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    As Clyde said to Bonnie :D

    As Clyde said to Bonnie :D
  2. My $.02. Run single phase input to 2 legs of a...

    My $.02.

    Run single phase input to 2 legs of a 3 phase panel. Install 3 phase breakers to feed the RPC's and a 3 phase breaker for your VMC.

    Nice to have some protection for the wild leg.
  3. Neversneeze is very useful when torquing critical...

    Neversneeze is very useful when torquing critical fasteners. It does lower required torque, which is useful when torquing large fasteners by hand, but its most valuable characteristic is a...
  4. Thread: Now cast iron

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    Uh, we didn't.

    Uh, we didn't.
  5. That is, IF having Covid 19 once results in...

    That is, IF having Covid 19 once results in immunity from subsequent infections of the same virus AND subsequent mutations. Unknown now. If NOT, they're as screwed as everyone else, just with less...
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    A clarification, if I may. I don't think your...

    A clarification, if I may.

    I don't think your little pocket/reservoir of water halfway down the tiles is the source of your total coliform. It's surface water getting in.
  7. All sounds reasonable to me. Now I'm curious...

    All sounds reasonable to me. Now I'm curious about your rant.
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    Can't help you with the reservoir, but I once...

    Can't help you with the reservoir, but I once worked in a place that had one of these. The pump motor worked quite a lot better once the aluminum "lid" was taken off.
  9. Hate to break it to you, Bob, but things ain't...

    Hate to break it to you, Bob, but things ain't goin' back to the way they wuz. 9/11, the crash of '08, Trump's election, covid. Life altering events with permanent consequences for all us Americans,...
  10. Ties are deadly, to. :D Almost as deadly...

    Ties are deadly, to. :D



    Almost as deadly as spellcheckers. Ya gotta turn it off, even though it provides chuckles for the rest of us...
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    Thanks! I was curious because I run a 151 and...

    Thanks! I was curious because I run a 151 and have never seen that code before.
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    Great story. He shocked the well, but not the...

    Great story. He shocked the well, but not the system. Ooops.

    We have a community center here in Town with a dug well. "Commercial" buildings with water are required to have 0 total coliform, so a...
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    Amen. Put me firmly in the same camp. I've of...

    Amen. Put me firmly in the same camp. I've of couple of these "wells" - "developed springs" they're called around here, but the same diameter and material, just shorter tile.

    Water runs out of...
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    Yeah, true. Pretty easy target. And the...

    Yeah, true. Pretty easy target.

    And the plaintiff could be an 18 year old female who is just dying to register.
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    I'm curious as to what the BLK FORM in the first...

    I'm curious as to what the BLK FORM in the first two lines do....
  16. Mad Magazine :D

    Mad Magazine :D
  17. Face it- the only way to achieve significant...

    Face it- the only way to achieve significant social change in this country is to make a fuss, a big one.

    People die doing it sometimes.
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    Good job - you worked with what you had,...

    Good job - you worked with what you had, convinced the client it was needed, got it done and it works!

    FWIW, 70% RH is about where rust starts to happen. It's unreasonable to assume uniform RH...
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    It's middle school. This surprises you? Did you...

    It's middle school. This surprises you? Did you skip that part of your education? :D

    I saw plenty of that kind of behavior happen to others and was on the receiving end of it, too. Punched in the...
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    The draft system is still in place, BTW. 18 year...

    The draft system is still in place, BTW. 18 year old males still gotta register.

    There is a place in the system for conscientious objectors. 1-O status. Alternative service is assigned for 2...
  21. Thread: Ox's Shop '08

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    FWIW, I wear Altra Olympus sneakers. Wide enough...

    FWIW, I wear Altra Olympus sneakers. Wide enough in the front and like walking on pillows. Saved my feet. Used to wear Red Wings - weekly applications of neatsfoot oil made the leather really so...
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    Suction feed rigs use less air.... I have one,...

    Suction feed rigs use less air....

    I have one, not as sophisticated as yours, substituted my pressure blaster and gun and shortly went back to the suction rig. PITA stopping to refill a pressure...
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    Notice what?:D

    Notice what?:D
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    Nice turret drill. Very handy for small work. ...

    Nice turret drill. Very handy for small work.

    Two possibilities: something wrong with the motor or something wrong with the load.

    Will the motor spin freely with the belt off, no power? Will...
  25. yup, so true. Working in the woods alone even...

    yup, so true. Working in the woods alone even more so...

    But working alone in the shop, I know that if I disconnected something out of sight, it's gonna stay that way till I do something about it....
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