"My brother is too kind. He was eminent when my eminence was only imminent." -Niles Crane
Question #92444 posted on 07/10/2019 10:24 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

What did Don Sneedle mean by this?

-Farmer #1

A:

Dear Farmer, 

There’s no cause for alarm. I chopped just one tree, I’m doing no harm. This thing is most useful! This thing is a “[S]need.” A [s]need, a fine something-that-all-people-need! It’s a shirt. It’s a sock. It’s a glove! It’s a hat! But it has other uses, yes, far beyond that. 

But really, I tried the link on multiple occasions and was met with a "404 Not Found."

Cheers, 

Guesthouse

Question #92442 posted on 07/10/2019 10:18 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Will indoor houseplants be just as healthy with the light of a sun lamp (like the kind used to treat S.A.D.) as they would be regular sunlight?

Thanks,

plaaaaants

A:

Dear Plant Parent, 

After reading several articles, it appears that using full spectrum lights will not have any substantial difference on the health of the plant. Happy lights make happy plants. 

There are some plants that do better than others, which you can find in a list here.

Further reading here and here.

Cheers, 

Guesthouse 

Question #92414 posted on 07/10/2019 7:42 p.m.
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Dear 100 Hour Board,

One convert during my mission had visions of individuals. She didn't control them and they never had any significant meaning to her. But once she revealed what she saw, it meant something to the individual. (She had one about me and I thought it was super cool and I wrote about it in my journal.) Another person I know has God speak to them through their dreams.

If you could choose one spiritual gift, what would it be, and why?

-Goldie Rose

A:

Dear you,

Charity. I mean, apparently it's the greatest gift of all...and I feel like it would help me become more like Jesus than any other spiritual gift.

-Sunday Night Banter

A:

Dear Goldie,

Discernment. It's always the one I've loved the most. I feel like I have pretty good intuition as to what people around me are feeling (mostly because I'm an emotional sponge). But I wish I was better at knowing just what they needed to feel better, and how I could best serve them. 

Cheers, 

Guesthouse

A:

Dear Rose,

They're all pretty good, but right now I would choose the gift of tongues because french pronunciation and spelling are ridiculous.

Peace,

Tipperary

A:

Dear you,

I’m not sure... sometimes I have premonitions and it would be nice if they were a bit clearer.

~Anathema

A:

Dear person,

Power to change plastic into dirt. 

-Sheebs

Question #92441 posted on 07/10/2019 4:48 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Is that like a personal attack or something?

-Brie Larson

A:

Dear Marvelous,

Yes. The Board is personally attacking you.

~Anathema

Question #92440 posted on 07/10/2019 3:42 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

So I have a question about home protection. There are things such as the Master Lock 265D Security Door Bar form Home Depot that prevents people from opening the door. I like the thought, but I can't help but wonder about what if the house catches fire. Won't that sort of thing prevent the firefighters from being able to save everyone inside?

Thanks,

Pirate

A:

Dear Pirate, 

In my opinion, yes. The bar is pretty easy to deal with from the inside, but it does keep anyone else out. It prevents the door from being kicked in, etc. which can easily be a hazard for firefighters trying to get in. However, it is still on the market, and I'm sure they've done plenty of safety tests and it's obviously not enough of a hazard to prevent door bars from being made. Personally, I wouldn't rest my life or security of my home on a door bar, especially since it seems like a hazard to me. To each their own, I suppose. 

Cheers, 

Guesthouse

posted on 07/10/2019 10 a.m.
I work with firefighters. They said they love a chance to use their fire axe, and they'll be coming in one way or another, regardless of what deadbolts, door bars, etc. are in the way.