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  1. Re: Epoxy fillets with and without epoxied glass cloth

    #4 pretty much covers it. Gloucester Gull, IIRC, has butt joints in the plywood with a layer of glass for strength, and works fine.
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    Re: My electric bill is going up 60%!

    Or the air conditioners in desert cities?
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    Re: holy ****ing **** ted hoppe!!!

    What are they serving?
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    Re: My electric bill is going up 60%!

    According to the graph, US per capita use in 2010 was about 83,100 kWh, our electric use for the highest month, times twelve, would be about 6,600 kWh.
  5. Thread: LlBean

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    Re: LlBean

    Is the store still open 24 hrs a day?
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    Re: its not about the camera

    Might be easier to get a new camera than to go to Namibia
  7. Re: Whats for Dinner - Car wiring harness

    What do the rats eat when you are home? Do you see sign of them?
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    Re: We donít do windows.

    Part of my dislike of latex paint is the way it sticks window sashes.
    To move stuck windows, I use one of those lever action clamps, with the moveable jaw on the other end of the shaft, so it is a...
  9. Thread: Omfg

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    Re: Omfg

    Isn't there a law about becoming responsible for the safety of anyone taken into custody?
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    Re: Kicking in doors on tv or in movies

    I could see the possibility of the kicker getting his foot stuck in a hollow core door.
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    Re: Declassified

    Well, I can't remember anyone ever considering Mr. Trump "classy."
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    Re: My electric bill is going up 60%!

    Ours appears to be $0.1765 per kWh. We also pay an Energy Efficiency Charge, a Past Storm & Power Fixed Charge, an Emerald Ash Borer Charge, a Current Energy/Major Storm Adjustor, and an Electric...
  13. Re: Cooking Wisdom Sought (induction range)

    My omelet pan will adhere to some spots if it is not scrupulously clean and smooth. I scour it with Barkeeps Friend.
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    Re: The chess scandal continues....

    Chess cage matches! Will there be a belt for the winner?
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    Re: Itís over.

    If the President has declared that the pandemic is over, does that mean that his emergency powers related to the pandemic have expired?
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    Re: 2.5 million ants per person

    Where's Leningen when we need him?
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    Re: I wish I had kids

    You have delusions about the cooperativeness of offspring.
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    Re: Really bad Joke of the Day

    Good thing he wasn't jocose intolerant.
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    Re: Nitromors alternative?

    Is there an elevated incidence of cancers in utility pole workers?
  20. Re: 'I'm not that smart': Herschel Walker says 'he'll do his best'

    Two questions:
    Is there a Heisman for debating?
    Will it be covered by ESPN?
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    Re: Nitromors alternative?

    Fire?
  22. Re: Trump and the DOJ decide on a special master

    One thing made me wonder. There was mention that there are some empty binders that presumably held classified documents. Wouldn't the agencies that presented those documents know that they had not...
  23. Re: Trump and the DOJ decide on a special master

    I think I read that Mr. Trump has to pay for it.
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    Re: Farmers burning fields

    There was noticeable smoke in Wyoming and Montana a couple of days ago, from fires in California.
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    Re: Lindsey Grahamís abortion bill

    Exactly; it does provide a way of dodging the hard work of a difficult ethical/moral discussion, and understanding the biology of conception and gestation.
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    Re: I like bicycles.

    But it was early.
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    Re: the most famous sailing photograph

    Someone once told me that the pole went shortly after the OP picture was taken.
  28. Re: hooray for joe biden and marty walsh?

    As a side effect, it might be good for the American people too.
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    Re: the algorithm

    I often find that I get ads for an item I have just purchased. That seems a little TUTB.
    What does the algorithm make of the 'puters in public libraries?
  30. Re: Has Bidenomics Been Good for Workers?

    I'm not sure I agree with the statement that the 'strong jobs boom has reduced inequality.' Workplace participation, the percent of adults in the workforce, and, particularly, Black unemployment...
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    Re: Dogís gone bad

    I'm surprised nobody has suggested a sharp #2 pencil.
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    Re: Frozen Tumors

    Best of luck of ra good result.
    They divide such surgeons into three groups: The butcher, the baker, the popsicle maker.
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    Re: Lovely rain

    We got about 2" right here, exit 16 of I-91 in Vermont.
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    Re: Dogís gone bad

    I concur with Yeadon (once more confirming his sign off line). Start with diplomacy and ask around to find who owns it. Roaming dogs are also at risk of being hit by cars. It may devolve that your...
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    Re: my newest clients

    Have you told them about coyotes?
    And, more importantly, is the screw in that socket behind one of them clocked?
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    Re: The return of Thatcherism?

    Anticipating Thatcher Tory rape?
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    Re: The return of Thatcherism?

    But they appear to hate us.
  38. Re: How 'bought this - Co2 and water + sunlight = Jetfuel

    When I read that the reaction takes place at 1500į C I am once again in awe of natural processes. Photosynthesis happens all around us at human and humane, temperatures. I'm surprised Israel is not...
  39. Re: IPM & other 'scientific' interventions

    In general, predators are not as successful as parasites for biological control. Predators may easily shift to an easier prey species (e.g. the cane toads mentioned in the OP, or the disastrous...
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    Re: no love on the wbf for the goat?

    Who doesn't love her?
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    Re: How would you stage this?

    Implicit in her comment is: just because you could (once) do something does not mean you can (now) do it.
  42. Re: Crash course in Spanish, or a translator app?

    Also, a command that will only earn a failing grade in Spanish class may be perfectly workable in the real world.
    You did well, and You done good, are both understandable as meaning the same thing. ...
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    Re: I like bicycles.

    You're describing the Pinion geared bottom brackets, 9, 12, or 18 different speeds.
    Also allows the rear wheel to be undished, hence stronger.
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    Re: Gun volence and medical trauma

    Maybe he just missed a comma. Squirrels, rabbits, the neighbors, cats
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    Re: I like bicycles.

    Never ridden a LHT, but my Bruce Gordon has served faithfully for 30+ years.
    He is, unfortunately, retired, and dead, so a used one would be your only option. Fifty mm tires and touring on dirt, or...
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    Re: HMS Prince Of Wales: Bottomed Out

    My thought exactly.
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    Re: Beach rollers

    The ones I am familiar with were canvas over rubber (Hypalon?) and quite tough. Haven't seen them in decades, but if they were inflated, they could serve as flotation when the boat was floating and...
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    Re: I like bicycles.

    Unless you are racing it, you could use the bolts on the front fork for water and stop to drink.
  49. Re: The Russians really ought to look at their window designs

    They are. Newer designs have them in balcony floors, elevators, scenic overlooks, and airplanes.
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    Re: unreliable, rare, or non-existing

    Probably be cooler than Phoenix.
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