magnetic plaster

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CeeVee

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You got me thinking. Maybe if all walls done would soak up dirty elelectricity ie emfs good for bedroom but have to go outside for mobile will look into it
The walls aren't actually magnetic tho dude...you can just stick magnets to it.
 

t33ch

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You got me thinking. Maybe if all walls done would soak up dirty elelectricity ie emfs good for bedroom but have to go outside for mobile will look into it
As an ex physics teacher, I've had to scratch my eyeballs out at the utter wrongness of everything you just said o_O

No offence :)
 

Danny

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Its not a bad idea that. Worth a try. I had an idea for a trowel with a led light attached to the tang once. You would be able to see in the dark where the lights didn't reach. A bit like a dewalt drill with a light on it when you drill. I still think it will appear one day.
lol try it and see :D you never know
 

Danny

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If the walls were magnetic that would be insane... imagine walking in if you worked at an engineering shop... the iron filings on the wall would drive you crazy
 

t33ch

Active Member
Jane worked out she only works 195 days a year being a full time teacher :D
LOL. I turned up at school half seven until six (if no meetings), got home, had tea and then worked until ten/eleven at night. Then I worked weekends and at least half of every 'holiday'. After that I had people come round and point out all the things I was doing wrong blah blah f**k**g blah.

No easy ride being self employed but at least my work is appreciated.

Oh, and btw 0/10, must try harder for this...:loco:

If the walls were magnetic that would be insane... imagine walking in if you worked at an engineering shop... the iron filings on the wall would drive you crazy
 

Danny

Administrator
LOL. I turned up at school half seven until six (if no meetings), got home, had tea and then worked until ten/eleven at night. Then I worked weekends and at least half of every 'holiday'. After that I had people come round and point out all the things I was doing wrong blah blah f**k**g blah.

No easy ride being self employed but at least my work is appreciated.

Oh, and btw 0/10, must try harder for this...:loco:
Janes ok to be honest.... far too organised so all lessons planned months bwfore etc
 
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