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    Homeowner jfls45's Avatar
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    Default Shower is great...

    I should slap myself on the back, it drains perfect, works great, now on to remodeling the rest of the bathroom... sorry so many of you waisted alot of time armchair code lawyering...
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    Glad you feel good about others wasting their time trying to educate you in the correct way to do things.

    Curious, what do you do for a living?
    Matt
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    Enjoying life in SW Florida

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    He's a Lobotomy Tester...

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    With all his experience I guess he'll be starting his own DIY forum.

    John

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    When we were trying to help on the original question, how to move a shower drain, I kept thinking of a neighbors home that was plumbed by the owner in the 30's in Bellevue

    The kitchen sink was daylighted into the back yard.
    It was attracting rats, so of course, they had rat traps set everywhere.
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    His avatar tells the story of his abilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    When we were trying to help on the original question, how to move a shower drain, I kept thinking of a neighbors home that was plumbed by the owner in the 30's in Bellevue

    The kitchen sink was daylighted into the back yard.
    It was attracting rats, so of course, they had rat traps set everywhere.
    That there is one cute picture of a rat you got there Terry.

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    Default Yeah, right.

    quote; That there is one cute picture of a rat you got there

    The first time I have ever seen "cute" applied to a rat. Maybe you have an affinity for them given your screen name, but cute is not the first thing I think of when I consider rats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    quote; That there is one cute picture of a rat you got there

    The first time I have ever seen "cute" applied to a rat. Maybe you have an affinity for them given your screen name, but cute is not the first thing I think of when I consider rats.
    Well I do have a pet rat. I have always liked rats. Back in the day I use to go everywhere with my rat. People would say Hey here comes Ron and the rat. Then it got shortened to RonRat. Then when I became a plumber it got switched to SewerRat. SewerRatz with the "z" came about when I was playing an online game and someone else at the time used the SewerRat nick. So ever since then I been known as SewerRatz.
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