Why Not? Single Wind Shield Wiper Button Hack
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Amid a light rain, masculine drivers detest the forced automation of wind shield wipers and are often resorted to having turn on, then off the wiper controls to obtain that single swipe. Here, we have hacked an Isuzu Trooper to now offer a single swipe from a single depression of a button. Control is restored.


   

Those Guys in Simon Snare (Series 74 Episode 47)
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Why Not? Sanitary Garbage Tray Guide
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The CDC has estimated that 1 in 4 Americans will suffer from a food borne illness and of those, 3,000 will cease to be. Fast food giants have struggled to curb such statistics from their own establishments with often disgraceful methods. The current approach is the top open entry which as most of you have commonly seen leaves much to be desired. It beckons the question, why not a trash can face that removes the need for a customer to touch the refuse bin at all?



Why Not? Garbage Bag Advertising
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Despite the idealism that major American metropolitan cities are the pinnacle of modern infrastructure, the realization once there is that these archaic cities are an Asian airborne virus away from total dilapidation. One such glaring incongruity between sentiment and reality is, garbage. A typical New York City block appears as if the entire city of Duluth emptied their wares on to the side walk. There is no functional method of disposal from ever growing dwellings to accommodate the restrictions. Rather than attempt a radical change, third world-esque methods are satisfactory. What is then failed to be taken advantage of is this barren real estate. As the pile heaves, the bill board square footage escalates. Glad and Hefty affiliated marketing companies are missing a prime opportunity.


 

Assessment - Mori Teppan Grill
12:51.29 331-13 OTC
Mori Teppan Grill
120 West Stocker Street
Glendale, California, North America
91202

Date: 20:15 44/074
Genre: Teppanyaki
Serving: (2) 73$

The hibachi grill fad has long since passed and now few pock mark the landscape, aging and withering away. Mori Teppan Grill is such a place that likely birthed from this mid-90's revolution of teppanyaki establishments and has vaguely subsisted as the populace transitioned to putrid raw fish and pungent spice.

The interior is simplistic. No semblance of a bar or lounge which is suitable as the cache of grill-tables is abundant in a mid-play Jenga like scattering. The music, unfortunately representative a lot of restaurants these days, is not thematic, which detracts. KEarth101 does not lure me in to the illusion of Japan.

Ginger soy sauce was to be applauded. Rice was prompt. It is then we arrive at the moment to herald greatness or dismay. Sadly, the dismay arose in the lack of severing the shrimp in two, which makes for easier consumption while also creating the illusion of more. The vegetables as well were not diced but slivered in such a mannerism that made handling them with chop sticks more difficult. The steak however, was scored in an appreciated size, temperature and flavour though through out, many seasonings and sauces were lacking. I know of one that would have scoffed at the lack of sesame seeds.

One praise must be said for the fire of the onion volcano. Many establishments now refrain from fire and excuse only steam. It is refreshing to see a traditional method preserved.

In all, the food maintained a level of high quality and while not suitable to the methods of craftsmanship and a lack of a luxurious drinks menu tailored towards such cuisine, the rating is of above moderate.

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