It works as advertised, and
I haven't had to use it for real as yet.
It has a single button control: hit it once it's on bright, twice on low(damn sure can't call it 'dim'). The diffuser does a very good job of giving even, non-glare light, and using LEDs the reports of battery life are very good. Can't say I'm looking forward to needing it, but it's very comforting to have sources of light like this available.
I've been using PDB's home-mix CLP for my cleaning, and it seems to work quite well.
AG Holder: "We won't spy on you the same way anymore, but don't quote me on that."
It appears I can scratch Staples off the list of places I buy from.
We’re sorry, but your small business entry into the Staples PUSH It Forward Contest has been rejected* for the following reason(s):
Entry contains content that promotes alcohol, illegal drugs, tobacco, firearms/weapons (or the use of any of the foregoing); promotes any activities that may appear unsafe or dangerous; promotes any particular political agenda or message; is obscene or offensive; or endorses any form of hate or hate group.
Ok, so screw Staples, there's a lot of other places to buy stuff from.
More wonders from Californicated, first on Obamacare:
But the data that Lee released tells a different story: Obamacare, in fact, will increase individual-market premiums in California by as much as 146 percent.
and then on screwing gun owners(this is just ONE of the pieces of crap):Californians who want to buy ammunition would have to submit personal information and a $50 fee for a background check by the state, under a bill passed by the Senate. The state Department of Justice would determine whether buyers have a criminal record, severe mental illness or a restraining order that would disqualify them from owning guns.
Ammo shops would check the name on buyers' driver's licenses against a state list of qualified purchasers.
The goal of the bill is "to ensure that criminals and other dangerous individuals cannot purchase ammunition in the state of California," said Sen. Kevin De Leon (D-Los Angeles), author of SB 53.
Yeah. Because criminals NEVER obtain ammo illegally...
Speaking of ammo, I have bullets to size & lube if I can get the other stuff out of the way today. Catch you later.