"R Granger"
Woof! Woof, I say!
Top Reviewer Ranking: 106
Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (152 of 189)
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
In My Own Words:
I'll try anything once. Heck, I'll try anything twice, just in case I got it wrong the first time.

Historical fiction, weird fiction, comedy (especially British), hip hop, rock and roll, dogs, food, science.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 106 - Total Helpful Votes: 152 of 189
Fellowes Powershred 99CI Shredder, Black/Dark Silv&hellip by Fellowes
This really has to be a top-of-the-line shredder for home or small business office, and I wish I'd purchased it sooner. I had a midget "5-page" shredder before (which could only really handle a couple of sheets at a time, and even then jammed more than Smuckers), and I recently had ENOUGH.

This model tells you if you've over-stuffed it. Better yet, it tells you if you've UNDER-stuffed it: an indicator light meter reveals how many pages it could handle compared to how many you put in. If the light meter only goes up a couple of bars, that means it's hungry and you need to give it more on your next go-around. This thing even detects if there's any skin touching its gaping… Read more
Fujitsu PA03643-B002 ScanSnap S1300i Scanner by Fujitsu
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
In my foolish youth, I thought that an all-in-one scanner/copier/printer was the way to go. I remained loyal to mine for many years. It was bulky, heavy, and slow, but I stuck by it. It scanned into JPGs, which I would then have to use a photo program to convert to large PDFs, which I'd then have to reduce in file size. Very time-consuming.

Lately, I've been trying to go paperless with my home office and personal documents. I grew more and more frustrated with my all-in-one that didn't appear to do any of its functions particularly well.

I finally mustered up the courage to tell my all-in-one, "It's over.", and got the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i. It was recommended by a… Read more
Munchkin 14906 High Capacity Drying Rack (White) by Munchkin
"High capacity" is a relative term, but the rack holds enough bottles, lids, nipples, and other items for my infant twins--so I would hope that it suffices for most people. It has two tiers to it and a removable tray to decant the water that's dripped off. I've saved valuable counter space that I have since filled with other junk. Win-win-win!