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Falcon Products - Dust Off Plus Cleaner, 10 oz - Sold as 1 EA - Nonflammable Dust-Off Plus delivers a clean, triple-filtered blast of nontoxic gas that quickly removes dust, lint and other contaminants from computers, CRTs, disk and tape drives, diskettes, media storage files and general office equipment. The Vector Valve rotates 360 degrees with a 180-degree vertical orientation so you can direct spray in any direction. Great for hard to reach places. Unique nozzle allows you to keep duster upr
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Nonflammable Dust-Off Plus delivers a clean, triple-filtered blast of nontoxic gas that quickly removes dust, lint and other contaminants from computers, CRTs, disk and tape drives, diskettes, media storage files and general office equipment. The Vector Valve rotates 360 degrees with a 180-degree vertical orientation so you can direct spray in any direction. Great for hard to reach places. Unique nozzle allows you to keep duster upright while delivering a cleaning blast to difficult-to-reach areas. Duster contains 100 percent ozone-safe gas and has no CFCs, HCFCs, propane or butane.
Sold as 1 EA
Total percentage of recycled content: 0
Post Consumer Waste: 0
Country of origin: US
[South] Wil getting teary eyed... from the cold wind
August 5th 2008, early morning. On a boat off the shore from Kaikoura, South Island, where we went on a whale watching cruise. We spotted 3 beauties, and though I'm satisfied with photos I've taken of them (will upload these later), I took this wonderful photo of Wil as well and wanted to share that one first :P Anyway, we're home. We arrived yesterday. First thing we did was sleep as we had almost 30 hours of travel behind us, including the train trip home and the waiting. Last time I wrote I said we were lucky with the weather, there at the west coast of South Island. Little did I know at the time that it really was a lucky break for us; a few hours after that post we saw the news and realised the rest of the country had been struggling with severe flooding at the time. We have been fortunate not to have been in any trouble ourselves - naturally we did see some consequences of the floods as we made our way to the east coast. From Invercargill (aug. 1) we drove via the Catlins route (suitable it seems only for summer - no more dolphins either!) onwards to studentcity Dunedin, location of the University of Otago. The city had a liberal feeling to it, rather nice mood. On the way to Dunedin we saw some of those flooded areas. We were completely allright, nothing happened, but it was a bit sad to see nonetheless, to see all that water. After Dunedin we drove towards Christchurch immediately. We took it easy the last couple of days but we had a highlight in Kaikoura, where we drove off to on August 4th. We did some whale watching, and saw not 1, but 3 sperm whales while we were on this fast funky little boat in the warm morning sun. Majestic creatures, so large but so calming. We also saw a couple of seals chilling by the parking spots. We left this charming town again on the 5th and drove back to Christchurch via Highway 1, which was still messy from the aftermath of the weather (there had been a lot of landslides!) but the weather was finally well again and people there managed to clean up a lot and get back on their feet. While around Christchurch we decided to take te drive up to Arthur's Pass, just the drive really, but it was enjoyable to see the snowy mountains and snow on the roads. Winter! And now at home, it's summer again. Thursday our last hours were spent shopping a little, I got some magazines (Australia's frankie stole my heart) and Wil bought me a knitted white hat, awww. I added a bunch of titles to my books wishlist - Wil added some as well - and we went to see the new X-Files film, "I Want to Believe", which was awesome if only for seeing Mulder & Scully teamed up on screen again after so many years. No group invites, or admin invites. No group images or other (award) images. I will delete comments containing them. Photo © Karin Elizabeth. Do not use without permission.5/13 Cleaning.
Le nettoyage des lieux. The Story: IS PLASTIC LIFE DEAD? I have 2 Hard Drives to save all my work, all my photos, and of course all my Plastic Life set. They work in "RAID", copying all the time the same files. It was supposed to be a safe way to save my files. But, November 12 2010, my 2 hard drives crashed down. I still don't know how it happened. They didn"t come up on my different computers. everything was off. I had to put them out from their boxes to bring them to some repair shop. I did it, and i brought these 2 strange naked machins to some shop in Paris. They couldn't fixe it. Then i realised that in these 2 metal and green plastic hard drives that i was holding in my hands, was stucked all Plastic Life, all the past of my little characters. All their real life was fucked inside these 2 machines. Me, i couldn't do anything else to save their past... so i thought... "maybe THEY can do something... maybe my little people can try to save themselves, they own past, their own history, their own real life!" So, during one all week-end, i have shot them, my tiny characters, living on my hard drives, working on them, doing their best... Here is their new story... trying to answer to that question: IS PLASTIC LIFE DEAD?
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