Review: Hodoku – unlimited fun, no internet required!

Screen grab showing Active Cell feature access from View menu.

Hodoku is a rare gem in the gaming sphere – you can create whole books of puzzles with nearly unlimited Extended Print with multiple puzzles per page, and you can specify the quantity of puzzles for each type as well as whether or not you want candidates to be visible.

The Active Cell feature allows a super easy click-to-use “detailed” view of candidates for a cell.

Go check out this old game that is roughly a decade-old and you can download an MSI installer and a JAVA version is also available. At less than 5MB in size, it offers impressive functionality that I have discovered out-performs any other game available.

Don’t pay for Sudoku puzzles – simply use this amazing (free!) game, and consider supporting the developers if their site has a mechanism for that.

Monday, June 12, 2023.

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The Retail Detail – 7/25/2021

Cat says "Heads Will Roll..." and boss Dog walks up and surprises Bob the Cat saying "Bob.. stop playing around and get back to work, please!"  Bob is putting lettuce heads in a bin.
by Amy Barnes – 7/25/2021


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SHIB – Shiba Inu breaks out into crypto markets via Uniswap

Over the course of Saturday, Sunday, and Monday (May 8-10), SHIB (Shiba Inu) doubled its value twice and emerged into the market bearing a palatable price (well below one-thousandth of a cent).

The official website is:

One reason people have given for consideration: it’s low price.

Secondly, Elon Musk is one of the involved parties to the token’s production / emergence into the crypto markets.

Here’s how you can snag some SHIB: Send ETH to a MetaMask wallet, then swap for SHIB via the Exchange, which pulls from more than one exchange. If you have another way to swap Eth for Uniswap, that is the recommended way to swap.

WARNING – the gas fees / exchange fees can run a little over ten percent of what you choose to invest, meaning that a ~$3k ETH investment will result in roughly $350 in fees between transfer to exchange wallet and the actual exchange itself.

Good luck, and this post is not investment advice. Consult a licensed financial advisor for financial advice.


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Review: RIGID portable handheld vacuum – why everyone should get one of these indispensable tools.

So I bought a portable vacuum sold as a compliment to a standard shop vac. It’s small size makes it an incredible tool to have. Here is why everyone should consider getting one:

  1. Excellent for snagging a wasp or hornet from mid-air – especially with the crevice tool which is large enough to handle an insect.
  2. Perfect for dog fur – so your German Shepherd dog sheds enough to build a dust bunny capable of taking on the cat? Guess what – this vacuum nails it. It’s portability means I am not dragging a long cord through rooms and can dart all around the house sucking fur up, you should try it.
  3. Cleaning vehicles is a breeze with this vacuum. Do you drive for rideshare platforms? Then this vacuum is definitely a must-have – it is a breeze to clean up crumbs and the crevice tool makes cleaning seat crevices easy work.
  4. Small but powerful for use in kitchens and bathrooms.
RIGID vacuum lying on wooden floor

April 6, 2021

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Cobb County Magistrate Court: “So you wanna sue?”

Cobb County Magistrate Court has a limit of $15,000 and is also limited to some extent re: the type of cases that can be handled by the court.

The website URL:

Search for cases:

Fees & Forms:

“Intro to small claims” as of 4/6/2021 is archived – the link is below:

The address is:
Public Safety Building
32 Waddell Street, 3rd Floor
Marietta, GA 30090

Thank you for visiting, and I hope this helps!


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