The second link was inneresting, an inneresting take on the shingle issue.
I think there are quite a variety of spray-type foams used.
Ultimately, the issue is circulating air. Trapped air, otoh, is supposedly
one of the best insulators, so theoretically, crumpled up newspaper should
be pretty serviceable.
I think, tho, that an inch or two of circulating air, and THEN insulation is
proly the best marriage, roofing-wise.
Of course, if this is not already designed in, it's proly water under the
bridge, BUT if a new roof were to be put on, an extra (gapped) layer of
plywood proly wouldn't be too hard to execute.
I remember a very brite kid in 7th grade, who spelled some complicated word
5 different ways in his little report, hoping one of them would be "right".
He was publically excoriated by the asshole teacher.
I'd vote for phonetic, but then we'd be like Africa or sumpn, with a zillion
As it is, we're already stuck with Snoop Dog et al.
limited spelling and grammar education by most. Simply put, not much we can
do about it.
I would prefer members in newsgroups learn how to snip/delete/cut/etc.
previous replies when they reply. Nothing more aggravating than scrolling
through the entire body of replies continuously only to discover the last
reply contains two words.
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