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  1. I have and had a 50% success rate with Ryobi. Not the easiest thing to do and instructions vary. Essentially you are bypassing the circuitry to get a minimal charge in the cells and then let the circuitry take over. If you have a dead cell or cells in your pack it will not work.
  2. Craftsman tools are now made in China and have been for at least the last 5+ years. I believe there are now 3 grades. The hardest to find, and the most pricey, are the Lifetime Warranty ones. The most common ones are the ones that are warranted until they break, then you need to buy a new one.
  3. If you are a Filipino by birth what aren't you getting your dual citizenship? Bring your receipt showing you paid for the acr-i card. No need to bring photos if they didn't take one when you applied for the card. The photo that will be used is the electronic one from your passport. My acr-i card took 2+ months before it was available to be picked up. Your experience may vary.....
  4. Typical moonshine is about 160 proof out of the still... Don't ask how I know..
  5. Bring your own, best not to chance not finding them.
  6. Mine was a Panasonic also... And agree the bread was on the heavy side. Mixed well but the loaf needed to proof longer and higher.
  7. In the States I would use a bread machine and then transfer to a loaf pan to bake in the oven. Was better able to control the rise and the bread wasn't as dense as when totally made in the bread machine. I also had branched out into making baguettes and sourdough breads, yummy! In addition to SM I have heard you can get your flours in S & R stores, an Italian friend of mine who bakes bread mentioned. Have not baked since I came to the Philippines though, no oven. Will be moving in a couple of months, hopefully to a place with an oven!
  8. Hitler, Mussolini and Hirohito were all veterans of their respective militaries. Hirohito was not prosecuted after WWII because it was thought he was more a figurehead, the actual instigators in Japan were the military heads.
  9. Didn't the Japanese general say something like 'beware prodding the sleeping bear'?
  10. No Moto shop near you? My local Robinson's mall has a Moto shop and I found an EVO modular helmet there in XL which fits me.
  11. That would be my question also. I have looked at them and am considering a purchase but wonder how much of a pain in the a$$ it will be to clean. I had a George Forman Rotisserie and loved it and it wasn't that hard to clean, it had liners that came out that caught the splatters.
  12. I am one of the few people that had an implant fail. I got an infection in the bone around the post and had to have it drilled out and bone graft inserted to fill the hole. Must have been a big hole as the oral surgeon had to use 2 batches of bone graft material to fill it. All good now but I don't think I will give it another try. Removal was free as the oral surgeon was the one who installed it. It failed after about 5 years. Removed about 2 years ago.
  13. Did they take the mirror with them????
  14. OMG! I spent a lot of my formative years in the Pelican Rapids, Minn area!
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