On Wednesday, September 17, 2014 10:24:47 AM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That's a good question, isn't it? And to top it off, it's not like the
true dimensions are hidden. It's not like selling gas as premium and it's
actually regular. Anyone using those decking boards can easily see the
true dimensions. And if you take it home, go to do your project and decide
that the Trex is not what you thought it was, isn't right, etc, last time
I checked, Lowes will take it back, no questions asked.
Don't say that word "gasoline" too loud.
If a California judge finds out that US gallons are smaller than
Canadian gallons, there might be another law suit in the works. After
all, how many US gas stations actually specify that their price is "per
US gallon"? If it's not made crystal clear, Canadian tourists would
naturally presume it would be per Canadian gallon.
On Thursday, September 18, 2014 6:08:11 PM UTC-4, Ashton Crusher wrote:
Where did you read that? I'd love to see the specifics. I've seen
some info that suggests it wasn't 2x4's at all, but composite deck
material that was sized like regular wood product and they got nailed
because you can only do the undersizing for real wood, even though
the products are used for the same purpose.
On Tue, 16 Sep 2014 22:44:59 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
I usually picked up supplies at the fence company that built my fence.
But one time I thought, "I have money. Why go there. Just call them up
and have it delivered. Ten rails, 80 pickets and some nails.
Well they forgot the nails, the pickets were fine but the rails, at
least 3 of them, were obviously the worst rails they had and they'd
found a way to ge rid of them. I've saved them for when I need a 4'
rail instead of 8 feet.
Now they don't even make my pickets, alas. No one does.
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