@djsundog Feels like your caption buried the lede on why the listing is no longer active. 😛
For your wallet:
For your family and friends who are just resigned to this now:
@codl Back in the day, you could just remove the springs from an otherwise normal one, I assume there's something similar these days. May not apply if the joystick is heavy enough to fall sideways if it's not centered, though.
(But yes, good air filters are good and useful. I use a higher-spec-than-it-should-be filter on my central air and swap it every few months, but if that's not an option for you, standalone ones can be handy too.)
@SuricrasiaOnline Like when you sit on it, or you generate a lot of dust when putting the sheets back on the bed? Could just be that your existing sheets need replacing in general.
(I'm a big fan of "jersey" knit sheets, which are basically soft t-shirt weave, but they have a bad rep because they're not shiny or whatever. But my sheets are for sleeping in, and I generally assume I don't need to worry about impressing people with high-thread-count Egyptian cotton or whatever. No dust I've seen.)
@SuricrasiaOnline They're really only useful if you have the problem they solve. If you're having headaches or something when you wake up, it's cheap enough to try a pillowcase. But if you're not currently having those problems, they aren't an all-purpose sleep improver either.
@KitRedgrave Yeah, so I definitely read the first half of this as being about food, and it still seemed moderately on-brand.
@gdkar Oh no! Every time I'm trying to straighten a wrinkle out of a shirt, I reflexively think of your "so much for the tolerant weft!".
(Are you likely to be around elsewhere?)
@SuricrasiaOnline Command *hooks* are awful and un-ergonomic, but Command *strips* are great hacks for all kinds of places, like semi-permanently holding something to my monitor.
@KitRedgrave Yeah, I assume the large ball bearings work better than the large gumballs, but I honestly haven't tried.
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