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1. How to remove the smell of fish from your car
How to remove the smell of fish from your car
I'm not sure if there is any worse smell than that of rotting fish. I can't even say that I'm big on eating fish. But I am sure that I do not like the smell of rotting fish in my car. This lens will detail the method that I used to remove that objectionable scent from my vehicle.
Cars - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 23:35:18
2. Future Speculation of the Motorhome
Future Speculation of the Motorhome
For decades the Motorhome industry has not changed much. While engines get bigger, more powerful, and cheaper to make, improvements in fuel efficiency and drag have changed little. While it is reasonable to say that drastic improvements may be very costly, there have been few moves to make such c...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 23:42:18
3. Future Speculation on Roads and Highways
Future Speculation on Roads and Highways
As much as the creative minds of modern society would like that we leave our roads behind, and take to the skies, the fact remains that road use has only multiplied every decade. Hybrid vehicles have cut the costs of driving and in the largest cities daily commutes have tripled in the last decade...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 23:35:02
4. Squidoo: A Cornucopia of Topics
Squidoo: A Cornucopia of Topics
When I joined Squidoo, I had already been blogging for four years. All my blogs were on Googles Blogger and all were just for fun. In April of 2013, I changed my tune and started research on how to generate passive income and I was led to Squidoo. Most of my blogs contain content on technology an...
Squidoo Community - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 23:41:35
5. Android Apps and more
Android Apps and more
I am an Android Fan. I have downloaded and tried hundreds of Android applications since I bought the HTC G1 in October 2008. Granted I have since moved on through several other models of the smartphone, but I still have the G1. I now use the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and have it heavily loaded with a...
Computers & Electronics - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 23:40:59
6. Unlimited Mobile Data
Unlimited Mobile Data
It seems that in the United States it's hard to find access to unlimited mobile data. Every major mobile carrier has limits. Why do they feel a need to put a cap on what you do? What ever happened to the days of Unlimited Data?
Computers & Electronics - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 23:40:59

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