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"My nephew was folding laundry, and turning the occasional shirt right-side-out. I showed him a "trick" where I turned it right-side-out by pulling the whole thing through a sleeve instead of the bottom or collar of the shirt. He thought it was really cool (kids are easily amused, and so am I).
So he learned that you can turn a shirt or pants right-side-out by pulling the material through any hole, not just certain ones. I told him that even if there was a rip in the shirt, you could use that to turn it inside-out or right-side-out, and he was fascinated by this and asked "why?""
This link recently saved by orzelc on December 28, 2009
"My brother-in-law needed a costume to wear to his family's Christmas party, and asked me to make him Ralphie's deranged Easter bunny pink nightmare costume.
I couldn't pass this up.
You can buy a similar costume online for $100, but where's the fun in that? This only cost around $30. Plus a lot of hours of course, but it was worth it."
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This link recently saved by orzelc on June 20, 2009
"[Y]ou might be able to get away with dressing badly for your interview in academic science, especially if your science is really good. But it's no sure thing, so why take a chance? And even if you do get hired, wearing jeans and a T-shirt is unlikely to make a good first impression on someone who, even if they look past your dress-related defects, might file it away and write about it in some future letter of recommendation. Outside the academic environment, such as in interviews for industry or government jobs, your fashion sins are far less likely to be overlooked."
This link recently saved by orzelc on February 23, 2009
"In the middle of a long thread on a writers' list-serv, provoked by my post on fashion models, it occurred to me that one of the unrecognized ways women are kept dependent and threatened is simply denying them pockets. This is more important than one might think, right up there with hobbling them with high heels and way more effective than an upper-body-strength advantage. "