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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    Because the pragmatic buckeyes were wise enough to exile known curmudgeons to New York and close their borders?
    You DID ask...
    The darn thing is IN new york state - but most of the way to ohio. Was all set for a road trip with my helper/wife.

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    No sympathy. Look at size of Canada. Anything I want is likely two or more provinces away.

    Reminds me of conversations with Brits about day trips. Oh no, we couldn’t possibly go 50 miles away. That would need an overnight. :-)

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    Looked like Joe21 was in negotiations, would not want to get in the middle of that. (looks like he's a good deal closer than
    I would be).

    Is it still available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
    No sympathy. Look at size of Canada. Anything I want is likely two or more provinces away.

    L7
    В коммунистической России земля больше чем ты!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    Is it still available?
    Is it really for sale?
    Pretty strange ad
    What do I have?
    How much is it worth?
    Anyone want to buy it?

    First time I saw PM embrace this type of post, especially for a first time poster.... we must be evolving, a new kinder , gentler place



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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    The darn thing is IN new york state - but most of the way to ohio. Was all set for a road trip with my helper/wife.
    Not all the way...West of the OP there is still Chautauqua, Ripley, Panama, Mina, French creek, Clymer (and North Clymer....), Sherman, as well as Findley Lake....Before you even get out of NY.

    And then you've got to get thru P-E-N-N-S-Y-L-V-A-N-I-A.....to get to Ohio....
    Last edited by digger doug; 05-05-2020 at 06:09 AM.

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    Milland, having worked in Russia, can confirm your comment!

    Dobre uttra Tavairish...

    (Can’t recall if that’s Russian or Ukranian, but same sentiment)

    Lucky7

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    The darn thing is IN new york state - but most of the way to ohio. Was all set for a road trip with my helper/wife.
    BFD. Just take one of yer OTHER wives and you won't be traveling with two oxymorons in the same vehicle.

    Biggest risk is it puts yah too damned close to PA and Ohio - both of which went for Trump, 2016.

    Put half a mile of self-vulcanizing 'lectricans tape around the steering wheel rim, and yah could "teeth" a whole fresh set of teeth on the trip, come back with a cabinet spacious enough to store enough orange wigs to cover yer toilet-paper shortage for a whole year.

    "Win-Win"

    What's not to like about dat'?

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    I would identify them as Stanley Vidmar cabinets. I have a few which look identical with the exception of the lock cylinder, but the locking mechanism is identical as well as the drawers, drawer slides and slide mounting system. Even the same color green. Note stanley vidmar is in allentown pennsylvania and may possibly have been rebranded or acted as a supplier for other manufacturers. The red one posted above was also made in pennsylvania.


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    Thanks for all the responses so far, I appreciate all the input. The cabinet is currently still available and I am asking $800 but accepting offers.

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    I think you should keep it and use as a pantry if nothing else...
    drawer for beef jerkey, drawer for spices, drawer for tuna cans. If you have a cat drawer or 2 for catfood cans. Tomato paste cans might fit if you make pizza. All you extra kitchen knives could be in another.
    Lower down a drawer for tools used around the house, pliers, hammer, screwdrivers, etc...
    Next drawer down is screws and nails and cup hooks, picture hangers and the wire...
    Placemats, washcloths, hand towels, napkins... all laid flat
    All the cords and wires that are needed for the various electric devices, spare batteries and even old cell phones etc in another.
    Pretty soon you will need another it is so handy

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    Why couldn’t I move into a house with Listas/Vidmars/no name cabinets already there? My Vidmars had to be introduced to my domestic environment.

    L7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    I think you should keep it and use as a pantry if nothing else...
    drawer for beef jerkey, drawer for spices, drawer for tuna cans. If you have a cat drawer or 2 for catfood cans. Tomato paste cans might fit if you make pizza. All you extra kitchen knives could be in another.
    Lower down a drawer for tools used around the house, pliers, hammer, screwdrivers, etc...
    Next drawer down is screws and nails and cup hooks, picture hangers and the wire...
    Placemats, washcloths, hand towels, napkins... all laid flat
    All the cords and wires that are needed for the various electric devices, spare batteries and even old cell phones etc in another.
    Pretty soon you will need another it is so handy
    Yahbut.... HE is not in a chronic EARTHQUAKE zone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
    Why couldn’t I move into a house with Listas/Vidmars/no name cabinets already there? My Vidmars had to be introduced to my domestic environment.

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    Patience, Grasshopper.

    You must first "grow a pair".

    THEN you may have an all Stor-Loc kitchen!

    You know.

    From the folks entitled to call Lista/Vidmar "junk food".



    Stor-Loc Cabinet

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    BFD. Just take one of yer OTHER wives and you won't be traveling with two oxymorons in the same vehicle.
    I wouldn't trade Nora for an eskimo. Nora can carry more than an eskimo can. Plus she's *always* up for a road trip.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    I wouldn't trade Nora for an eskimo. Nora can carry more than an eskimo can. Plus she's *always* up for a road trip.

    TRADE her for an Eskimo?

    Funny as Hell she reads PM and trades you for a PAIR at half yer age so she doesn't have to make change in coin for the numerical difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    TRADE her for an Eskimo?

    Funny as Hell she reads PM, and trades you for a PAIR ....
    Ha. Where do you think I got that saying? Yep, her. She's proud of the fact that
    most of the machines in my shop and more than half the vintage radios, were bought
    on trips with her help. Her hair BTW has a good deal more gray in it these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    ...the vintage radios...
    Is your vintage radios collection can be seen somewhere online? I have a soft spot for them.

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    Superb! Thank you.


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