Who said anything about fixing? Who said he was a pro? I said "if it
waswring problem" and I said "He is an EE". Beside, there's a reason I
didn't say "3 year old" heater. I said "I got it for $25 at Walmart 3
years ago. Until recently, I didn't use it much - I used to only to
take the chill out of the bed sheet for like a VERY short period in
winter." That menas I used it for like 2-4 mins each night and only a
very short period, not the whole winter.
Yeah right. See design below
** ** **
* Entrance B *
** ** **
** ***** Entrance A*******************************
Entrance A = Door to room form hallway
Entrance B = Entrance to 2 basins, 2 closet, on shower room, one
Until a few days ago, when I got oil-filled randiant heater, I left
Entrance A opened always and did nothing to Entrance B.
You are correct. Go to the head of the class.
She's not well mentally for even considering placing a heater on her
BED. But, she won't be long for this world. Unfortunately, she'll burn
down someone else's house in the transition if she keeps it up. These
types of people always make someone else pay.
I mentioned about placing a tiny heater with AUTO safety shut off
feature on my bed for a couple of time in order to give the background
of its use to see what could be the damage in the heater that stopped
working INSTEAD OF getting my bed and me on fire, the next thing I
knew people with no fucking clue who I am and how I do things
matronizing me and people with no fucking MD degree in their tail
diagnozing me, and some so called men talking to me with their other
brain just because they see a female name. I won't mention about
retards trying to jump on the band wagon to slander me w/o giving any
fucking reference to the thread where, they claimed I said this or
that, I got kicked out, blah..blah..blah..
I guees, these people don't have a funck 'n life and need to cling on
to me for some excitement in thier boring lives. What a pity!
I assure you that my family will be quite happy to get the money from
the insurance (for the house and me).
I'm no fan of cold sheets either. If you can find yourself an
electric blanket (either new or used), climbing into bed will be a
whole lot less traumatic and we'll all sleep better; they draw very
little power and within five or ten minutes, you're good to go.
An even better option is an electric mattress pad. They're
considerably more expensive, but ask anyone who has one and they'll
tell you there's nothing like it. Someone in another group recently
bought one at a local thrift store for I believe $5.00 and said it was
in like new condition.
Actually, my sleeping arrangement is perfect. I was putting
underneath not to warm the bed. I don't like warm bed, I just take the
chiil out. I sleep better when it is cold because of my rhinistis
condition. But my feet gets cold easily and I usually wear leg warmer
but that night, I was just tesing. So I aimed the heat toward that
direction. Of course, I didn''t really need it badly. What I was
doing really was ... playing.
I know it was dangerous but as much as an obedient child, I was I did
something extrmely dangerous when I was 9. I was bought a set of
pots, made of aluminun and I wanted to cook in the biggest one which
was about the size of two palms. So when all the adults were really
busy (in the kitchen), I went up to what would be like the balcony
here, and made a fire using charcoal, pouring some gas. I cooked some
rice - I watched it attentively - and killed the fire afterward. The
rice was edible. The next time I would cook rice or anything would be
after I turned 21. No one knew about it. This is the first time I tell
anyone about it. Of course, it's not that I like playing with fire.
If I did dangerous thing, I am very careful with it.
I have that. It gets too hot.
Coldness or hotness is not a problem in my bed setup.
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