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As the clock ticks down to the LOST series finale, I'm personally feeling a sense of relief. Yeah, I'll miss Sawyer, Locke, Desmond and Hurley (especially Hurley!), but this last season has definitely left me feeling WTF? and I'm really ready for it to be over. It also seems like there's no way possible, after 6-7 years of twists and turns, flashbacks and flash forwards, that the show can end well. And by that, I mean that I can't see how the writers can possibly live up to the fan-induced hype and come up with an ending that won't disappoint a large number of people.
Of course that doesn't mean I won't be glued to my TV set come Sunday
Egads, the Holidays are fast approaching! Whether you're a professional in the kitchen or just dabble at a few recipes this Holiday season, we can all use some great kitchen tools to get us through it all! So I posed the question to the DealPros: "What is your favorite kitchen tool to get you through the Holidays?"....and here's what they had to say:
When you think
about reducing your energy consumption, your mind automatically goes
toward your AC or your lights. And while the big things like heating and
cooling matter, the little things add up just as quickly. Case and
point - your kitchen. In many homes, the kitchen contains more devices
than any room in the house. And if you're an amateur chef like me, you
manage to use all of them every time you go in there, which can lead to
big utility bills.
You don't have to give up cooking to save the planet, but you can reduce your usage if you use a few tricks in the kitchen.
When I was twelve years old, I was often left home alone in a house in the middle of the mid-western countryside. You know, all M. Night Shyamalan "Signs" style with creaky screen doors and Mel Gibson wandering around chasing aliens on the roof. Okay, maybe not that last part--but still, in the dark of night in a house about twenty yards from a lone street that winds up to a low-traveled two-lane highway, things can get pretty scary at ten at night when you're a kid.
I devised a full-proof plan, though, when I needed to walk outside for something--I picked up our cordless phone (oh, the days before cell phones) and pretended to have an engaged discussion with a friend who, supposedly, would call the police at the first sound of trouble on my end.
Well, either my foolproof plan worked or nobody was ever going to burglarize my house, but either way, if I'd have had a FakeTV Burglar Deterrent Device, I might not have even bothered!