Ok, this is the point where i waste typing time as I try to reason with you
and point out a few facts. Before you reply with your typically "Idiot",
take a second a think about what I am I about to write.
Look at the laundry room pictured in the link. Also, imagine my laundry
room where the washer door opens across a stack of coolers. In both cases,
the space is not used nor will ever be used for anything, therefore there
is no impact from the open washer door.
In concept you are right, in reality, not always.
Only an idiot couldn't picture a stack of coolers in the space between a
washer and a sink. Get out your crayons and draw your own picture.
Never planned to and still don't.
The door is opened over an area of the floor that is never, ever used
unless I need to grab a cooler, so there is no wasted floor space. Only an
idiot would have trouble with that concept.
Oh, hey look, there's 4 sq ft of always usable space on top of my front
loader, more space than the open door would waste even if it was wasting
space, which, by the way, it isn't. I'm pretty sure you don't have 4 sq ft
of always useable space on top of your top loader.
You know what's wasted? The time spent trying to have an intelligent
discussion with you.
Idiot. Do you actually believe the crap you write? Oh wait, I almost forgot
(not really) that you will never, ever admit you're wrong, so you keep
changing the subject.
Do a Google image search on "coolers". Tell me what the overwhelming
majority of the images are. Actually, don't bother. Ignoring any further
posts from you is going to be so much easier than trying to talk sense into
you. If you actually think that I meant I have a stack of refrigerators or
air conditioners next to my washing machine, you are more of an idiot than
I already think you are.
Idiot. I said (twice) "between the washer and sink", not in front of the
Idiot. Because I'm right, something you'll never admit.
Idiot. Go back and read where I stated which room the coolers are in.
Idiot. Cabinets hanging on the wall don't preclude available space on top
of the washer. I have both. You?
Idiot. The whole concept of you being wrong is very familiar to me.
You know that annoying habit of his to always have the last word, even if
it adds nothing to the discussion? Well, it's interesting that he never
comments when you prove him wrong by providing documentation that he can't
refute. He never comes back and says "My bad" or "I didn't know that". If
he can't use his pretzel logic to twist the discussion the way he wants it
to go, he just doesn't respond. Typical coward.
I know what you mean. I remember I was listening to Hannity, the bitch was
making a ruckus, while fixin dinner. This was the second time I broke her
friggin beak for her. She threatened to call the man, and I slammed her to
the ground. Kicked her in the ribs, breaking a few of them. She whined
like a baby for about a week before I told her to walk to the hospital in
the snow. She's lucky I let her put a pair of shoes on.
I'd suppose it is just a marketing gimmick....I see no reason NOT to
rinse dishes other than to save a little time. There is a lot of crap
built into appliances nowdaays that is designed by engineers who have
probably never done housework :o) I rinse, just because my logic tells
me that they will be cleaner with less gunk in the water. Today, for
the first time, I noticed small particles of stuff on the drain strainer
in my dw...couple of bits of brussel sprouts and a couple of little
chips of plastic. The plastic looked totally unfamiliar and can't
imagine where it came from...perhaps from some new purchase I sent
through dw prior to using it. Ennyhoo, unless most food comes off
dishes with a quick scrape, I'll rinse the majority of it, or soak if
dried on (that doesn't happen much now that I'm retired:o)
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