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Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011, In : Safety 
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known ...
Continue reading ...
 

Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011, In : Safety 
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clea...
Continue reading ...
 

Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011, In : Safety 
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot eno...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Car Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010, In : Safety 
Who loves accidents? Only lawyers do. In any scenario there are cars that contain people and people who are known as pedestrians that walk as vehicles drive past them.  There are times when cars are traveling fast, or the driver is simply not paying attention to the road ahead to see a person passing in front of his or her vehicle. Bad weather could also be the blame. For people who like to keep their insurance rates low and avoid accidents there is a need to have their cars equipped with suc...
Continue reading ...
 

The Umbrella Parachutte

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, June 26, 2010, In : Safety 
Do you live or work in a four or higher story building, one without a fire escape? When there's a fire or other danger you may try the door but are prevented from escape due to flames or explosive hazzard that will set upon you unless you find an appropriate escape. In instances like this you should certainly call the fire department. This is a plausable and proper way to get help. But as you wait for a response, the damage gets worse leaving you trapped until help arrives. It may be best to ...
Continue reading ...
 

THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010, In : Safety 
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mi...
Continue reading ...
 

The External Customer Car Care Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Safety 
Automobiles are expensive enough let alone the bells and whistles that have now become a necessary part of owning four wheels of transportation. When you can only afford the car at the time of purchase, how do you add all necessary bells and whistles afterwards for a car and personal safety device?

IDEA:

The External Installation of a Customer Car Care Safety Device

The external customer car care safety device would be equipped with: A multi bus infrared computer, that would allow you to connect...
Continue reading ...
 

Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009, In : Safety 
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

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Showing category "Safety" (Show all posts)

Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011, In : Safety 
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known ...
Continue reading ...
 

Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011, In : Safety 
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clea...
Continue reading ...
 

Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011, In : Safety 
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot eno...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Car Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010, In : Safety 
Who loves accidents? Only lawyers do. In any scenario there are cars that contain people and people who are known as pedestrians that walk as vehicles drive past them.  There are times when cars are traveling fast, or the driver is simply not paying attention to the road ahead to see a person passing in front of his or her vehicle. Bad weather could also be the blame. For people who like to keep their insurance rates low and avoid accidents there is a need to have their cars equipped with suc...
Continue reading ...
 

The Umbrella Parachutte

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, June 26, 2010, In : Safety 
Do you live or work in a four or higher story building, one without a fire escape? When there's a fire or other danger you may try the door but are prevented from escape due to flames or explosive hazzard that will set upon you unless you find an appropriate escape. In instances like this you should certainly call the fire department. This is a plausable and proper way to get help. But as you wait for a response, the damage gets worse leaving you trapped until help arrives. It may be best to ...
Continue reading ...
 

THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010, In : Safety 
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mi...
Continue reading ...
 

The External Customer Car Care Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Safety 
Automobiles are expensive enough let alone the bells and whistles that have now become a necessary part of owning four wheels of transportation. When you can only afford the car at the time of purchase, how do you add all necessary bells and whistles afterwards for a car and personal safety device?

IDEA:

The External Installation of a Customer Car Care Safety Device

The external customer car care safety device would be equipped with: A multi bus infrared computer, that would allow you to connect...
Continue reading ...
 

Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009, In : Safety 
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "Safety" (Show all posts)

Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011, In : Safety 
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known ...
Continue reading ...
 

Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011, In : Safety 
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clea...
Continue reading ...
 

Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011, In : Safety 
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot eno...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Car Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010, In : Safety 
Who loves accidents? Only lawyers do. In any scenario there are cars that contain people and people who are known as pedestrians that walk as vehicles drive past them.  There are times when cars are traveling fast, or the driver is simply not paying attention to the road ahead to see a person passing in front of his or her vehicle. Bad weather could also be the blame. For people who like to keep their insurance rates low and avoid accidents there is a need to have their cars equipped with suc...
Continue reading ...
 

The Umbrella Parachutte

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, June 26, 2010, In : Safety 
Do you live or work in a four or higher story building, one without a fire escape? When there's a fire or other danger you may try the door but are prevented from escape due to flames or explosive hazzard that will set upon you unless you find an appropriate escape. In instances like this you should certainly call the fire department. This is a plausable and proper way to get help. But as you wait for a response, the damage gets worse leaving you trapped until help arrives. It may be best to ...
Continue reading ...
 

THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010, In : Safety 
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mi...
Continue reading ...
 

The External Customer Car Care Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Safety 
Automobiles are expensive enough let alone the bells and whistles that have now become a necessary part of owning four wheels of transportation. When you can only afford the car at the time of purchase, how do you add all necessary bells and whistles afterwards for a car and personal safety device?

IDEA:

The External Installation of a Customer Car Care Safety Device

The external customer car care safety device would be equipped with: A multi bus infrared computer, that would allow you to connect...
Continue reading ...
 

Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009, In : Safety 
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "Safety" (Show all posts)

Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011, In : Safety 
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known ...
Continue reading ...
 

Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011, In : Safety 
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clea...
Continue reading ...
 

Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011, In : Safety 
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot eno...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Car Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010, In : Safety 
Who loves accidents? Only lawyers do. In any scenario there are cars that contain people and people who are known as pedestrians that walk as vehicles drive past them.  There are times when cars are traveling fast, or the driver is simply not paying attention to the road ahead to see a person passing in front of his or her vehicle. Bad weather could also be the blame. For people who like to keep their insurance rates low and avoid accidents there is a need to have their cars equipped with suc...
Continue reading ...
 

The Umbrella Parachutte

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, June 26, 2010, In : Safety 
Do you live or work in a four or higher story building, one without a fire escape? When there's a fire or other danger you may try the door but are prevented from escape due to flames or explosive hazzard that will set upon you unless you find an appropriate escape. In instances like this you should certainly call the fire department. This is a plausable and proper way to get help. But as you wait for a response, the damage gets worse leaving you trapped until help arrives. It may be best to ...
Continue reading ...
 

THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010, In : Safety 
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mi...
Continue reading ...
 

The External Customer Car Care Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Safety 
Automobiles are expensive enough let alone the bells and whistles that have now become a necessary part of owning four wheels of transportation. When you can only afford the car at the time of purchase, how do you add all necessary bells and whistles afterwards for a car and personal safety device?

IDEA:

The External Installation of a Customer Car Care Safety Device

The external customer car care safety device would be equipped with: A multi bus infrared computer, that would allow you to connect...
Continue reading ...
 

Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009, In : Safety 
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "Safety" (Show all posts)

Rain Visors

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 8, 2011, In : Safety 
People wear visors especially to prevent the sun from blocking their vison. But what about when it rains?  The rain drops without mercy on to everything that is exposed to it.  Windshield wipers do all that they can but can wear out or stop working at any time.  Since we cannot stop along a busy road or highway to replace wipers that no longer work, what can we do in instances of bad weather?  If you own a car that can go into auto drive it may be possible to program the car given it's known ...
Continue reading ...
 

Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011, In : Safety 
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clea...
Continue reading ...
 

Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011, In : Safety 
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot eno...
Continue reading ...
 

Infrared Car Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010, In : Safety 
Who loves accidents? Only lawyers do. In any scenario there are cars that contain people and people who are known as pedestrians that walk as vehicles drive past them.  There are times when cars are traveling fast, or the driver is simply not paying attention to the road ahead to see a person passing in front of his or her vehicle. Bad weather could also be the blame. For people who like to keep their insurance rates low and avoid accidents there is a need to have their cars equipped with suc...
Continue reading ...
 

The Umbrella Parachutte

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, June 26, 2010, In : Safety 
Do you live or work in a four or higher story building, one without a fire escape? When there's a fire or other danger you may try the door but are prevented from escape due to flames or explosive hazzard that will set upon you unless you find an appropriate escape. In instances like this you should certainly call the fire department. This is a plausable and proper way to get help. But as you wait for a response, the damage gets worse leaving you trapped until help arrives. It may be best to ...
Continue reading ...
 

THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010, In : Safety 
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mi...
Continue reading ...
 

The External Customer Car Care Safety Device

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Safety 
Automobiles are expensive enough let alone the bells and whistles that have now become a necessary part of owning four wheels of transportation. When you can only afford the car at the time of purchase, how do you add all necessary bells and whistles afterwards for a car and personal safety device?

IDEA:

The External Installation of a Customer Car Care Safety Device

The external customer car care safety device would be equipped with: A multi bus infrared computer, that would allow you to connect...
Continue reading ...
 

Where do you bury the survivors?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 30, 2009, In : Safety 
Cars, boats, airplanes, busses and trains are often used for distance and convenience of transportation. What do we do in the event of an emergency or malfunction of device? Would it be too much to ask each passenger to be responsible for providing his or her own life jacket or parachute? Automobiles should no longer be the exception for endless airbag possibilities with regard to safety during transportation of any kind.

IDEA:

A helium air envelope that can deploy similar to an airbag when an ...
Continue reading ...