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Sena SMH10D-10 Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset/Intercom Review
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Sena SMH10D-10 Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset/Intercom Review

Bluetooth motorcycle intercoms have come a long way. The Sena SMH10 is a great value, even as more modern products cram in unnecessary features.

FoxFi Mobile Hotspot Wifi Tethering Android App Review

FoxFi Mobile Hotspot Wifi Tethering Android App Review

Despite my problems with my Nexus 7 Android tablet, I use it a ton and carry it with me just about everywhere. Most of the time I am in reach of a known WiFi access point, such as my home or work. But sometimes I am at places without WiFi coverage or at places where […]

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Thermos Saves the Day – TWICE.

Thermos Saves the Day – TWICE.

Insulated container manufacturer Thermos scored two big victories to me yesterday. My friend BigDubb recently bought — like last Friday — a Sipp insulated travel mug from Thermos. On the first day of use, the button used to open and shut the lid broke, and BigDubb was unable to drink his beverage. It also kept […]

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How to Clean Your Nasty Stainless Steel Coffee Mug

How to Clean Your Nasty Stainless Steel Coffee Mug

Even if your coffee travel mug is stainless steel it can still get stained like a politician’s heart. Here’s how to clean it out and make it look like new. Especially written for lazy people like myself.

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Thermos King Stainless Steel Insulated Beverage Bottle Review

Thermos King Stainless Steel Insulated Beverage Bottle Review

I review the Thermos King stainless steel insulate travel bottle. It keeps coffee hot enough to drink for almost nine hours if you keep the bottle capped. The King will also do its job if you drink one ten ounce cup every half hour.

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Thermos Stainless King 16oz Coffee Travel Mug Review

Thermos Stainless King 16oz Coffee Travel Mug Review

The King lives up to its name — and the marketing hype — by keeping hot liquids hot for almost five hours. Plus it’s built like a brick shithouse.

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Lake Placid trip summary: day two

Lake Placid trip summary: day two

I like to be cool. I keep my house at about 68 – 70 degrees all year round. My mom’s place was in the low 80s, and as such I didn’t sleep very well. Capping off a twelve hour car trip with a poor rest motivated me to leave for Lake Placid, NY early. I […]

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Lake Placid trip summary: day one

Lake Placid trip summary: day one

I set off for New York state on Friday. My friend Bond was getting married up in Lake Placid, and I planned on visiting my parents in Syracuse the day before. As I mentioned before I set out, there was a forecast for lots and lots of rain, so I took my Mazdaspeed3. Right before […]

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Sweet canine justice

Sweet canine justice

Yesterday I rode Raider, my BMW R1150R down to Savannah, Georgia to hang out with some friends of mine. I took I-95 for most of the way. Eventually I will take a less-traveled route and enjoy myself, but I like making this trip all in one day. I have been pleasantly surprised at how courteous […]

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HE’S OFF HIS MEDS!!

HE’S OFF HIS MEDS!!

That’s about the last thing you want to hear on an airplane, right after “ALLAHU AKBAR” and the sound of a dead man’s switch being activated. Tags: flying, mutant insects, travel, work

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