On Friday, October 11, 2013 12:59:45 PM UTC-7, philo wrote:
who cares if it is 5 years old? people still have this problem. Did you thi
nk it was now for some reason irrelevant? I am glad someone is still postin
g replies. we of course don't know whether the original poster had any good
results though.... i would like to see what people's results were.
People still have all sorts of problems. Why not bring up every single post
from years gone by and reply to it?
OK, replying to every past post would be silly. Let's just go back grab
every post from 5 years ago today and reply to them because people may
still have those same problems. Tomorrow we'll go back 5 years and do it
again. Every day we'll reply to all posts from 5 years ago that day.
That should keep this ng relevant.
I don't see the big deal. Old posts have been popping up on newsgroups
in the past few months for some reason. Personally, I look at the
subject, but I don't look at the date for every post. If someone
replies, what harm is done? Is it worth taking the time to bitch
about it? Call someone out on it? If you answer "yes", it is
probably time to re-evaluate your own life.
I bought some from Sherwin Williams, but it wasn't fine enough. I use
anti-skid compound, sold in chandleries, with excellent results. It
consists of tiny glass beads and you don't need a lot. You don't notice
it after applying it, but it prevents slipping quite well.
On Wednesday, January 30, 2008 at 3:59:25 PM UTC-9, Simpson wrote:
I know this is an old post but anyone try walnut shell as one person sugges
ted? I have some for bullet case tumbling and it seems like it would work
well, not too rough but super hard, I am sure it could come in different gr
its. Mine can't be used, it is polish impregnated.
I know this is an old post but anyone try walnut shell as one person
suggested? I have some for bullet case tumbling and it seems like it would
work well, not too rough but super hard, I am sure it could come in
different grits. Mine can't be used, it is polish impregnated.
The sand for paint is fine, and even then it
makes snow shoveling difficult. If you don't
have snow you don't need it. If you do have
snow it's a hassle. I wouldn't use anything
except in special cases - like maybe an elderly
person at high risk.
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