What organization can do something about a company that dumps all kinds of controlled chemical down the drain?
Need to know who to go to about a company that flagrantly violates municipal/provincial/federal controlled chemical disposal regulations...4 AnswersOther - Environment1 decade ago
They aren't yellow the way sweat tends to show up on whites. I gather the stains I'm talking about are from chemicals in the antiperspirant.3 AnswersCleaning & Laundry1 decade ago
As long as a person is not interfering with and is a safe distance away from an arrest, can't that person watch what's going on?2 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police1 decade ago
In the last hour or so my cat, Jones, started twitching his tail pretty wildly and licking frantically at the base of it. As well, he seems to be trying to run away from it (his tail). The area seems to be very sensitive, and I've only barely escaped the claws while trying to have a look. Everything I've read on fractured/dislocated tails seems to indicate that there would be a pronounced droop to his tail, notably around the base of it, but that's not the least bit evident here. Any ideas? Should I just give it a day or two and see if the sensitivity goes away? I should mention that he likes to get under foot, and in the process of feeding him this morning I stepped on him - not sure if it was tail or paw, but it does happen periodically - but he was fine following his feeding, prior to me noticing his discomfort. I'm pretty worried, as this behavior is FAR from his silly, sociable, affectionate nature. Help!!5 AnswersCats1 decade ago
I rent, and the gas furnace is in the basement, which is tiled. There is an insulated 6" duct (it's not the return) that runs from the outside of the townhouse to about 12" off of the basement floor. There is a sticker on the duct that warns me to ensure a steady supply of fresh air so as to avoid CO poisoning. Predictably, when it's -30C outside, the tile floor could freeze the balls off a brass monkey. Does this sound right to anyone? The furnace isn't enclosed. It's only about a 1000sqft townhouse; could I get away with plugging this duct?2 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs1 decade ago
My girlfriend says she was taught at "cooking school" that because it kills non-harmful skin flora along with the viruses and bacteria, hand sanitizer is in fact bad for you in that it decreases your skin's ability to repel the bad bugs.
I think this sounds like BS, as it flies in the face of everything we've been hearing from the medical community for years.
Anyone care to weigh in?2 AnswersInfectious Diseases1 decade ago
I just want to be able to view the date that each record is entered in my spreadsheet or database. It's a list of businesses, their addresses and the very last field (in the spreadsheet, anyway) is "Date Entered". If I were just entering one or two records each day I wouldn't mind doing it manually, but I'm doing many. I can't seem to find what I'm looking for in Help.
Any help is appreciated! And it needn't be fancy, as no one but me will see or use this. :)2 AnswersSoftware1 decade ago
I'm hunting for a job, and am mailing many letter/resume combos. The files I'm working with are:
List.slsx is a spreadsheet of all the addresses to which I'll be sending these mailings; I hope the others are self explanatory.
Every time I click "print", I want 1x copy of Resume.docx, 1x copy of Letter.docx (which draws addressee info from List.xlsx) and one copy of Envelope.docx (also uses List.xlsx).
I realize the envelope printing might be hindered by the fact that my printer only has one adjustable-size paper tray, but can I tie Resume to Letter somehow?
Thanks for the help; I realize this was a little long-winded. :)1 AnswerSoftware1 decade ago
I have a "Date Entered" field to the right of some other fields, and I'd like the current date (at time of data entry) generated for each new row of information that I enter (but I don't want that date to reset each time I open the spreadsheet).
Keep in mind that this is Works, not Excel.
Thanks!3 AnswersSoftware1 decade ago
I've been told that if two animals can produce viable offspring, then they themselves must be the same species. Hence, when horse and donkey hook up, the mule or hinny is NOT viable, since the parents aren't or the same species. Also, dogs: Are different breeds different species?4 AnswersZoology1 decade ago
Why are smokestacks on old ocean liners not perpendicular to the deck, but rather slanted slightly astern?
With the size of the boats I'm talking about, I can't imagine it's to reduce drag.6 AnswersBoats & Boating1 decade ago
- 1 AnswerEconomics1 decade ago
Or, specifically, a paragraph about a proprietor's freedom to choose what currency he will and won't take.1 AnswerGovernment1 decade ago
Where do images need to go in order for iTunes to associate them with my songs?2 AnswersSoftware1 decade ago
I know people are free to do their own thing, but is there a norm?4 AnswersEngagements & Weddings1 decade ago
And cost of lodging?9 AnswersEngagements & Weddings1 decade ago