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How can I learn to roll my Rs?

Never been able to do it before; it never really mattered. Now I need to do it for a part... help! [more inside]
posted by Hartham's Hugging Robots on Jun 6, 2013 - 21 answers

Song identification: Rolling Stones circa 1972

See inside for a link that goes to a NSFW Youtube video. [more inside]
posted by 99percentfake on May 13, 2013 - 5 answers

Nut balls!

For the cooks and bakers and candy makers out there, what do you do when you need to roll a lot of little balls of foodstuff? Are there any amazing tricks to get multiple smooth rounded orbs of delicious at a time? [more inside]
posted by Cold Lurkey on Jan 22, 2013 - 9 answers

how can we stop our baby rolling in his sleep?

How can we stop our 5 month old rolling on his stomach in his crib? [more inside]
posted by Admira on Sep 30, 2012 - 29 answers

Seeking a small, tapered, French rolling pin

Can someone guide me to a small, handleless, tapered rolling pin that is truly meant to be used and is from a trust worthy place? [more inside]
posted by Foam Pants on Jul 28, 2012 - 16 answers

What's your favorite car rolling over stunt?

Car rolling over filter: I'm looking for movies wherein a car rolls in a spectacular (potentially test-able) way. Or for an interesting or counter-intuitive reason. Think along the lines of the car flip on the way down Fillmore in Jade. Or the Bond/Casino Royale flip of the McClaren. Hopefully even more spectacular.
posted by asavage on May 10, 2012 - 60 answers

Pastry dough is sticking to my countertop when I roll it out -- help!

Pastry chefs: I'm making pastries with a very sticky cream cheese dough that needs to be rolled out thin. Advice on rolling without flouring too heavily with a granite countertop? [more inside]
posted by SpecialK on Nov 30, 2011 - 19 answers

Yes, I know they're actually worth slightly more at the moment, but bear with me.

What technologies, procedures, or incentives exist to ensure proper rolling of coins? [more inside]
posted by Nothlit on Sep 20, 2011 - 3 answers

If someone attacks me, I'll knock them over with my 50 lbs grad student rolling bag of doom!!!

Help me find a rolling bag~! [more inside]
posted by joyeuxamelie on Sep 25, 2010 - 13 answers

Mama is a rolling stone

Help me find a AA or AAA battery powered MP3 player for my Mom [more inside]
posted by bluefrog on Mar 30, 2010 - 18 answers

I can hearz you knocking, stopz knocking while the knockinz good.

Is there a version of "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" by The Rolling Stones that doesn't have the annoyingly stupid ending with the saxophones? [more inside]
posted by sully75 on Dec 8, 2009 - 4 answers

Rollo's

Why are corners cut on some rolling papers? [more inside]
posted by Black_Umbrella on Jun 10, 2008 - 7 answers

all the main streets, on one long sign.

where can i find a rolling sign from the top of a toronto transit streetcar? i'm talking about the changeable, white-text-on-black-background signs that indicate the route. better description and photo inside. [more inside]
posted by twistofrhyme on Feb 1, 2008 - 9 answers

The mystery of the open garage door

Why did I find my garage door open this morning? I haven't opened it with the garage door opener entry pad for several days, and I know it was closed completely the last time I used it. [more inside]
posted by wexford_arts on Jan 25, 2008 - 20 answers

How do I clearly explain the benefits of a rolling or moving average compared to straight data?

I report on weekly sales and pricing information, and weekly data points are often skewed by one-time promotions, seasonality, and other random effects. When I create a 52-week rolling average of the data, it shows trends much more smoothly -- and accurately, I believe. My coworkers are not accustomed to seeing data as a rolling average, and I'm concerned that they won't understand it. What is a clear way to explain to them 1) how a rolling average works, 2) why it is useful for visualizing trends, and 3) any other benefits?
posted by scottso17 on Aug 2, 2007 - 10 answers

Walls on wheels, please

Where can I find big partitions/doors/walls that I've seen used in lofts? I'm looking for those with heavy-duty wheels (?) that run along tracks. I want to be able to partition my messy office from the living area, but have the flexibility to roll the wall/door out of the way.
posted by Smalltown Girl on Jul 4, 2007 - 10 answers

Yamuna Body Rolling?

Experiences with Yamuna Body Rolling, anyone? Specifically the foot-savers part of it? Other foot-strength-training exercise programs for people with foot pain/flat feet/plantar faciitis? [more inside]
posted by sdis on May 5, 2007 - 8 answers

john lennon in the rolling stones video?

In the sympathy for the devil video posted by stavros... does anybody else see John Lennon in there? Is it my imagination? http://youtube.com/watch?v=waFOyhezIPA
posted by bukvich on Dec 29, 2006 - 2 answers

Why does a detached tire roll faster than the car?

[PhysicsFilter] In movies, when a tire comes off of a speeding car, it begins to move faster than the car. Why does the velocity increase? [more inside]
posted by spiderskull on Oct 28, 2006 - 62 answers

Rolling Stones Airline Commercial

TV Commercial Filter: I swear that "You can't always get what you want" by the Rolling Stones was in an Airline Commercial a couple years ago, but I can't seem to validate this claim using my Google skillz.
posted by matimer on Jan 30, 2006 - 6 answers

An article from Rolling Stone Magazine About A "Game"

The article was about a game that was played amongst a few teams, almost like a scavenger hunt, insane clues were given and the mastermind teams unlocked them and went on quite a journey. I remember one clue led them to a party with about 40 people and they all turned out to be actors or something. Quite a fantastic tale. It said that these games take place all the time. I'm looking for the article from RS, or a link to anything remotely close to this. Thanks you
posted by AMWKE on Apr 24, 2005 - 8 answers

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