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Teleological (April 23, 2010, 13:50:59 PM):
Quote from: Telly
Oh, btw, what is YOUR understanding of "Matter?

To answer with a quote..."Some are just not worth the trouble and some people just are not worth engaging".....
and last, but not least, a quote from the great Muffles...."I understand that you don't matter."
My goodness, you could have saved yourself a lot of time and felt less dumb if you just listend to the great muffles lol :P ;D.
GCG (April 23, 2010, 13:52:33 PM):
Do you use hot or cold air to clear a fogged up windshield?
Both. I turn on the heater and blast it at the inside of the screen and open my window to let in icy air. It seems to scare fog away pronto like. Also shrivels my gonads but side effects seem acceptable with being able to steer safely...

i concurr. i found that the hot air helps lots, but i get clautrophobic, so i have to open the window. which kinda sux when its bucketing rain. cold air does squat. i think, the humidity in your breath, makes the window fog up, and when you bazooka the heat, the moisture dissapates, and hey presto. i think, tho, there is some kind of liquid you can apply to the glass to prevent it fogging up.
Faerie (April 23, 2010, 13:55:29 PM):
Dunno about car windscreens, but Mr Min on a helmet's inside visor helps prevent a total fog-up. Just dont use the scented one's, they attract bees....
Jane of the Jungle (April 23, 2010, 15:28:30 PM):
Do you use hot or cold air to clear a fogged up windshield?

BG we always put the aircon on full blast, lowest possible temperature on the windscreen and within seconds the window is clear! Just before your fingers freeze to the steering, systematically lift the temperature!
Brian (April 23, 2010, 16:54:19 PM):
Do you use hot or cold air to clear a fogged up windshield?
No fogging clue ;D


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