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  # 1322302 10-Jun-2015 16:30
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Inphinity: Good on her for getting traction with a venture, especially at such a young age. Doesn't seem like the most efficient way to do the task, though... wonder if they're already planning the new version :P


They'll make one with two blades.

Then Schick will come along with 9 blades, and one that vibrates.

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  # 1322314 10-Jun-2015 16:51
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Jeeves:
Inphinity: Good on her for getting traction with a venture, especially at such a young age. Doesn't seem like the most efficient way to do the task, though... wonder if they're already planning the new version :P


They'll make one with two blades.

Then Schick will come along with 9 blades, and one that vibrates.

Don't knock the vibrating multi blade shaver! I use one and it's so much more comfortable! 

Get a wood chopper that does that and you'll have a real winner on your hands! 




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  # 1322315 10-Jun-2015 16:51
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Jeeves:
Inphinity: Good on her for getting traction with a venture, especially at such a young age. Doesn't seem like the most efficient way to do the task, though... wonder if they're already planning the new version :P


They'll make one with two blades.

Then Schick will come along with 9 blades, and one that vibrates.

Don't knock the vibrating multi blade shaver! I use one and it's so much more comfortable! 

Get a wood chopper that does that and you'll have a real winner on your hands! 




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  # 1322415 10-Jun-2015 20:15
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It needs an app to control it remotely.

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  # 1322459 10-Jun-2015 22:05
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MikeAqua: You can use a wood-burner as the heat source for a central heating system.

When I was kid (in the 20th century) our neighbors had one.

Geektastic:
I shall keep on using central heating and other 21st century inventions..! ;-)


You can, but I no longer have servants to chop wood and feed the fire.....





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