heres my christmas deer.. warning graphic.. got it with a crossbow.. but didnt find till next morning and ffing bear ate it.. no salvageable meat left. wtf
My last three houses in metro Detroit have had knob and tube, but the last two have been abandoned and upgraded. I still find it if I open up a wall, though. Except for the lack of ground, many think it's safer because the wires are separated, so there's less of a chance of a short. It's a itch to figure out sometimes, though because they ran the wires separately to things around the room and didn't necessarily follow the same order or path from one outlet/switch/fixture to the next. Plus, the whole house only had, like, four circuits with screw-in fuses.
My Grandmothers house in Detroit in the Delray section off of Fort Street near Livernois had it also. That neighborhood has been long gone. Those glass Edison fuses I remember well.
Every thanksgiving we go to a relative’s house. They get a Honeybaked turkey and it is served room temperature. The gravy is hot and that is how they like it. Heating the turkey after the glaze is on just melts the glaze off. Once I put a few slices of turkey on a plate and warmed it up in their microwave. I didn’t notice the gold trim around the plate which made some cool sparks for a second until I turned it off.
Anyone here serve their turkey at room temperature?
The house I grew up in was built in 1880. I remember my father having to work around a gas pipe when he changed the ceiling light fixture.
We don't intentionally serve ours at room temperature, but when you're doing a 22 lb or larger turkey it takes a little bit to carve. So by the time people are putting it on their plates the unfortunate people of the end of the line are probably getting warm turkey at best. I carve the turkey so I always make sure I'm at the front of the line.
wait. If you carve it, they aren't you still eating coldish turkey?
We eat their hams room temp. Heating it in the oven just dries it out. As long as all the other hot food is hot, cold food cold, it's all good. If a guest wants to warm it in the microwave, that's OK with us.
I like to think that I'm eating the warmest of the cold.
Ironically... many dev's, including me, would not have the confidence to get into acting... Murder.... Well...
No one's ever reported any bugs in my code... not officially...
I intentionally do not line up my screws when replacing covers as it makes people's OCD flare up. muhahahaha Love to hear my son complain about it.
That was me yesterday. I totally torpedoed my own boat (code) with a variable name typo.
Weird it did that. Fixed