I moderate misc.taxes.moderated, a professional tax forum open
to the general public. Plus I read all the traffic on six other
unrelated newsgroups and all the additions and changes to four
IM(rarely)HO, alt home.repair is the most useful day-to-day
newsgroup available. I am exuberient that I stumbled in here.
My only regrets are (1) the volume is so high that I can't read
every and (2) for the first time I have created an NG "kill file"
due to racist trash.
My Mother's Day project was replacing the piping under the kitchen
sink. After reading alt home.repair for less than a week, I knew
that the kit from Home Depot was a replacement kit and I needed
two additional nut/washer sets because it was a first time PVC
install. Saved me a trip.
My HD in Ellicott City, Maryland is staffed with very knowledgeable
people who are exceptionally helpful.
Thank all of you for contributing here.
On Mon, 15 May 2006 01:24:46 -0000, firstname.lastname@example.org (Dick Adams)
The racist trash was a project one of the readers here had that didn't
go too well. He had a over-cooling refrigerator and while asking how
to fix it here, he found that someone not too far away had a clogged
septic tank. They got together, figuring they could help each other
out, and somehow a cold-blooded piece of sewage escaped and a few
years later started posting here. The original two posters haven't
been heard from.
I've been to that store. Probably didn't need help that day so I
didn't notice. But I'll go back. Do you mean Rte. 40 west of Rte.
Thanks - I try and post helpful responses because I often look for
advice here as well. give and take. So - browse here and offer some
advice based on your past experiences from time to time. We get, IMO,
too many how do I do this or that. The OP gets a great response from
someone or many people then never comments back. I'm not sure if they
ever read the responses sometimes. (Are they just expecting them in
Anyway - Thanks for the encouragement.
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FWIW When I first started, and a question got a lot of replies, I'd
reply to each one, which became time-consuming and often seemed a bit
silly, what with me trying to say something to everybody. I could
understand where somebody could just give up.
These days, FBOW, I reply to my original post with appropriate thanks
and comments to those who replied.
If there are better suggestions, well, I'm open to 'em.
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