7 Jul

Do you have a “not too smart” phone and have trouble sending those prized videos to your computer for safe keeping?

Here is a simple solution that most anyone can put to good use.

I will not belabor the issue because I believe the diagram speaks for itself (other bloggers often say that so that they will not have to explain something complicated; therefore, I believe that my use of that phrase speaks for itself).

But for starters, allow me to get you headed in the correct direction.
Simply turn on your phone and bring up the video you wish to use. Plug in the ‘Video Sink” and start the video. This sink will hold videos up to 1 minute (or 4 ounces depending on your preferred measuring method). For those in countries other than the USA it will hold up to .003 fortnights or 0.1 liter (again depending on whether you took the video in the rain).

Oh yes, I almost forgot. Plug the other ‘distribution port” into your computer (this will work for laptops or desktops; just in case any of you still have a desktop).

Now, when the video has finished be careful not to spill any pixels that are in the video sink.

Carefully pour the video into to fun funnel and they will be available on your computer.

Say “Goodnight” Wally

“Goodnight Wally”



  1. Waldo "Wally" Tomosky July 7, 2017 at 7:47 pm #

    Reblogged this on waldotomosky.

  2. Karen July 9, 2017 at 12:19 pm #

    Thanks! So simple! I never would have thought of that.

    • Waldo "Wally" Tomosky July 9, 2017 at 4:10 pm #

      Yes. And the Gravy Boat has many other uses also – – – storing grasshoppers for the next fishing trip. They (the grasshoppers) really enjoy the videos also.

  3. Karen July 9, 2017 at 5:14 pm #

    One would have to be certain to check that the gravy boat is empty of grasshoppers, maple syrup, jewelry, change, or for that matter, gravy! Being responsible is not so fun.

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