On the Road Again: If Your Commute Has Turned Your Car into a Second Home, Then Why Not Throw Yourself a Housewarming Party?

The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine), November 8, 2005 | Go to article overview

On the Road Again: If Your Commute Has Turned Your Car into a Second Home, Then Why Not Throw Yourself a Housewarming Party?


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This ain't your mother's PowerBall. Oh, wait, it is. Mothers PowerBall ($25) is a specially designed polisher that hooks onto your cordless drill and shines up chrome, stainless steel, and even plastic.

Hey, instead of, say, dying in a horrible collision, how about actually watching the road while looking for that Goldfrapp song? Try the Harman Kardon Drive + Play ($199), which projects your iPod's display on the dashboard and comes with a cool control knob so you can spin music without spinning off the road. …

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