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Bad Inventions

Jay Wye Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 6:58 PM
many slobs using the restrooms do NOT turn off the faucets,even if they DO wash their hands. So a sensor faucet makes sense,saves the business big on their water bill. Besides,if your hands are contaminated when you turn the faucet knob before you wash,you recontaminate after you wash your hands. I even like the new sensor paper towel dispensers. I just wish more toilets used the sensor flush devices. FAR too many slobs don't flush after they're done.
Nam65-66 Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 7:25 AM
WOW! It's amazing how we all survived so far.
flip one over Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 9:02 AM
Where I live, If you have a pet and a storm comes along you are required by law to bring it inside, These are the same animals that have survived for millions of years with out any human intervention, Now peta knows more then Mother Nature, what hipacrates. So guess what, I would very much like to have a dog and would care for it the way it should be, but will never have one, Just one less dog that would have had a good home.
Rich L. Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 8:41 PM
If only the sensors worked most of the time. When they don't, they waste more water and if you know anything about the next commodity crisis, it is the availability of fresh water.

I am bored with politics, refuse to pay attention to the news and am watching only True Crime TV shows and Turner Classic Movies these days. With the Democrats controlling the Senate and presidency, nothing good can possibly come out of Washington for at least another two years. So I thought I'd start the new year with something useful, like a short list of bad inventions.


Are people installing dishwashers next to their beds? I've checked my "Top 500 Daily Irritations" list and dishwasher noise is not on it.

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