It really works. I’ve used it on a person until the EMT arrived.
: Huh? =^..^=. (Slightly off topic) I traded in my beloved ‘02 Outback for a ’19 Forester. I an still intimidated by it. It’s like driving a computer… sigh.Last Thurs, I put my foot on the “clutch” (which was actually the end of the brake pedal) and about went through the windshield! I’ve been pretty good about not hitting the imaginary clutch…that was until then. I wanted a ‘19 because the new ’global platform" now gives it a smooth ride. Can’t get stick any more.
: After almost 18 years I got a new car. I’ve driven stick all my life, too. Unfortunately, it’s hard to find a manual transmission these days. The new car is like driving a computer! Well, at last I’m able to stop looking for the clutch. I loved my old Outback as it was just the right size…sigh. Actually if I had extra bucks, I would have liked to fully restore it. “And so it goes…”
: I think it was a “draw”…=^..^=
: I think it was “The Outer Limits”. That’s what Gussie sez… =^..^=
: Wasn’t it Poppy Bush who coined the phrase “Voodoo Economics” referring to trickle down…? =^..^=
: I like to support the Post Office!
Also love the “Nevertheless, She Persisted”! Go Senator Liz!
: Somewhere a dog is waiting. But if you are away a lot, I don’t think it’s fair to have a dog. Might you consider a rescue kitty…perhaps a senior? They don’t mind being alone and are always glad to see you. Gussie =^..^= made this suggestion. Just MHO. Cheers
: I do hope you mean herder…? So good for you anyway.