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by Sam Kear 5 years ago
Should you turn off the pilot light for a gas fireplace in the off season?Is there any gas savings or maintenance concerns?
by David Livermore 5 years ago
Is it ok to leave my porch light on all the time?I want to leave my porch light on 24/7. I don't want to turn it off and on, so I don't indicate when I am home. But want it on for security reasons so it always seems like someone is home. Plus it's a nice light.My porch is covered,...
by cupid51 8 years ago
When we upload photos, a upload indicator starts rotating. It actually means nothing. Even when the internet connection is disconnected it goes on rotating. If a file-wise progress indicator could be placed in place of this, it would be helpful for the user especially who are...
by Sophie 6 years ago
What is the biggest turn-off for you in a potential partner?During my life I've heard of many interesting and/or shocking turn-offs, is there really such a thing?Apart from the obvious reasons (obvious for me at least) like excessive drinking, slovenliness, etc. what can be a huge turn-off?For me...
by dashingscorpio 6 years ago
Ladies, If a man used a coupon on a “first date” would it turn you off?Recently I saw an article that was laced with comments from women slamming guys who used coupons or discount cards on a first date. Assuming you would normally go to that particular place or event, does it matter much that...
by grumpiornot 6 years ago
If you were comatose, would you want your family to turn off your life-support system and why?A friend of mine often argues that a medical solution for whatever resulted in a comatose state might be found in the future; hence he would not want the machine turned off...
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