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How to make your YouTube Profile Public (we use this for drawings and giveaways)

Make your channel subscriptions public or private (direct link to Google’s help article here)

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Below are items / things / stuff we’ve talked about on the Podcast
 
From Episode 35, Rothmeyer:

 





From Episode 32, Sammy or Dave:

From Episode 29:
Apple Macbook Pro Battery Recall – Details here

The Alamo Story:

 

 
From Episode 26, The Trailer:
Keith’s RV Grill

From Episode 21, Lawn Mowers:
Electrics / battery powered (1/4 acre to 1/2 acre)

chart to convert acres to sq feet Acres to square feet (1 : 43560)

Gas powered


From Episode 20, Current Events:

Books on the murder  mystery of Meriweather Lewis

An interesting and compelling article can also be found here.


From Episode 18, Generators:

Keith’s dashcam:

Generators / Battery Powered:

Watt / Amp meter to measure how much power your device needs:

Gasoline generator / inverters:

 

Whole home / standby generator:

Hour Meter:

Sound Source** dB(A) Estimate†
Refrigerator 50
Air Conditioner 50-75
Dishwasher 55-70
Vacuum Cleaner 60-85
TV Audio 70
Flush Toilet 75-85
Doorbell, Ringing Telephone 80
Heavy Traffic, Noisy Restaurant 85
Crying Baby, Leaf Blower 110
Jet Plane (at ramp) 120

* Sound levels may vary based on proximity and location; measured at ¼ load at 7 meters from control panel side.
** Measurement information, i.e. proximity and location to source, is not noted at source and may not be equal to 7 meters.
† “Common Environmental Noise Levels.” Center for Hearing and Communication. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Jan. 2015.
http://chchearing.org/noise/common-environmental-noise-levels


From Episode 17, The Internet:

Whole Home Wifi / Mesh Networking

Router

Check your Internet Speed


From Episode 14, Part 2, Car Wash:

 

Get The Right Kit For Your Job !!


From Episode 11, Union Tavern. Jay’s Favorite Watering Hole:

http://www.theuniontavern-local902.com

One of the many taverns located in Anacortes, WA that is in the center of all activities during the 38th Annual Oyster Run. See Link: http://oysterruninc.org

From Episode 11, Wipers:

Also, a sizing guide from Denso for (Asian vehicles) wiper blades


From Episode 8, OBD II Part 2:

The Book, Living with a SEAL


From Episode 7, OBD II Part 1:


From Episode 3, Holiday Gifts for Car Enthusiasts:

Dashcams:

GM Active Fuel Management Disabler: