That nice blue coffee maker I bought? There's something wrong with the programming. How do I know? Well, it turns itself on. That means it's either a programming issue or it's possessed. I'm going to go with the programming issue. The problems is that there are only 2 buttons on the front. The red one indicates the coffee maker is brewing. The other, a light green color, does everything else: sets the time on the clock, sets AM / PM, and lets you set a timer to start brewing. Holding it in for 3 seconds supposedly lets you set the clock. Example: green button 3 seconds & you can set AM / PM; green button 3 seconds & you can set minutes by pressing... the green button, once you have minutes set, press and hold the green button for 3 seconds - that lets you set the hours by... pressing the green button. Pressing the green button too long will set the timer. However, if the power goes off, or the coffeemaker gets unplugged, the clock will reset to a random time and the timer does pretty much the same thing. Here in Enola we sometimes get very brief power outages; the lights don't even flicker, I know because I'll find the bedroom clock flashing, and, of course, that will screw up the coffee maker. My answer? Just keep the damn thing unplugged so I don't wake up, or come home to find the warmer hot, with an empty carafe sitting on it.
And, what about the owner of the New England Patriots hitting whore houses?
|Yeah, this Krafty old sucker
Holy Shit! And we're not even talking about a high class establishment here. Shit, doesn't he know there's such a thing as a 'call girl?' He's a good friend of the Idiot Jerk in the White House. I wonder if they swap whore house stories? Oh, wait, it's not a whore house. It's a 'massage parlor.' And it looks like it's in a strip mall (no pun intended)
Don't picture it! Clear your brain completely! Let it go blank! Otherwise you'll begin to wonder how often he was having his green button pushed... I'm betting he rarely needed to be 'unplugged.'