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January 31st, 2005 at 07:22 pm

As quickly as the ice came, immobolized the city and left massive power outages, its gone. Replaced by cold weather. I had one good day to stay inside and do whatever my heart desired. Oh well, back to the grind. I did learn something new to me. Did you know that rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle mixed with a little water is a great de-icer? Didn't have to take the scraper to the windshield at all. I turned on the car, turned on the defrost and sprayed the winshield. It instantly cut through the ice which was at least 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick. I sprayed every window, and then returned to the car and turned on the windshield wipers. Not to mention the Alcohol cleaned the glass too.

Maybe I'm telling something that everybody else knew, but in all my years of growing up in the cold midwest of Chicago, and Wisconsin, I never knew this.

Never too old to learn something new. I thought I was beyond hope.

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