||[Dec. 3rd, 2002|01:12 pm]
The Veritable TechNinja
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Bloodthirsty monkey terrorizes Japan
Did the Saraswati really exist?
Adventures in information control
International playboy holding contest to see who can cause him to die mid-coitum
World Lawyer Wrestling Federation
Some cueball chump was sitting in the middle of the Arby's parking lot when I went to drive through. He was far off to the left, and didn't move up when the drive-thru line did. I waited for a while, then got around him once there was more than a car-length between him and the line. He immediately squeals his tires, pulls up next to me, and screams "what the fuck?" I told him he wasn't in line, he called me an asshole and sped around, cutting in ahead of the guy ahead of me. I really don't like people. In other news, the freeways are clear, but people are still driving 65, lest they somehow manage to veer the couple of feet over in to the drift on the shoulder. I think that idea of pouring alcohol in my washer fluid lines I mentioned to astarte99 is growing on me, especially with the addition of a piezo element mounted on the roof.
piezo? I think its safe to assume you're not talking about an acoustic guitar pickup. I'm a little confused by this concept.
can you mail to my jiji account and leave instructions on password changing? I can't figure it out and thus feel like a tard. :/
2002-12-03 11:28 am (UTC)
Re: totally off-topic
Log in, hit settings -> account settings, type your new password in the password and confirmed password boxes, hit save changes.
2002-12-03 11:31 am (UTC)
Re: totally off-topic
During the really cold parts of the winter I'll often take a standard bottle of rubbing alcohol (the cheap 70% stuff is fine) and pour it into the washer fluid resouvar before I add wiper fluid. Works great... Doesn't freeze during the single digit (and below) days like lots of other fluid does.
neat! just regular rubbing alcohol? like the kind you use to disinfect cuts?
Yep... Except it's better to use Hydrogen Peroxide to disinfect cuts. There is already alcohol in the fluid generally, so a bit more won't hurt. Oh, and don't use straight HO on cuts. Use the stuff you buy at the pharmacy. It's like 3% or something. Straight will dissolve your skin.
Here, just had to send you this for tomorrow's blog:Rat Heads