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Any unintended consequences of Vacuum Cleaners?

I would like to know how exactly was the Vacuum cleaner invented, what is it's main purpose? Are there any unintended sequences from this invention? IE: Is it being used for things its not supposed to?Thank you for your opinions

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The electric powered vacuum cleaner as we know it was invented by James murray spangler who was a janitor, he made it using a box a pillowcase a fan motor as well as a few other odds and ends this eventually leads to the start of the Hoover Company and Spanglers machine was the Model O, there are other designs that predate this which were manually powered, gas engine powered, and bellow powered. It's main purpose was to make the cleaning of rugs and carpeting easier. Of course with any machine there will be some misuse of it i have heard of people trying to clean the bottom of their pools with household vacuum cleaners
Sep 25, 2017
I noticed you brought that up on Patient PAws question about this. I am confused though, is it for SELLING 50 dogs, or BREEDING 50 dogs (as in 50 b*tches or a mix). WOuld you be OK with the cap on a number of dogs you can own, or not counting co-ownership (though that could mean that puppy mills would just have 100 owners of the dogs and they could be called boarding facilities) The laws already on the books are too vague and expensive to enforce, and while I will admit I don't know specifics about the laws we have it seems like capping the number of dogs is an easy way to monitor things other than specific laws about conditions that can be more easily avoided. I think that a reaonable cap is a good idea, though like you point out what is reasonable is up for discussion. How many puppies can a responsible breeder be connected to in a year? 100? 150? FInd some number less than the worst of the worst puppy mills but above the good breeders. It isn't a magic cure, just a start. I think the real answer to stopping puppy mills is for people to stop buying, but laws certainly would speed up the process. I was just thinking about all the arguments for laws with animals. People say we need to fucus on our problems but with animals the sad part is they have easy solutions! If people would only get pets they could afford and leave breeding to the people who know what they are doing, there would be no need for shelters and those resources coudld be put to work on arguably more important but much more complicated problems! I would like to see something done, I know that nothing will make this just go away but I think SOME step is necessary. And if nothing else, talking about this law is helping educate people about puppy mills, so be thankful for that part of it at least. Pets are a luxury, why do we even need to waste money on these issues!? It sickenss me that people are so irresponsible we need to be baysat like that.
Sep 25, 2017
No, and the rest of the answer is found by using common sense.
Sep 25, 2017
I use mine to suck up those pesky seed moths in my bird room. I don't think that's a listed use.LOL
Sep 25, 2017
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Sep 25, 2017

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