Anyone bought this yet? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lN16t23Yl6Y .
Looks interesting. My better half wants pullout shelving and this
looks like it makes it a no brainer. The vendor says he sells tons of
them...anyone tried them?
A few of the video shows that they could be used with just about any slide.
Seems to me, they wanted to use slides with the smallest profile so it
would block the working of the system.
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
Well I'm sure this is one of those words where there is no clear
consensus on pronunciation; I say it (and have heard it said) with a
short "i", slight accent on the first syllable, with the second syllable
being "lest" or "lust" instead of "LAST", but mine could very well be
the "bastardized" version. According to some dictionaries the guy is
using a "correct" pronunciation, but his inflection just sounds goofy to
me, like he's undecided about whether the accent belongs on the first or
second syllable. I don't think the guy is a wooddorker. :-)
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I always thought pil-aster, like baluster. I have heard Norm say
The apparent pronunciation does sound odd to me also but then some think
y'all is strange. How about the Boston area accent, measured 'dRawerings"
for a chest of draws? Or from down her in southern Texas, the Latino lady
in the shoe store cannot decide on which pair of choose to shoes for the
Reminds me of that line that Jimmy Carter used when campaigning for the
presidency. When giving speeches in the south, he would always end his
speech with the line, "Wouldn't it be nice if we had someone in the White
House that did not speak with an accent?"
I like the way this guy says it but I'm from Pittsburgh... I think the
dictionary says it funny. Go here and click on "hear":
Also, I think the product has a use for sliding shelves where you could
want to adjust the height or add/remove sliding drawers depending on
storage needs. I doubt they would be used more than once in a lifetime
though. Even adjustable shelving... Once set up, they pretty much stay
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Coincidentally, I just 30 minutes ago finished putting some mud on a patch
in my living room and I am waiting for that to dry. Our dainty Great Dane
was coming in for a landing on her bed and her large buttocks region kinda
fish tailed on approach and broke out a piece of sheet rock about the size
of an enormous grapefruit. I ended up placing a 15"x 20" patch in the wall.
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