Even though my brother and I are both in our late 20’s, my father still insists on giving us a children’s toy each holiday season. This year he gave us each a Picco Z Mini RC Helicopter. This tiny little micro sized helicopter is tons of indoor flying fun. To read my review of the “Picco Z”, which includes pictures, tuning tips & a video clip, click on the link below.
If you own a 1999-2006 Yamaha YZF R6 sportbike motorcycle and want to change the engine oil, check out my guide by clicking on the link below. My R6 engine oil change guide includes pictures, tips, and step by step instructions.
Nissan Altima owners listen up. Have you replaced your Crankshaft Position sensor or Camshaft sensor as required by your car’s maintenance schedule? It’s a fairly easy task. Click on the link below to read my guide with step by step instructions and pictures.
It’s that time again. We bought a big fat pumpkin at the local Publix Supermarket to carve for Halloween 2006.
To make this carved Halloween pumpkin a bit more spooky, I used some carrots for horns. Click on the link below to see pictures of our 2006 pumpkin carving experience.
Today I went and checked out the 14th annual Weston Art Festival 2006 which is held at the Weston Town Center open air mall in Broward County, Florida.
This was my second attempt at creating barbecue pork baby back ribs. My first attempt at BBQ ribs was done in the oven which a few b-b-q experts told me was entirely wrong, even though they were still delicious.
I think this time I got pretty close to the true spirit and results of slow barbecuing pork baby back ribs.
We’ve all seen those Food Network shows where top chefs from around the world compete for cash prizes by creating huge sculptures out of sugar or other food items.
After watching a melted sugar art competition, we decided to try it out for ourselves.
Is your new Dell LCD computer monitor cursed with a flashing padlock icon that just won’t go away???
I figured out a solution to this annoying problem that even the tech support people on the Dell forum didn’t seem able to fix.
Whenever my father goes on a trip he always seems to bring back my brother some fine wines, while I receive exotic beers. It’s not such a bad deal since we usually both get to try the other’s refreshing beverage gift.
The latest acquisition was this tasty “Stingray Beer” from the Cayman Islands. To read my review, click on the link below.
A keg of beer costs about $50. A beer kegerator fridge can keep your favorite brew fresh for 4 months. Each standard sized keg holds about 155-165 servings of frosty suds. So that works out to about $0.30 cents per serving of beer.
It seemed like a very economical solution, so my roommates and I went in on a Summit SBC-500B “portable” beer keg refrigerator or “kegerator”. The total cost was about $600.
We used and abused this kegerator for two years and then I sold it on Craigslist for more than half its original value.