Sunday, January 27, 2008

Weekend Wandering

Please answer today's question on your own blog, any time until next weekend. Just link to this blog (or to this post) so I can follow the progress of the discussion.

The question is: How efficiently (or inefficiently) would your household function without batteries?

17 comments:

Merisi said...
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imac said...

Ah, David your answer is in my blog
Go man go.lol.

Amrita said...

Good question. I 'll answer it.

Celebration of Life said...

Hi David!
You don't come visit my blog anymore, I must have lost your interest! LOL
It is a cold winter's day here in Wyoming, I keep thinking how warm it must be down where you are! Send me sunshine please!
Jo

Julie said...

Appreciated the building close-ups on the cherub blog.

re batteries - house would burn down without photographic evidence....

Jenera said...

Answered over at my humble blog!

Have a good weekend!

Akelamalu said...

Mmmmmm I'll do it. Shall I include......

Moosekahl said...

Don't think it would bother me all too much :)

Lee said...

Interesting question, David. A response is up at my place.

Peace!

David said...

Ah, great question. Especially when cameras need batteries....... But I better answer this on my own blog, as you ask! :)

Cheers,

David Webb: Photographer

David said...

I've got my answer up now. Thanks for the question - I was really surprised when I researched this topic by how much it would cost to revert to film photography!

ozlady said...

David - my response is up and it was perhaps an alternative response, but something I've been meaning to write about for a long time. Thanks for giving me the impetus to do it!

Pope Terry said...

Life wouldnt be worth living if you had to get up to change the channel...

Jo Beaufoix said...

Mine is up David. And Akela's comment made me giggle. :D

BRUNO said...

It's UP!

Although it IS kind of a "passive" battery-post!

(Oh Lordy---I just made a "spur-of-the-moment" funny! A "battery-post"! Oh, I just KILL me, sometimes...!)

Argument Cottage said...

well the smoke alarm would stop working and the house would burn down without us even realising a picture could be taken and that is a really basic need..........other than that we would have to get out of the chair to turn the telly over which would benefit our sedentary lifestyle and how on earth would we keep in touch without the blessed mobile phone!!!

maria

Katney said...

I don't care about the alarm clock--I wake up without it most of the time anyway.

I don't care about the flashlight (torch)--as there are always candles.

I don't care about my husband's hearing aid--he doesn't listen anyway.

But my cameras...!