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u/Javbw · 2 pointsr/DoByFriday

Good ones!

I suggest trying to wear two “outer” shirts for one waking day - dress,polo, or any other type of collared shirt.

Find and buy one item solely for airplane miles arbitrage.

Watch an anime from John Siracusa and have Him as a guest. I want to hear Max and Merlin pick on John a bit, though he is almost always “good cop”.

For a serious one (if they ever want to do “serious”) I would love for all of them to expound on their thinking of how the mind handles memory/ consciousness - though this might be a Rec/Diffs topic just for John and Merlin:

I read a fascinating book (On Intelligence) that not only explained in lay terms how your brain (logically) processes inputs, but had a good theory of how a single method of working explained learning, practice, memory, and actually moving your muscles to do something - most theories can’t explain them all in a single method.

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Speaking of miles arbitrage, my brother in law is a frequent traveler using arbitraged miles. He routinely buys money orders that offer some kind of very large miles bonus, then deposits it into the bank to pay the bill; the small fee for the money order is offset by the mileage gain. He has travelled more in a couple years than I have in my entire life - some of it paid, some on miles. considering he is the one who handles money responsibly, and I am most certainly not, he must be onto something. <br />
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That might also be a good topic: revisit a lesson they learned about handling money. 
u/SquircleTheWagons · 2 pointsr/DoByFriday

Don’t know if they still read the reddit, but Max would for sure love this book -

u/gmanley · 8 pointsr/DoByFriday

A few suggestions my SO and I thought of:

  • Sign up for a ridiculous gig economy app and report back (some ideas):
  • Buy and assemble 1 piece of ikea furniture
  • Buy cat wine. Report back (
  • Use only cash to purchase items for the week
  • Compliment a random stranger every day
  • Cancel 1 subscription service (ie. Hulu, HBO, etc.)
  • Challenge each other to cook one specific recipe
  • Sell something on craigslist
  • 3D print something
  • Buy and use cat carrier hoodie (
u/Ironring1 · 1 pointr/DoByFriday

A 90 degree joined mirror will reflect back an image that is doubly reversed. In other words, how everyone else sees you. You look at the mirror with the seam right in the middle as if you were staring at a partially opened book.

Explained here:

If you look closely at the product on Amazon, you can see the 90 degree angle where the mirrors meet the base. The trick is hiding the seam where the mirrors meet, as normally the reflecting surface is on the rear of a mirror's glass.;amp;qid=1537051860&amp;amp;sr=8-3&amp;amp;pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&amp;amp;keywords=true+mirror&amp;amp;dpPl=1&amp;amp;dpID=415wwm8VuHL&amp;amp;ref=plSrch

u/aveman101 · 25 pointsr/DoByFriday

Try a bidet attachment for your existing toilet.


No dude wipe fatbergs. No blowout. I don't remember the last time I had to buy toilet paper.

Things to discuss:

  • Shopping experience (there's weirdly a lot of styles to choose from)
  • Installation experience
  • User experience
  • Value
  • Cleaning