What Do I Need to Start Biking?

I also recently took up biking... just last season. Some equipment that has come in useful for me has been... A bag that mounts under your seat to hold your wallet, cell phone, keys, or whatever you fear might fall out of your pocket. Go for the easy removable kind so it can snap in and out. It will save you time if you ever have to lock up. I also got a cell phone holder that I put on the handlebars so I do not have to get off and dig thru the pack when someone calls. LED lights for the road at night. They are required by law in some areas if you bike after the sun goes down. Splurge a little for the LED kind and the batteries will last forever. A cheap bell to let people know you are coming. Unless you like shouting at people. Look into camelback bags for a good supply of water. You can carry a reservoir on your back and drink thru a tube. Much easier than reaching down for a water bottle. (I have yet to invest in one of those, though) Bike gloves will do wonders for you hands on long rides. I started to get numbness in my palms after a few miles. The gloves really help.

1. Is it legal to install LED lights on exterior floor in California?

totally fine ...

2. Turn off mouse LED lights on linux

I could not get Piper installed, this worked for me, for a G102 Mouse:I presume it will work for the G203, since that's what it's designed for, and presumable it will work for other G-series mice, including the G302

3. I stole some led lights from a store totaled 26 dollars . .should i be charged for commercial burgulary?

Back to Jail?????? You might want to rethink stealing unless you enjoy the slammer. It would have been a lot easier to work a few hours and buy the lights.

4. How can I reduce my electric/AC bill?

Do like WE do! Just dont pay the electric bill, and switch to oil lamps (really cool antique ones) and open windows when the electricity goes off for some reason. Actually, open windows rather than air conditioning work well for cooling if you were wise enough to buy your house in a neighborhood which has preserved its trees. Otherwise, reduce the wattage in the overall room lights, install flourescents where you can, and switch to task lighting for reading and work which requires more light. Ultimately, compact flourescents are OK for now, but a lot of them are defective and dont work, they contain mercury, and they are not as efficient as they could be. We have been very disappointed with compact flourescents. The old style tube "shop lights" in the four foot length work well. We have neat vintage reconditioned ones in the basement, garage, and family room. These are reliable and save energy, as well as recycle historic fixtures (some of them are from world war two) Reconditioned flourescent desk lamps work well for task lighting, and if you use the full-spectrum flourescent bulbs, they are good for your health. Switch to on-demand water heating, or install a solar water heating system. Improve insulation in the roof. IF you have good windows, keep them rather than getting those cheap plastic replacement windows. Not only do they look like crap, they loosen up and start leaking worse than the old windows after only a couple of years. Recondition the windows you have and install indoor storm windows in the winter. Put your insulating money into the roof, rather than the walls. Heat goes up and out, usually. Long term, we need to push for more LED lighting. The technology is already there, they are being used in cars for taillights, and interior lighting. LEDs use about one eighth of the electricity of standard incandescent lighting and about half of what the compact flourescents use. Why is it so hard to find LED lights for household lighting? Probably because they last for years and years. People wont be buying replacement lights as much as they do with those crappy compact flourescent lights or the incandescents.

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