Ken Peavey wrote:Add ketchup (you read that right)
End up with homemade 1000 Island Dressing
r ranson wrote:Each of the silver has two wires inside and they were split so that one both wires were hooked up to both black and white.
r ranson wrote:There is basically two aspects in my writing: creating and removing. Each stage flows between the two. The hardest part is getting stuff down on paper and this is why I need to be as far away from anything I associate with the internet as possible. I usually use the typewriter or pen and pad to do the creating, then the eliminating and editing are done on the computer.
r ranson wrote:One thing to think about; most of the time when I am writing for someone else like a magazine, they want the text in a specific format or more often, stripped of formatting like 'smart quotes' or the like. Quite often, I have to take my writing out of a wordprocessor, paste it into notepad and review it to make sure there aren't any funny characters. Otherwise, you get funny characters in the finished text like "wouldnâ€™t"
Having some sort of prepare for export in plain text would be a good button
Sebastian Köln wrote:It looks to me like the connection between the wire and the fuse wasn't good (enough).