Take a small paper bag, pour in a couple cups of sand, and stick a tea light in the center: as Christmas lights go,...
Dec 20 2013, 5:31pm CST
Prisoner 1741 spent more than seven months inside a jail in southern China, assembling Christmas lights for export to America. Work days stretched up to 10 hours and conditions were tough, he says. One boss used strands of Christmas lights to whip workers and drive production.Stories about forced labor have trickled out of China over the years, but what makes Prisoner 1741's so remarkable is t ...
Full article at: WYPR
May 29 2014, 1:03pm CDT
Today I am looking at the Light Keeper Pro tool for fixing mini Christmas lights. This tool is a huge time saver when...
Nov 30 2009, 8:44am CST
Why just do normal Christmas lights when you can really geek them out like this guy did. He placed your standard fare...
Dec 15 2006, 12:00pm CST