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  1. Don't fill the gap, it is actually an advantage...

    Don't fill the gap, it is actually an advantage to have a small gap so you can reach around (not over) the blade and pick up the workpiece after a rip cut more easily rather than having to walk...
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    Another issue with spar varnish, perhaps related...

    Another issue with spar varnish, perhaps related to the long drying time, is it will off gas for weeks or months. Not an issue when used outdoors but can be a problem for indoor projects. I used spar...
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    Still on topic, just not what I thought was the...

    Still on topic, just not what I thought was the more important issue, I've been wrong before, some say more often than not.
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    Interesting where this thread has gone. The...

    Interesting where this thread has gone. The majority of discussion is whether $150 is a reasonable to repair a sprinkler head rather than what I think is the issue which is the lack of communication...
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    Again, not familiar with them, I assumed you...

    Again, not familiar with them, I assumed you could take in to a shop, have it repaired and reinstall it yourself, obviously the only part I got right was "not familiar with them". Still say if there...
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    I don't disagree that he should fix it just that...

    I don't disagree that he should fix it just that there was a misunderstanding when you said you would get it fixed and assumed he would hear "and he would pay for it" without you saying it. In my...
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    Perhaps when you told him you would get it fixed...

    Perhaps when you told him you would get it fixed you should have added "and send you the bill." It's not that unreasoable for him to assume you were willing to cover the repair cost if all you said...
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    My understanding is the majority of the cost of...

    My understanding is the majority of the cost of gasoline is the cost of crude oil so the drop in demand is more likely worldwide drop in demand for crude not local (US) drop in demand for gas.
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    You must be special :) , most scams I get are so...

    You must be special :) , most scams I get are so obvious I don't need to look hard to decide if they are scams.
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    OOPs, somehow I got the impression it was a...

    OOPs, somehow I got the impression it was a bathroom door, looking back at the original post and the OP's latest post I see I was mistaken. Classic example of why you shouldn't ass u me.
    And to...
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    How about adding an "occupied/unoccupied" sign to...

    How about adding an "occupied/unoccupied" sign to the door? Having a bathroom door that can be locked from inside and is as secure as Fort Knox, OK exaggeration, is not a good idea. But the point is...
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    [QUOTE=Ronald Blue;3202789] Yes we get a lot...

    Yes we get a lot of our power from hydro especially here in BC, and also in Manitoba, Ontario and Newfoundland, Yukon and Quebec. We are the fourth largest producer of hydro after the US, Brazil and...
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    According to a company press release "Siemens...

    According to a company press release "Siemens Gamesa said it faced a patent challenge against features of its onshore wind turbines in 2021 brought by a competitor. “While the International Trade...
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    We've had an Epson tank type printer for over 2...

    We've had an Epson tank type printer for over 2 years, it gets moderate use and has been idle for 2 to 3 weeks several times with no problems.
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    Ron can you edit your post to move your content...

    Ron can you edit your post to move your content outside the quote of my content? My experience here in BC does not match yours in Illinois. "VANCOUVER: Starting April 1, electricity bills for BC...
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    I think we are making progress and we're not as...

    I think we are making progress and we're not as far apart as some may perceive from some of our posts. I assumed (my bad) that you were being sarcastic when you said unbiased I agree that the article...
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    First I apologise for misspelling your name, I...

    First I apologise for misspelling your name, I guess that addition of an e to my last name several posts back was a subtle poke that I missed. My bad.
    Second if you find the Bloomberg study biased...
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    Not the ASME study Malcome referred to but came...

    Not the ASME study Malcome referred to but came across this one while looking. Worth a read in my opinion. Here's a quote from it "Climate solutions are coming fast because customers demand it,...
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    Malcome, I'm confused. You said in an earlier...

    Malcome, I'm confused. You said in an earlier post "If we avoid the serious environmental issues and kill 3,000,000,000 humans is that a good trade? 1,000,000 humans? 10 humans? Where is your tipping...
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    Here's a quote from the North Face website "We’ve...

    Here's a quote from the North Face website "We’ve set an ambitious goal to ensure all products we make are made with recycled, regenerative, or responsibly-sourced renewable fabrics—which are fabrics...
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    Not sure how the efforts to fight climate change...

    Not sure how the efforts to fight climate change is killing anyone. Here's a study that links climate change to deaths. "The extraordinarily hot and cold temperatures that are becoming more common as...
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    What name do you give to the current economic...

    What name do you give to the current economic model for oil prices? It's not free market capitalism when the price is controlled by a cartel. The real solution is to reduce dependence on world oil...
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    So if your company doubled its production, what...

    So if your company doubled its production, what impact would that have on the world supply of oil and thus the price of a barrel of crude? If it had any impact OPEC could, and likely would, cut...
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    Somehow you need to seperate the price of energy...

    Somehow you need to seperate the price of energy from factors beyond your control. Consider it economics.
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    This is my understanding of the situation. I just...

    This is my understanding of the situation. I just looked it up, and in Feb 2022, 61% of the price of a gallon of gas in the US was the cost of crude oil which is based on world prices. World prices...
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