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Reblogged from Prairiestory . Ok… this is kind of gross, but clearly it works. Once the wasps go in the bottle they can’t figure out how to get out so they get trapped and die. This will minimize wasps, but the only way to eliminate them is to remove their nest or kill the queen.
By Jason Knight The following bow making instructions will help you construct an effective bow in a relatively short amount of time. A quickie bow is a fast-made bow for immediate use in a survival situation. It is carved from a sapling or branch of a tree. The reason it is called a “quickie” bow is because it is made at the time the wood is harvested, rather than waiting a year or more for the wood to season (as is typical for regular bow construction).
Warning: this stunt involves sharp edges, breaking glass and fire. But if you’re careful, it could also involve fun. by Men's Health © Men's Health Pick a brand with a sturdy but attractive bottle.
How To Create This Impressionist-Style Monochromatic Landscape Painting In 6 Steps… Blue Scape Materials: • Pencil and eraser • Paint brushes, toothbrush and water • Black permanent marker or pen • Acrylic paint (Primary Cyan, Black and White) • 12” x 16” canvas Start by sketching the trees and branches with a permanent black marker or pen.
So you've decided you want to drop off the map and leave Big Brother behind. It's harder than ever in our always-connected world, but if you're ready to plan your big vanishing act, here are a few tips to get you started. If this looks familiar, you're not crazy. Our guide to dropping off the map is a perennial Evil Week favorite. Who hasn't thought about how nice it would be to start fresh somewhere new, preferably with nicer weather and cheaper drinks? Whatever your reasons for wanting to disappear—maybe you just want to get The Man off your back—with enough diligence and planning you can vanish and start anew somewhere else.
[Music Playing] Welcome to a video presentation from easybartricks.com. In this video I will show you how you can freeze a beer in just a few seconds. As you can see I have two beers in front of me, so let us try off one of those. As you can see the beer is fluid.
Are you ready to clean up your life? The Clean Sweep Program is a checklist of 100 items which, when completed, give one complete personal freedom. These 100 items are grouped in 4 areas of life with 25 in each group: Physical Environment, Well-being, Money and Relationships. These 4 areas are the cornerstone for a strong and healthy life and the program helps a person to clean up, restore and polish virtually every aspect of his/her life. The program takes between 6 - 24 months to complete.
Here is a fun list that @drmrsthmonarch turned me on to. With the busy lives we lead, it is sometimes tough to work a movie into the schedule each day. Now there is a list that makes it even tougher to select a flick to wind down with. I like that the challenge not only requests that you watch a movie, but a very specialized, sometimes personal movie.
If you've ever thought about how to properly hide a home defense handgun in your bedroom, this DIY guide from one of our customers here at LuckyGunner.com is pretty ingenious. He has taken a pair of old blue jeans and sewn them in such a way as to create a closet holster that allows a loaded handgun to be hidden in the middle of the blue jeans while ensuring the blue jeans remain hanging on a hanger. We call it a "Closet Jeans Holster". It's the perfect closet concealed carry location for your home - and below this customer of ours shows you how you can create the same for your home. Items Needed To Create Your Own Closet Jeans Holster: Needle & thread 1 old pair of jeans 1 sturdy clothes hanger 1 handgun 2 magazines (optional)
Silver Oxide lasts longer than Alkaline. Well made Lithium (properly refined) last much longer than Silver Oxide. Good Lithium cells last about 8x longer than Alkaline Very few button batteries (by type/size) are made with lithium. That WILL be an improvement, and it will come, RSN.
You should all know by now that we are all about stacking bracelets on our wrists. The more, the better. In fact . . . the most, the best!
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We love DIY projects here at Lifehacker. Whether we're building computers, backyard projects, or turning office supplies into artillery, we're always tinkering. Today we're taking a peek at the most popular DIY projects of 2009.
Explore our growing cookbook of DIY projects for the workshop, kitchen , garage, and backyard. Learn new skills, find family fun , build a robot or a rocket . Get started in electronics and use new platforms like Raspberry Pi and Arduino to power your inventions. Get inspired and start making something today. Welcome to the new Make: Projects! User accounts are temporarily disabled.