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Old 08-25-2017, 04:10 PM   #41
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What is the proper way to unload a dishwasher? Top rack, bottom rack, utensils? Utensils, top, bottom? Bottom top, utensils?

I just don't know
Whichever way your wife tells you to unload it.
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What is the proper way to unload a dishwasher? Top rack, bottom rack, utensils? Utensils, top, bottom? Bottom top, utensils?

I just don't know
However the wife wants to unload is fine with me as long as she's not unloading on me.
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Old 08-25-2017, 04:15 PM   #43
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What is the proper way to unload a dishwasher? Top rack, bottom rack, utensils? Utensils, top, bottom? Bottom top, utensils?

I just don't know
Trust me, as long as its empty when you're done nobody cares how it happened.

Its just one of those things.
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Old 08-25-2017, 04:50 PM   #44
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What is the proper way to unload a dishwasher? Top rack, bottom rack, utensils? Utensils, top, bottom? Bottom top, utensils?

I just don't know
to actually answer this one seriously, always do the bottom rack first.
If you do the top rack first , some of the items such as bowls and coffee cups can have pooled water that will drip onto everything in the bottom rack.
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I'm amused that this thread is back. I haven't posted at CP again till recently, and one of my old haunts is back. I've been thinking about a line in one of these latest songs from the band Stars lately.

"I don't believe people evey change. I don't believe people every change. But I've changed."
I've been trying to parse out how "real" this statement is/feels.
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Old 08-25-2017, 04:57 PM   #46
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How can I put chopsticks in the dishwasher without having them fall to the bottom every time?
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Old 08-25-2017, 05:19 PM   #47
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Whichever way your wife tells you to unload it.
Whichever way is the opposite of the way your wife tells you to unload it. End result: she tells you not to do it anymore.
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Why don't you see skeletons of birds, squirrels and other creatures around. I see hundreds of live birds and dozens of squirrels every day. When hiking I've never seen a bear, moose or deer, etc skeleton. Of all the gazillions of animals that have ever lived you'd think some would die "in public" (other than road kill).
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Nah, that's loading the dishwasher, haha. Generally, we're just happy someone does it. Besides us.
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Old 08-25-2017, 06:13 PM   #51
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Randomness and disorder are anathema to a database, and CP's was no different. The sheer amount of disconnected thoughts threatened total collapse.
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Why don't you see skeletons of birds, squirrels and other creatures around. I see hundreds of live birds and dozens of squirrels every day. When hiking I've never seen a bear, moose or deer, etc skeleton. Of all the gazillions of animals that have ever lived you'd think some would die "in public" (other than road kill).
Okay, that one is really making me wonder. Tens of thousands of birds, squirrels, and rabbits must die in Calgary every year. Where are the bones? WHERE ARE THE BONES?
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Randomness and disorder are anathema to a database, and CP's was no different. The sheer amount of disconnected thoughts threatened total collapse.
It simply deals with unpredictability in complex systems. The shorthand is the Butterfly Effect. A butterfly can flap its wings in Peking and in Central Park you get rain instead of sunshine.
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At 33, married and with a new born at home, I still can't shake the feeling that I stop maturing at 19 and have been mostly faking it as an adult.

All the responsibilities that go along with being an adult are there, and I'm not a kid, but I wonder if most people in there 30s-40s feel the same way?
Dude, I'm 57 and considered successful by most standards yet I feel the same way most times.

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I've always wondered why man hasn't gone back to the Moon after the Apollo missions.
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I've always wondered why man hasn't gone back to the Moon after the Apollo missions.
Cost and lack of purpose
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The original goal was to set up bases on the moon and use them as lauching places to other planets such as Mars. Or at least that's what we were told when I was growing up. Admittedly i'm older than most on this forum.
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Actually love this thread, great place to deposit the random thoughts we have.

One I have had, is trying to wrap the human brain (or thought) around the concept of infinity. Time has been ticking along since...ever, and that time will continue to tick on long after we are gone.

Then you start digging deeper and it can really freak you out...

Time is really only the perception of time to our own brains, however the passage of it does continue.
It can be manipulated via things like speed & gravity.
Anyone can appreciate it. Whether you are religious or an atheist or agonistic, the concept of infinity, or that there really is no beginning or end, in the larger sense of things, can be heavy stuff for the brain.

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Which way does your head point when you sleep? And does it matter? I have to go back 13 years and 7 houses to find any direction other than west. It's always west.
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Why don't you see skeletons of birds, squirrels and other creatures around. I see hundreds of live birds and dozens of squirrels every day. When hiking I've never seen a bear, moose or deer, etc skeleton. Of all the gazillions of animals that have ever lived you'd think some would die "in public" (other than road kill).
I've had a magpie corpse next to my driveway most of the summer. It fell from the tree it had died in. It has done an excellent job of keeping magpies away this year. Highly recommended.
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