Lowcountry of SC
Writer of stuff, some of it useful.
Thank you so much for your kind words, they are appreciated.
4 months ago on Blogging: Feed Your Blog With Shares and the Right Tools
I am going to the beach, at noon, the minions are stoked.
4 months, 1 week ago on #FunFriday: Let’s Go to the Beach!
@carnellm the content within the output tag contained no links. It was simply additional information about the deal that was curated including location and information on the business associated with the deal. As far as I saw, and I didn't examine every hidden field by any means, there were no links back to the publisher. That's why I don't want to make aspersions on the publisher's intent. I am not sure in this case. In other cases, I can see this <output> tag being abused by others quite easily.
4 months, 1 week ago on Black Hat SEO and Your RSS Feed
@Danny Brown @mikemartel can you please send details to Support @ FeedBlitz . com so I can look into the issue you're experiencing? Thank you!
4 months, 2 weeks ago on The Sunday Share – 8 Steps to Build Your Content Hub
I'm a big TWiT network fan. When I'm on a podcast kick, I'll generally catch This Week in Google, Tech News Today, and All About Android (yes, I'm one of those. . .)
When I'm driving, I'll often give the How Stuff Works network a listen, I tend to dig Stuff You Should Know, Stuff to Blow Your Mind and Missed in History.
Grammar Girl is another one I enjoy.
Looking over this, I think I may spend a bit too much time alone.
4 months, 4 weeks ago on #FunFriday: Three Podcasts for Your ‘Must Listen’ List
@MichaelCarnell dog bowls huh? My dog's bowl gets naaaasty.
1 year, 2 months ago on Bathroom Cleaning 101: What you Need, What to Use and How to Use It
@materursa sweep often, mop as rarely as you can get away with. Water and wood aren't good playmates.
1 year, 2 months ago on How to Choose and Clean a Mop
@rachelschultz07 I'm here to educate and hopefully, occasionally amuse. :) Teaching with examples is usually the best way.
@CMarie I'm sorry your kiddos are sick. I'm not nearly always this on the ball, like I said, I was happily avoiding something else. (The video I'm posting tomorrow)
@MelissaRecord I've heard of selective hearing, maybe he's got selective smell. . . sounds like a character from Alphas on the SyFy channel :P
My latest conversation: How to Fix Stained Acrylic Tubs and Shower Pans
1 year, 2 months ago on Who Needs Dryer Sheets?
@LauraandMikeCisco I haven't used liquid softener, pretty much ever. However a bottle of dryer spray should last 100 loads.
@cnelfox it's all about context. The only time I ever want to smell gardenias is when I am standing next to a gardenia shrub, otherwise? Cloying. :D
@KeterMagick like I told @momofbouys since I live in such a humid area, I can't give you a good review on its anti-static properties. We usually don't have any static until maybe, maybe January and at that point it's such a novelty I fold in the dark to watch the show. :P
@momofbouvs I live in a very humid area (the Lowcountry of SC) so I really can't give you much of a review on static. I did wash a few comforters yesterday and those will occasionally crackle and snap out of the dryer and I didn't observe any.
@cbuxton03 I've C&P'd this from their product information page, keep in mind the should be a table so it's a bit confusing in this for
ingredient| what it is | health + environmental summarywater (aqua) | diluent / solvent | deionized for purity; extracted from abundant sourcedicocoylethyl hydroxyethylmonium methosulfate | softener + antistatic | active non toxic in use and not irritating to skin; readily biodegradable; derived from coconut oilpropanediol | solvent | non toxic and not irritating to skin; readily biodegradable; made from corn sugarsglycol distearate | softening agent | gentle on skin and non toxic; readily biodegradable and not accumulative; made from plant oils + synthetic materialsglyceryl oleate*/stearate | softening agent | gentle on skin and non toxic; biodegrade readily and not accumulative in the environment; made from corn sugars and plant oilspropylene glycol | solvent | non toxic in use and not irritating to skin; readily biodegradable; made using synthetic materialscocamidopropylamine oxide | surfactant + fragrance emulsifier | low skin irritation in use and non toxic; readily biodegradable; derived from coconut oilphenoxyethanol | antioxidant | non toxic, low skin + respiratory irritation; readily biodegradable; made from synthetic materialscalcium chloride | stabilizer | non toxic if ingested and not irritating to skin; safely disperses in environment; comes from abundant mineral sourcemethylisothiazolinone | preservative | safe for people (low skin + eye irritation); inherently biodegradable; made from synthetic materials; present at under 0.2%fragrance oil blend | fragrance | free of phthalates and other dirty ingredients, not irritating to skin or toxic in use; blend of essential oil and safe synthetic ingredients. potential allergens: alpha-isomethylionone, lilial, citronellol, coumarin, limonene, linalool
@ShanaDieli I've got pretty sensitive skin, too or I used to. I've used the free and clear and now Method products for so many years that I couldn't guarantee that I haven't grown out of it. :)
@KadeeHolman I do not believe so, the scent and softener respond to the heat of the dryer. You can compromise and do a 15 minute tumble which will soften your clothes and keep your electrical usage fairly low.
@kamiah you are winner of bottle #3, please shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your shipping information. Please put Method Dryer Spray Winner in the subject.
@Jamie0831 you are winner of bottle #2, please shoot an email to email@example.com with your shipping information. Please put Method Dryer Spray Winner in the subject.
@annboden you are winner of bottle #1, please shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your shipping information. Please put Method Dryer Spray Winner in the subject.