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POLITICS We Have Compromised Enough Already

Discussion in 'Washington D.C.' started by Jaloc, Aug 18, 2019.

  1. buffalobill

    buffalobill Well-Known Member

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    you obviously live in the city...
     
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  2. falconfan

    falconfan Well-Known Member

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    The right to bare arms is more than a law.It is our duty, and the writers of the constitution knew the day might come when " We The People " might have to protect our country from a tyrannical government.

    Thank goodness they had the foresight, because it looks s like that day might be coming soon.

    And who knows, the way some of your wacko buddies are voting we may need our weapons to protect you from Sharia law..( How would you like having to bow down on a prayer rug 5 times a day and pretend to love ALLAH.?) We got your back.
     
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  3. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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    Yeah or get your ass down to the Home Depot and they will tell you how to do it with PEX.
     
  4. buffalobill

    buffalobill Well-Known Member

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    sharkbites and pex only go so far, but we know, you hate paying american wages....
     
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  5. Rastus

    Rastus ..MAGA.. AD-FREE USER

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    I don’t trust either, it’s copper and solder for me.
     
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  6. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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    just saying look at the laws changed with guns since 1900 lots of changes happened, more to come.
    When SWAT pulls up outside your house better surrender or go out on your back.
    I don't think they care one way or the other just so they aren't late for dinner.
    Then again when they get back to the station they probably high five each other when they shoot your ass.
    When you think your fighting some tyrannical government what your doing is firing at them, they are the branch of government that you'll meet.
    After a couple dozen crazies get killed it will all die down and we'll never hear from you guys again.
    The rest of your life you fellers will be wondering if someone gave then your name and they are coming to get you.
    Y'all will never get a good nights sleep again.
    Better ask your doctor for some Ambien pills for that.
     
  7. Rastus

    Rastus ..MAGA.. AD-FREE USER

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    I had a lot of trouble with the lead free solder until I got a mapp gas torch.
     
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  8. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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    They have a page I seen somewhere that gives the life of each product to compare with.
    Cooper , steel, black iron, PVC, PEX. Copper and Pex have a life of about 50-60 years I think. It all depends on what they are in contact with some soils , concrete, pressure treated wood. Pretty much guarantees I would never have to screw with them again in my life. But the PEX looks like it would be easy to work with only a few special tools.
     
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  9. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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    I had lots of trouble until I found out each fitting must be shiny clean with emory cloth. Once I did that no leaks. And my solders look sloppy but they work.
     
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  10. Rastus

    Rastus ..MAGA.. AD-FREE USER

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    The pex probably holds up, I’d be worried more about the connections.
     
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  11. Bubba74

    Bubba74 I live Here

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    my neighbors and I will all throw rocks at them and buckets of water
     
  12. jimmy g

    jimmy g Kook

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    Those scenarios are only in your wet-dreams. They won’t happen in the USA. Have another drink, Mags...
     
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  13. jimmy g

    jimmy g Kook

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    Our house was built by Sears (Craftsman Home) in 1920. The plumbing appears to have been updated in the 1960s. A Contractor buddy of mine was remodeling our bathroom last year, walked thru the basement, looked at the pipes and said “wave bye-bye to all this”. When I came home from El Paso, every pipe in the house is now new pex. Even out to the well. He says pex swells, contracts, but doesn’t break.
     
  14. buffalobill

    buffalobill Well-Known Member

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    you can bend it with mild heat too....
     
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  15. White

    White Straight’nin the curves, flat’nin the hills

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    Quick wipe with a wet rag
     
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  16. White

    White Straight’nin the curves, flat’nin the hills

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    Asylum is to be requested in the first “invaded” country. That means the throngs from where-the-hell-ever can’t apply here.
     
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  17. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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    I have no actual experience with it. if I were to plum a house I would use it. they have there own connectors and unions to connect to a regular faucet or hose bibb or anything. And they can expand some in case of freezing, when copper would bust. Maybe one day we'll hear it releases chemicals into the water that is hazardous, maybe not but strangely copper is counted in water as some kind of hazard. I had to replace some steel pipes that were disintegrating and seeping. They were 70 years old so long past their lifetimes and they close off inside reducing water flow. As for now I have come to hate working on houses, maybe again one day but a long break from it would be great. I plan on saving most of my tools which I have enough for the most part to do anything.
     
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  18. falconfan

    falconfan Well-Known Member

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    The right of the people to keep and bare arms SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!!
    We wouldn't want to disappoint our founders who have shed blood for our rights..Do you?
     
  19. Joseph1135

    Joseph1135 Well-Known Member

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    Herp derp.
     
  20. falconfan

    falconfan Well-Known Member

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    Jerk off
     
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