Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
What this planet needs is a twenty-foot flying predator.
Every time I see this list go 'round the aether, I'm compelled to point out that this was originally written by Road & Track's Peter Egan, a fellow sufferer of lil' furrin' car dementia.
Trouble lights are also a good source of random burns when you bump it working on something.
Just thought I'd bring this http://booksbikesboomsticks.blogspot.com/2006/11/maybe-if-i-make-this-statement-public.html back into view for the readership.
You can also use a trouble light to burn down your garage if there are fuel vapors around and you drop the light, breaking the bulb.hence the names "drop light" and "trouble light".
I got a huge giggle out of that link. I need to do a version of that for bead/jewelry making. Grinding wheel hijinks, monkey shines with molten slag glass igniting the toe hair on your little hobbit feet so imprudently shod in sandals. Of course, that's all hypothetical--I'm imagining what it must be like. I especially don't have hairy hobbit feet.
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