Ug. I really need to get my hands on an aquarium heater that has a working thermometer that maintains a temperature.
All these weather changes are causing havoc on my Tank’s temperature. It’s not usually too bad (when the house is cold it gets down to 75, though most of the time it’s 80), but I just had to unplug the heater because this heatwave had my tank up to 85 & rising, which is too warm (I think).
But I don’t like how the temperature fluctuates that much day to day. ._. It can’t be good for my fish. I just want a heater that’s smart enough to know the temperature and heat/turn off on its own. XD
I’m looking around for a new one now online, but if anyone has any recommendations, I’d love to hear it!
A 1932 Rolls Royce 20/25 Sedanca de Ville by Barker a very neat little town car with a fitted trunk. I don’t care for the window vents in the rear and the black painted spoked wheels could do with some smart wheel discs.
xenodile: Web building spiders like narrow places where there’s an air current, such as vents or windows, because that’s where they’re most likely to catch flying insects. Dark confined areas, such as under or behind furniture or inside unused cupboards, are also prime spider locations. Larger hunting spiders prefer dark, dry areas, such as woodpiles, sheds, or other outdoor locations away from human and animal traffic.
Hey David I am going to marry you, I bought the ring and all, thanks, that actually gives me a pretty good idea where it could be, and where to strike.
Fantastic P 100s staring out from the front of this attractive 1934 Bentley 3 ½ litre Sports Saloon by Hooper. Suicide front doors, off screen parked wipers and window vents over the rear door windows. Some sort of fabric roof panel as well . Interesting car.
Olive Dennis (1885-1957) was a civil engineer whose innovative design drastically
changed the nature of railway travel, and brought many of the comforts we are
used to today. She was also the
first female member of the American Railway Engineering Association.
In 1909, the President
of the B & O Railroad decided to give the task of upgrading the railway
service to a female engineer, and created a post specifically for Dennis. She
introduced such innovations as seats that could partially recline, individual
window vents, and air conditioned compartments, sparking a nationwide upgrade
in travel conditions.