Notice that hash marking of diagonal sunspots.
Then have a look at the positions of the three weirdest spin axis / magnetic fields in the solar system. Saturn, Uranus and Neptune:
8:30 AM – Just for those who think a blog entry ought to have something for everyone.
Tired of buying compressed air to blow the dirt out of your computer, watching the prices on it rise to simulate gold?
60# of pressure that doesn’t run out. Cost was $2 in a thrift store.
Computer gurus will tell you it might cause moisture to condense on the important components of your comp. Physics says they ought to be maybe right because of the venturi created when the air expands leaving the pressurized tube.
I’ve been using this one inside and outside my comps for about two years. Haven’t seen any signs of condensation, haven’t experienced any damage to the comps, haven’t spent a penny on compressed air, don’t have a bunch of empty cans lying around wondering what to do with themselves.
But that’s just me. I’m a risk taker.
It also serves as a great, compact bellows for starting fires in a wood stove.
INTERIM UPDATE to September 13, moonbows and canned thunder
Mama Nature after two days of brainwashing with canned thunder:
5:00 PM – Decided I needed to go to Kerrville for necessaries. Ended up getting a couple of watermelons from an old guy brings them up from the valley. He says it’s his last watermelon trip for the year, says they’ve gotten too high in cost down there to allow him any profit after hauling costs. I told him he needs to buy another truck and make up the difference in volume. Some jokes have been dead long enough for reincarnating them. This one fell on deaf ears. Only drew a puzzled look, as though he was considering the entrepreneural aspects.
This was hard to resist. All those foam ice chests could have kept my chickens pooping foam plastic until spring.
Those shower doors are still coming in for them I reckons, with nobody buying them. I got 20 free for building my chicken house out of, but I’m betting you’d have to pay $5 for all these until they’re ready to put them in the dumpster.
Those have collected dust, been around a while. I’m guessing a person could have them all at a righteous price as low as your conscience would allow you to offer.
Not much going on here.
A guy surely needs one of those, eh?
Didn’t buy nuffin there though. Eventually did pick off a $3 electric 6 cup rice steamer never been out of the box at Salvation Army Thrift Store.