I'm a wondering how the front loaders could have "long-term reliability
The word "they" refers to front loaders sold for home users.
You responded with:
Nobody has explained "it" at all, except to say that commercial front
loaders have been around for quite some time, which is true. Front loaders
for homes nearly vanished (in the U.S.) for almost 30 years. So in fact,
they do NOT have enough of a track record for anyone to predict their
I'm serious. Your arrogance indicates that when you retired, you had no plan
for keeping yourself relevant and occupied. You're nasty, and it's only
going to get worse. Go back to work. Find something to do. And take a
hatchet to your TV.
On Mon, 20 Sep 2010 08:02:51 -0400, "JoeSpareBedroom"
I know you're serious. So am I. You're stupid beyond belief!
You're stupid, so your inferences aren't worth much. I have all sorts of
plans to keep myself busy when I really do retire. I "retired" because it was
the right thing to do. I could collect my pension immediately, without
penalty, and no credit for staying longer. They paid me a half-year's salary,
plus nine-months benefits, to leave. I knew I could find another job (not
there, but elsewhere) without a problem. Yes it would have been stupid to
I'm nasty to total idiots on the Usenet, sure. It's a hobby. Too bad you
You prove my point with each post. You're too stupid to read what's written.
Now that we all agree that you're in idiot, go work on step 2.
Joe, don't worry bout that guy, he's totally arrogant at all times.
Fuck him. Like i said, the damn front loaders (the new generation of
them, if we have to spell it out) haven't been out long enough to have a
"track record". Period. If we were to be speaking of the ones of days
of old, then yes, they are junk. All those old front loaders were junk.
remove the "not" from my address to email
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My Aunt and Uncle had a front loader in the late 1950's or early
1960's. I don't know what brand.
They have also been used in landromats since a very long time ago. I
remember seeing rows of them as a kid, and I'm old.
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