I just bought a grabber from Harbor Freight Tools. On the box it
says, "Extends your reach by nearly 3 feet." I measured the
distance between the end of my thumb and the end of the grabber. The
distance was less than 28 inches. I think that something described
as "nearly" should be at least 90 percent of the size/length of what
it is being compared to. Ninety percent of 36 is 32.4.
Twenty-eight is less than 78 percent of 36.
I think that Harbor Freight Tools is being deceptive when they
describe this grabber. What do you think?
When I am in the kitchen, I often kick one of my cat's balls.
After I kick it, he will sometimes play with it for a few
On Mon, 04 Nov 2013 00:02:32 -0500, "Percival P. Cassidy"
You have obviously not purchased shoes made in certain countries
recently. If you take a size 9 in an American shoe, you will need a
size 10 or 10.5. Obviously, this is because the maker's feet were
smaller. Their lasts are based on their feet.
Which countries do you have in mind?
Based on the info at
I can't see any shoe size measurement systems that
fit your description.
Inexpensive imported shoes are typically made to American
specs and labeled with American shoes sizes. I don't rule
out occasional snafus but systematic size-label error is
Tak To email@example.com
There could be more of the same coming because it keeps telling me that
the server could not be reached thus it was not sent...see what happens
with this one. Heck, it could be 42 feet once they all get there!
Don't, if it's that blue plastic one. I bought one. There are better
I use one - a better one, now - when I pick up the fallen branches,
pine cones, and potato plants from my yard before mowing the grass. It
saves bending over multiple times.
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