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Rob Cockerham
Works at Cockeyed.com
Attended University of California, Santa Barbara
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I bet $5 that's never been done before. A $5 bet. Awesome.

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Great idea to use the trigger and battery from the cordless drill to activate the valve!

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Good job on this video. 

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I'm going to go ahead and bet on the man. 

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There is something about being in the water which makes you feel protected from gunfire.

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Wow! The moxie of this song is breathtaking! Incredible!

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Professional Amateur Scientist
Introduction
I write about pranks, experiments, projects, how to guides, travelling, and social problems on my web site Cockeyed.com. I enjoy projects.
Education
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
    Law and Society, 1987 - 1992
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  • Cockeyed.com
    Creator, present
  • HP
    Web Supervisor, present
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I made an appointment on a Saturday morning and got my Honda Pilot in that afternoon, 1 pm, actually. I asked them to examine the front and rear brakes to diagnose a crunchy grinding sound, which they did, although they didn't find anything amiss. They also addressed the squeaking brakes by replacing the front pads and turning the rotors. It was about $260 total, which was less than I feared. When I left, my brake worries were gone, which is really what I was after. Great job Midas!
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