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    Wednesday
    Mar112015

    Chad's Crappy Corner and his 2nd "what the heck is it?" gadget. 

    Chad’s Theme for March is  “What The Heck Is It?” Sound familiar? Yep, it’s just like the game we play at gizwiz.biz, but sometimes I have no idea what the gadget is, so I get to play too. And Chad’s gadget for this week is: Fred and Friends SWISS DISH - a need-a-free-hand party problem solver. Swiss Dish looks exactly like a slice of Swiss cheese, but it’s notched to hold most any wine glass. That way you can keep one hand free to hold a fork and pile on the hors hors d'oeuvres. The plates are food-safe, reusable and durable; and after a long night of entertaining, they are safe for the dishwasher. Four durable, food-safe, reusable plates per set. $12.22  and Amazon Prime, so free shipping for Prime members. (As of 3/12/2015)

    And Chad’s take? Chad thought Swiss Dish is a good idea. It’s always hard to carry wine and eat at the same when you’re standing or walking around. Chad thought these solved the problem, and at a decent price – about $3 for each Swiss Dish.

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BWPGCJU/?tag=051-20

    See or hear this show: www.twit.tv/giz1509  Goes live late 3/12/15 

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