Friday, August 6, 2010

Externalities. AC Cleaned. Cargo Trailer."When strolling through the aisles of the grocery store, most consumers have no idea that they are paying a far greater price for their Coca-Cola and Doritos than what their check-out total may lead them to believe.
These hidden and often unanticipated costs -- known as externalities in economic terms -- are not reflected in a product's purchase price but are instead passed along in the form of environmental impacts or health care costs that someone else must eventually pay."
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Fat facts By Jessica Hulett
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"Despite the fact that the low-fat craze has long since passed, fear and misconceptions about dietary fat still remain. Fats are a necessary part of a healthy diet; they give you energy, protect your organs and keep you warm. They're also vital in helping your body absorb vitamins A, D, E and K.
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Ray's back was better after the doctor gave him a shot yesterday, so he is back at work.

He cleaned the AC that I had taken out, when I bought the new one. 
He took it out of it's case, wrapped the important electrical parts in plastic bags, and cleaned it with AC coil cleaner.
Then he hosed that all off, and now it is all clean.   Here it is with case back on, and then with the front on.


It still works, so I will advertise it for sale, cheap.  It might help someone in this heat. 

Jack-repaired. Then we installed the new battery in the battery box on the Cargo trailer, and installed the repaired electric tongue jack.  It works great, so I didn't need to buy a manual one after all.

Now it can go down to the welder for the outriggers.

It needs a new cotter pin on the foot, so we didn't put that on today.

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