Cellphone Fingerprint Reduction

HP6250StylusMiniwithearjackplugI have taken one of these little cellphone styluses that plugs into the headphone jack, it’s great for someone like me, who never uses that jack at the top of phone (I’m down with the bluetooth now). It’s great for Draw Something, Words with Fiends, or any situation where the screen needs to be touched. It works quite well as far as responsiveness. I would like it better if it was just a little longer, but if Ifs and Buts were candy and nuts, we would ALL have a Merry Christmas.

Since it’s partly my business and some of the inventory is stored in what would otherwise be my manly den, or “Man Cave”, that gives me a five-finger discount. But you can get one pretty darn cheap, just click here to check out our new tablet/cell mini-stylus – Works with Iphones, Ipads, you could poke out an eye with it, also Android phones, tablets, just about anything with a touch screen these days. Quantity discounts for more than one and for larger quantities. Huge assortment of colors. Check it out!

I would love to help you with your shoddy sneaker scenario, but…

Apparently someone has misunderstood our generous return policy page- We can’t handle returns for the whole world. We received this email in August of 2011;


Dear Teresa,
I had purchased a pair of Dr. Scholl’s sneakers from the¬†Wall mart in Mechanicsburg PA about two weeks ago and I am already having problems with them falling apart and they are not supporting my feet. I am NOT very happy with this product. In my opinion this product is not very good. my old sneakers witch was a K Mart brand held up better than the Dr. Scholl’s.
Thank you for your time. Sincerely, (name withheld)

Maybe she just wanted to get the word out. On the other hand (or foot), I recall getting defective sneakers at K-mart, which I promptly returned. I think all of these cut-rate sneakers are probably made in the same factory, and different labels slapped on them. This is why I usually wear boots.

The old fart mug is tired.

oldfartmugsmI stopped at a St. Vincent De Paul store yesterday, I am told that St. Vincent is the patron saint of smelly used crap?? Anyway, I scored this hilarious old fart mug for 49 cents!

It does not appear to have been used, however I will wash it repeatedly with chemicals left over from the set of “Breaking Bad” just the same.

The problem with mugs, my wife, instead of reducing her own stuff, she will periodically go through the mugs, and donate most of the ones that she doesn’t personally use. My son’s black “Skull and Crossbone” mug is also at risk.

This makes me wonder, how many times has this “Old Fart” mug cycled through the thrift-store ecosystem? Maybe I should just throw it on the patio cement and put it out of it’s misery.