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    quote; but you are experienced with this stuff and know all the tricks of the trade

    Perfectly true, but I told you some of them a week ago and expected you to follow them and not keep trying to rationalize your way of doing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    quote; but you are experienced with this stuff and know all the tricks of the trade

    Perfectly true, but I told you some of them a week ago and expected you to follow them and not keep trying to rationalize your way of doing it.
    Moi? No you told them to pdrmant I believe.
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    My first reply was that he had to remove the top nut to get the faucet out. My second one was "More like a Dremel Tool or hacksaw." And that is what I would have done if it were I. What is Pdrmant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    My first reply was that he had to remove the top nut to get the faucet out. My second one was "More like a Dremel Tool or hacksaw." And that is what I would have done if it were I. What is Pdrmant?
    HJ, I know that, I was just kidding around here.

    pdrmant is the original poster's name who asked how to remove his/her faucet. See post number 1, 3, 5, 8, 12, 14, and 28 and you will see his/her "name" above the Texas flag.

    You mad at me cause I "may" vote for Obama? You know I may not too. My town govt is Republican. Yesterday they had a vote to exceed the Real Estate tax increase cap of 2% set by NY State governor Andrew Cuomo to have an increase of, see this:

    http://www.newsday.com/long-island/t...-cap-1.4095216

    The town supervisor in his election campaign promised to decrease taxes. Promise them anything but give them (Arpege?, no GRIEF) I PAY just under $8K a year for my real estate tax for a ranch house on 1/3 Acre.

    65% Tax increase. Hey, I'm coming to Arizona
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    quote: Promise them anything but give them (

    Even when they promise they will only run for one or two terms, you cannot believe them. As the cartoon said, "now that they are elected, they can focus on their REAL job, which is to get reelected".
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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    quote: Promise them anything but give them (

    Even when they promise they will only run for one or two terms, you cannot believe them. As the cartoon said, "now that they are elected, they can focus on their REAL job, which is to get reelected".
    Sometimes, even an in-place law limiting the NYC mayor to 2 terms is over ridden. Bloomberg seems to have done a decent job according to some. I don't follow NYC politics much since I moved out of the city, but he convinced the NYC council to approve the extra term(s). At least he takes no salary, as he doesn't need it, for sure.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/21/ny...inds.html?_r=0
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