• What are some of the coolest places to go in Washington DC?

    What are the best restaraunts
    What are the best restaraunts
    4 answers · Washington, D.C. · 1 decade ago
  • How can I get windows media center to accept digital subchannels with an antenna?

    My windows media center computer is hooked up to a digital antenna. It will pick up regualar channels like 2.1, 4.1, 7.1, etc. but it won't pick up subchannels like 4.2 and 7.2 & 7.3
    My windows media center computer is hooked up to a digital antenna. It will pick up regualar channels like 2.1, 4.1, 7.1, etc. but it won't pick up subchannels like 4.2 and 7.2 & 7.3
    1 answer · Home Theater · 1 decade ago
  • Can my xbox 360 w/ HDMI output be used on a tv with a dvi input?

    I know that HDMI and dvi can be used together, but can I have an hdmi cable plug into my xbox 360 while at the same time have the standard av cable plugged in so I can hear audio since dvi does not carry audio.?
    I know that HDMI and dvi can be used together, but can I have an hdmi cable plug into my xbox 360 while at the same time have the standard av cable plugged in so I can hear audio since dvi does not carry audio.?
    1 answer · Xbox · 1 decade ago
  • How can you drill a hole in the bottom of an empty wine bottle where you put christmas lights in the bottle?

    the hole must be big enough to fit small christmas lights. What kind of drill bit would you use?
    the hole must be big enough to fit small christmas lights. What kind of drill bit would you use?
    7 answers · Hobbies & Crafts · 1 decade ago
  • My neighbor says I got stain on her vinyl fence post, and sent a bill for $200, what should I do?

    She successfully sued another neighbor for $500 4 or 5 years ago for a similar incident and did not replace the disputed section of fence. There is some discoloration on the post, but it is not significant, and cannot be seen from more that 10 ft. the post is a 2.5" in vinyl post that is very close to a cedar fence that I am responsible for... show more
    She successfully sued another neighbor for $500 4 or 5 years ago for a similar incident and did not replace the disputed section of fence. There is some discoloration on the post, but it is not significant, and cannot be seen from more that 10 ft. the post is a 2.5" in vinyl post that is very close to a cedar fence that I am responsible for maintaining. She recently also stained her section of the wooden fence and got stain on the back side of the vinyl post. She wouldn't tell us what color stain they used so we had to guess and we ended up with a lighter color. The vinyl fence is at least four years old and has discoloration in other areas. She placed a note in our mail box with a quote for $200, and asked us to "remit" the amount. She spelled our name wrong and did not use a stamp or the mail service. We expect she will take the case to small claims court as she did in the past.
    15 answers · Law & Ethics · 1 decade ago