 08, 2010

Who's the blond guy in the T Mobil commercial with the man on his back?

All star dancer and gymnast , Neil Haskell of "So You Think You Can Dance," season 3, came in third -- Wikipedia--Neil_Haskell , Wikipedia--Season_3 , IMDB Neil Haskell , Pix

Read more: Who is the blond haired guy in the T-Mobile My Touch 4G "piggyback" commercial? | Answerbag

--Neale Sourna

It's funny how you recognize that you know a guy as soon as you see him, but take a few hours of downtime processing where the hell that was, and then the clouds part and you remember, fuck me, it's Neil (#3) who danced with Sabra Johnson (winner #1) in the great "Sweet Dreams" table dance, the devil with the three virgins, and Kent from Ohio's great partner in two fine dances.

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