Poor thing might have some kind of mineral deficiency if he's chewing on that.
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He's a puppy. They chew on anything and everything while they are teething.
That's an adapter for a roof drain down spout drain to go from metal pipe to plastic pipe. He pulled the plastic pipe off the metal down spout this morning and decided to keep the connector after he figured out how to disconnect it from the pipe.
Note: the photo was taken using a MagTac2 adding fill light.
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A flashlight he stole off the coffee table while I was not in the room.
Reminds me that yesterday I used my Tool AA to find an earring-holder-tack-thing for my mother. Setting it on the ground revealed it practically instantly.I put the flashlight on the floor or other surfaces to better see where the dust remains
Reminds me that yesterday I used my Tool AA to find an earring-holder-tack-thing for my mother. Setting it on the ground revealed it practically instantly.
To Ma's credit, she did go for a light of mine to look for it, but she's on in years and can't bend down easily to put it on the ground, so she illuminated the ground from above. Problem is, the earring-holder-tack-thing was on its side and the non-bright side was facing up, so it didn't stand out.
I shone my Maglite ML150 shorty on the sign that lit up like daylight. The guy standing next to me says "holy**** that thing is bright"
It was kinda cool lighting an object to help out a contractor from 1/4 mile away.
Do you figure it came that way from the factory, or did someone bubba it later?I was trying to do a factory reset on a home wi-fi repeater and I didn't feel any tactile 'click' from the recessed reset button on the unit. So I took it apart and used my PD36R on low to inspect and photograph what turned out to be the wrong type of switch inside the reset hole. The clicky dome switch was pointing 90 degrees away from the hole.
It looks like a factory error, either by their procurement department or the individual who loaded the parts reels into the pick-and-place machine. I could probably replace it with some hot air re-work but I'm debating whether it will be worth the time and effort.Do you figure it came that way from the factory, or did someone bubba it later?