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Electric Idea- September

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Salutations Bloggers! Knowing our fan base isn't head over heels in love with electrical (like we are), we thought to ourselves... What would they want to read on a blog?? The answer became clear and thus we are introducing a series called "Electric Ideas". Each month we will post the latest and greatest Electric Idea floating around on the internet... Trust me, there are many.

Well to get this started off right, I think its fair to mention a few other great ideas this month as well.

Sticky notes for one, are a staple in our office... And while yes, we all have different techniques for using them, they are an invaluable resource. Some people (not naming names) in the office favor the disposing method... After the task has been addressed the sticky is thrown away... Others (still not naming names) have a tighter bond with the sticky, keeping it around long after the initial task has been completed, not necessarily for sentimental reasons, but for the off chance they may need it as a reference... Alas, I'm sure you have seen both these methods in action too at some point or another.

Not sure if the Tetris sticky notes are enough to get the job done though...

These wouldn't be applicable in our office, as all our customers requests are of the highest quality :-) But, they are funny.

Moving on, Chocolate Cake tops the list of greatest inventions does it not??

Moist, luscious, rich....*drool*

Not a chocolate cake fan?? How about Berry Pie?? Buttery, juicy, warm... You better be salivating now...
Or there is no hope for you as a dessert lover.

Though you can enjoy dessert just about anywhere, on a Porch Swing however would probably top the charts.
Another completely necessary invention in our opinion.

Now for the grand finale. The September Electric Idea will save you those agonizing moments of watery itchy eyes... Guess it yet?? That's right- Onion Goggles. Your life will be forever changed when you strap these puppies on.

Happy Sticky Noting, Dessert Eating, Swinging, & Onion Chopping....
Thanks for staying tuned and let us know if you have any other world changing inventions you'd like to see on the blog!

ICE Co. Signing Off
Power. Current. Grounded.

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