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Content posted in September 2013
Don’t Talk About the Temperature Gap
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9/30/2013  18 comments
If there is a gap in the temperature gauge, you'd better not talk about it.
The Copper Eats the Aluminum
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9/24/2013  20 comments
The light socket -- constructed with copper and aluminum -- was bound to fail.
New Dishwasher Can’t Beat the Old One
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9/18/2013  22 comments
The fancy new dishwasher was no match for the decades-old model.
Stun Gun Ad Sells False Sizzle
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9/17/2013  51 comments
The claims about a two-million-volt stun gun defied the laws of physics.
Cable Box Caused Confusion
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9/16/2013  17 comments
The new cable box came with a whole mess of problems.
The Day the Ice Dispenser Died
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9/10/2013  17 comments
The ice dispenser support broke before the parts it was holding wore out.
Taking Down the Tent Was Trouble
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9/4/2013  47 comments
Pitching the tent was a breeze, but putting it back in the case it came in was a nightmare.
Self-Timing Clock Makes Up Its Own Time
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9/3/2013  33 comments
The clock that was supposed to set its own time didn't know what year it was.




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