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Old 03-26-2009, 06:04 PM   #31
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But we have "REAL" beer. None of that watered down juice some people drink. LOL

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Old 03-26-2009, 06:25 PM   #32
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But we have "REAL" beer. None of that watered down juice some people drink. LOL
Yeah but you guys killed off Brador!

i used ta love that brew!
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Old 03-26-2009, 06:51 PM   #33
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You asked me about it earlier, Labatts Blue is good. I like the European, Heineken and Tuborg.
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Old 03-26-2009, 06:58 PM   #34
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You asked me about it earlier, Labatts Blue is good. I like the European, Heineken and Tuborg.
That's my beer now. Taste good when I sit at a slot machine and i am winning.

tasted so good it got me kicked out of the MGM Grand casino in Detroit.

Guess I should not have decked the security guard who came up behind me and grabbed my arm.

How the hell am i supposed to know whose grabbing me?
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Old 03-27-2009, 12:45 AM   #35
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UUHHH you better get another one. I bought that book 30 years ago and the service practices were real hacks.

Use Modern Refrigeration and hvac .
That wasn't Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning was it?

Author Andrew D. Althouse?

Actually, I was looking for a bit of a hack.

Something to balance against ASHRAE HVAC fundamentals
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Beer keeps my grass green
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Old 03-27-2009, 08:15 AM   #37
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That wasn't Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning was it?

Author Andrew D. Althouse?

Actually, I was looking for a bit of a hack.

Something to balance against ASHRAE HVAC fundamentals
yep. That is one of the author's.

You want a hack? Try the Bob Villa site
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How come Bob Villa only shows houses that ae doing 100,000 dollar renovations.

You never see him say we're doing a 500 dollar patio on our show today. LOL
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How come Bob Villa only shows houses that ae doing 100,000 dollar renovations.

You never see him say we're doing a 500 dollar patio on our show today. LOL



That would be a short show lol
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Now "Holmes on homes" is a real life workin man reality show. Always fixin up some hacks mess. Not sure if you can get it on HGTV in the US.
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Now "Holmes on homes" is a real life workin man reality show. Always fixin up some hacks mess. Not sure if you can get it on HGTV in the US.

Yeah I've seen it. He comes across as smug and arrogant if you ask me.

His renovations are way above anything you'd normally find in the field.

One show he remediated a home in California. I knew he was in over his head when I heard tht. He had to get local contractors involved and had his guys work with them.

All Holmes guy did was whine that "That isn't how we do it in Canada."

One day during the renovation Holmes supervisor made that statement to a guy on site. Turned out to be the bldg. inspector.

They didn't show any thing on camera, but the word thru the grapevine was Holmes' guy cost the American contractor a whole bunch of money in "Re-dos"
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That would be a short show lol
Yea, i would be.

Ok, they sould show a 5000 dollar patio.
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I should have a show.... I just replaced my 12'x24' deck about 10 ft. high . AS long as it took me ..It would have been a month long show
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I should have a show.... I just replaced my 12'x24' deck about 10 ft. high . AS long as it took me ..It would have been a month long show
LOL

How did you anchor the posts in the ground?
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They aren't in the ground . 6x6 treated post sit on Aluminum plates on top of the concrete patio That surrounds the pool ( under the deck) & are bolted to the top of the deck frame

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