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Old Yesterday, 04:15 PM   #21
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Hmmmmmm? On a chilly afternoon , I wonder what dishes I can whip up with my implanted defibrillator????
Probably more than I can with my spinal cord stimulator!
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Old Yesterday, 06:37 PM   #22
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Speaking of the Russian weiner cooker, we had a commercial model when I was growing up. It had an interlock such that one could not easily zap themselves. If I recall correctly, we could stack up to six hot dogs in it for cooking at a time. This isn't quite what I remember having, but it was probably similar.

When I was a Boy Scout we used to wrap hamburger, onion, carrots and sometimes cheese in tin foil and set it securely on the car's V8 motor; we'd have a cooked meal by the time we got to the campsite.

My brother has an all-electric car, and as such it relies on resistance heat to warm the interior. This really kills the available range, and conversely using the air conditioner for cooling is not much better. it's a great concept, but IMHO still has a long way to go to thrive in the current transportation environment.
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This discussion of electric propulsion is interesting but as one who lives on a farm in an area with 4 seasons, I see little to no use for an electric vehicle, at least during the winter. The two things I would be interested in are: electric drive 4WD with a high efficiency diesel genset with batteries for surge power, and using wind energy to produce hydrogen as fuel. This could be produced and stored, which would eliminate the variable output of wind power generation. (and no carbon emissions).
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Summit, in the video he refers to himself as possibly 'full of crap,' and an idiot. This guy is bogus as a football bat. He's cooking skinless wieners. REAL hot dog lovers would NEVER allow a skinless dog in their kitchen!
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