I trashed my landline years ago. It's helped quite a bit but it hasn't completely rid me of the issue. Here's the solution.
Part with a few bucks per year and save yourself a lot of grief.
Tuesday, Aug 22nd 2017 (12:01am)
...picking out the next year's wall calendar! Here at the davelog compound, cat calendars are generally the order of the day. Sadly, we already have next year's purchased - but if we didn't, this would surely be the one. Next year, Mittens.
Monday, Dec 12th 2016 (5:06am)
Never one to mince words, the wonderful folks at Firebox are offering their own "Calm The Fuck Down Tea", a perfect cuppa for a quiet night at home or while experiencing an honest Fuck That guided meditation.
Wednesday, Oct 12th 2016 (12:01am)
Cost and difficulty of setup have, to date, kept me from getting a 3D printer. I can think of like a bazillion things I'd do with one if they weren't such a pain in the ass to get going and keep alive. Monoprice is now offering something that appears to allay my concerns: the Select Mini 3D Printer. All it needs is minor calibration out of the box (you have to level the heated bed) and you can print with a variety of materials from a micro SD card or your computer via USB. Beyond nifty and cheap enough to take a gamble on, I may pull the trigger on this one.
Thursday, Sep 22nd 2016 (12:00am)
Inspired by my love for pizza and a certain gang of underground teenage turtles, this Ninja Throwing Slice is made using real pizza from my family's pizzeria in Maine. This piece was originally created for the AmDC Threat exhibition that took place in March of 2012. Initially dubbed "Ninja Throwing Slices," in reference to the Threat show, the vocabulary has since evolved. You may now refer to a single piece as a "Forever Slice."
Monday, Sep 19th 2016 (12:00am)
The Groundfridge is an innovative take on the traditional root cellar. Floris Schoonderbeek (founder of Weltevree) is continuously discovering and exploring new angles, chances and materials that he puts to good use in improving and enriching our habitat. With the Groundfridge, he presents a means for new world citizens who want to handle their food in an autonomous, independent way.
Tuesday, May 31st 2016 (12:00am)
Have you been struggling to bond with your feline? Well, here's some good news for you because now you can get closer to your cat by acting like one with this Licki Brush. This innovative solution lets you brush your furry-friend by licking it like a cat would. Your cat will love it!
Thursday, May 19th 2016 (12:00am) | Thanks: jedi clampett
The sofa requires over 400 hours to make due to the intricate design and the artist's painstaking attention to detail, including the barrel-shaped body formed by a steel frame, massive snout, and short legs.
Tuesday, Jan 12th 2016 (12:04am)
Inspired by an XKCD comic, Bobcat in a Box is a bot that buys stuff on amazon and ebay and so on for less than a buck with free shipping and sends it to you daily, based upon whatever keyword you throw at it. You can also have the bot's findings mailed anonymously to someone else.
Yes, Want to do something special for your spouse this Valentine's Day and think outside the box? Well, something's just come onto the market that is probably the most shocking and outrageous gift you could ever dream of getting your special someone this year. Take a close look at this delicious little chocolate treat.
Thursday, May 28th 2015 (5:09am)
(more) [Comments: 0]
Losing your best friend and soul mate is tough. For anybody. So luckily, designer Mark Sturkenboom has designed a product that makes sure your deceased spouse always stays near and dear to your heart. (Did I say heart? I meant genitals)
You know those greeting cards you can get that play a little electronic song when you open them? For a mere 15 bucks, you can get one that won't shut off until the battery runs out (around 5 hours) or until it's destroyed in a fit of rage (difficult, as the thing's damn near indestructible and waterproof). Brilliantly devious.
Monday, Apr 20th 2015 (12:00am)
Are you a vampire?
Nothing! Player's off!
fuck ie | v3 ©2017 davelog