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Failed First FlushWe have them, they are called eyes.Lost KeysThis is called a pocket or key hookRemember Your ShoppingI have no friends, problem solved
Ideally, the failed first flush should be an autoflush that stops when the flush is successful.The logical device would be either a small camera, or laser scanner, using a frequency that is unaffected by water (including the spray). Probably the best frequencies would in the the blue and near ultra violet spectrum.As for remembering your shopping - maybe the best answer is not to have your shopping in another person's fridge - so have a fridge in the car, and there is no need to take the shopping out of the car.
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yes... like standing outside waiting for rain when you can't see... lol
oh ok, i've got one. a machine that you can stick your finger in and it will give you a print out of everything that's wrong with you. like a car diagnostic thing...
1: I don't always hang around to inspect the goods !..besides..after you posted about closing the lid when flushing (It was you wasn't it?)..I always do this now !!
The loo handle thing is neatly avoided by those remote sensor things they have in service stations and such. Wave your hand at one to flush the loo, to turn on the tap, to turn on the hand-drier, etc.Not sure how much energy they draw, mind, or how often they fail (in less regularly inspected loos the tap getting stuck on could cause a real issue..)
Quote from: rosy on 16/08/2007 15:30:08The loo handle thing is neatly avoided by those remote sensor things they have in service stations and such. Wave your hand at one to flush the loo, to turn on the tap, to turn on the hand-drier, etc.Not sure how much energy they draw, mind, or how often they fail (in less regularly inspected loos the tap getting stuck on could cause a real issue..)Ahh..what I meant was the door handle to the room of loos when you're leaving once you've washed and dried your hands.......sorry..my mistake for not explaining better....
I need a talking medicine pill box that is very precise in counting out your pills. and telling you it is time to take your medicine.. I forget easy and thats a NO NO!