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Nothing like a quick dip in the stream to cool on a hot summer day.
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Installing an under seat sub in the first-gen Insight.
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Adding an aux in cable to a stock, crappy Honda AM/FM/Cassette radio.

Got a car with a crappy AM/FM cassette deck? Or even a CD player? Who wants that crap, all we really want is a freaking aux in to play MP3s/Pandora/Spotify from our phones these days.

Well, here's how to do it using a soldering iron and solder, a spare stereo cable, some Sugru, and a switch (source it free from some piece of electronic junk around your house).

Other tools used include: needle-nose pliers (Leatherman), a small phillips and flat head screwdriver, and a drill. Note: you can get away with less equipment the more ghetto you make this :).
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This was probably the most entertaining $50 I ever spent.

Hobby People Super Cub front yard flyer RTF.

Only thing I changed is a larger LiPo battery (100 mAh vs 35 mAh) for $6. The extra weight drags down the top performance a bit, but you literally only got about 1 minute of that kind of performance from the stock LiPo before it went equal/worse. Extends the flight time from ~5 min to almost 15 too. Probably the best happy medium would be about 75 mAh.

Anyhow, cheap and cheerful, proportional 3-channel controller that responds without the painful 1/8s lag of the Air hogs remotes (my previous front yard birds were a pair of Aero Aces). The remote seems to have at least as much range as you can see the plane anyway. Both my Aero Aces went into runaway mode and sailed off to lands unknown... that seems unlikely to happen with this guy.

You can fly in about a 50' square area comfortably, if not a bit snugly. 100' square is definitely roomy-feeling... especially if there's any breeze at all. I almost lost it today because I went above the tree line and caught a heavy updraft.

If you live anywhere the wind is constantly blowing, this isn't your plane.
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Slowest, worst service I've ever had, and they had THREE tries. No more, not going back. The food takes forever to get to you, and would be mediocre if it got to you before it was lukewarm. Don't understand what this place has to recommend it over decent bars/restaurants in the area.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Great location, good food, interesting menu. So why three stars? Because they don't recycle all those bottles and cans. There's a huge recycling dumpster out back for combined steam, but they just throw everything in the trash. And that's sad.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Love this place. You can pick whatever kind of crust (even wheat) with as much of everything as you can possibly pile on. Even at the regular price it's a heck of a filling deal, but I had the sale price and it was so much food i almost felt bad for giving them so little money. Highly recommended.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
The food is good, but the whole restaurant smells like an old, wet cleaning rag and has for months now.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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Best noodles around. They make them fresh daily... very delicious.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
The food here would be OK... if they didn't ruin everything with copious amounts of salt. The first time we ate here, I told the manager the food was almost inedible, especially the fries. I demonstrated by picking up a single fry then putting it down and wiping my hand on a napkin. A huge amount of salt from just where my fingertips touched the fry. We decided to try it again today. Big mistake. I couldn't even finish my fries, and with all the massive salt in everything I've been feeling like drinking gallons of water for the last 7 hours.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Every time I come here, I ask myself "why did i come back to this place?" Because if I keep coming back, I will become fat. It's freaking amazing.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago