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Clothes Pins

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karyoker

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If the clothes pin were invented today it would have 3 transistors and IC a photo coupler moisture detector and a solar panel Each would take a 9V battery or get get power from a steel clothes line. In which case each would be worth more than the pair of shorts they are holding up.
 

Mikebits

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I just use a dryer...:)
 

Mikebits

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Why was your TV in the fridge? And how does this involve a clothesline?
 
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gerty

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" If the clothes pin were invented today it would have 3 transistors and IC a photo coupler moisture detector and a solar panel Each would take a 9V battery or get get power from a steel clothes line. In which case each would be worth more than the pair of shorts they are holding up. "

Of course none of these could be used without pending UL approval..
 

tcmtech

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Its part of the it needs to be complex in order to make it simple mentality of todays people. :mad:

a friend of mine has a $50 set of stakes to hold down her $40 tent. I have four sticks (locally supplied of course!) And if the supplier is out of stock I have the rock alternative.;)

Since camping always involves a fire. sticks and some rocks are always needed so its my solution to tent anchoring as well! :D
 
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