For no reason other than my pleasant relationship with these whacky
I use their variety of goodies to attach sinks to the bottom of solid
I also find myself using their fasteners in many other situations.
I'm not sure if I ever posted their link in the past, but they are
worth looking into.
That's right, Fuckbreath, my Bentley needs new tyres, so I said to the
Rotaloc people: "Listen, I will get you maximum exposure to the big
spenders, like ROY!, and we'll all get rich! RICH!!!
Before you go jumping to conclusions - and opeing your mouth,
figuratively, you might want to check with google - search
Groups by author and see if your initial judgement is correct
before implying a poster is a spammer. That search will also
tell you when the person began posting messages to this forum.
in the Group box enter rec.woodworking
in the Author box enter Robatoy
You'll find 3,470 results
First impressions, especially in an all text forum, are often
wrong - you don't get tone of voice, volume, pitch, facial
expressions, body language or gestures. So, before deciding
if someone is a spammer it's a good idea to get a feel for
other posts that person has made.
Just a friendly bit of info to use - or not.
Look foreward to your contributions to the group.
This newbie has been hanging around here for over 7 years.
My conclusion did not require a jump. The post was spam disguised by a
misleading subject header. I may be off base but I don't consider
countertop installation techniques as being related to woodworking.
Among those results will be found his political vitriol aimed at the
U.S. and disguised by a holiday greeting subject header
charlie, with all due respect, and I do mean respect, being pedantic
is not your style.
As I always have and always will look forward to yours.
Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! Stop it!!!!! Don't let him know about that stuff! I
just got my latest Seal Coat check!
I had a great time on your private island last weekend. Eva Longoria
left a message on my cell that said if you didn't have her back soon,
she's calling the tabloids.
How DO you get all those hot chicks out there for the volcanic spa?
That Eva. I told her that I was busy for a few weeks, supervising the
dredging of the harbour (That spoiled brat Paul Allen wants to show
off his new yacht).
I'm also having runway 270 extended to 10,000 feet so you can bring in
that jet Seal Coat bought you. (BTW, Scarlett Johansson want to know
if she can hitch a ride when you come over.
It isn't the spa, silly, the hot chicks heard I hang out in
On topic for the group.
A recommendation by a long term group member.
Offered in a friendly, unassuming manner.
Not cross-posted. Not multi-posted.
One post on one day.
According to the Breidbart Index calculation
<http://catb.org/jargon//html/B/Breidbart-Index.html and<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breidbart_Index>, then, it has an BI
As a BI of 20 is generally considered to be the threshold for
cancellation due to being spam, I would say your assertion fails in the
face of the facts.
I second that thought.
As someone who has built a lot of unusual projects, I need those assorted,
special purpose fasteners. And I appreciate other folks passing on new
sources of fasteners, unusual services, special machinery and jigs. All
these things help me.
Another thing that I admire is the ability for mere mortals like myself who
actually SOLVE PROBLEMS. Many times production problems can be solved by
going to another industry or at least some one who works in a related (or
non related) field.
Because Mr Robatoy spend time in the real world, doing real work and solving
real problems, I want to hear what he has to say. I am willing to overlook
his considerable character flaws for these contributions ;-).
SFWIW, I hate carriage bolts also known as coach bolts.
They will turn in the hole at exactly the wrong time, especially if
they have been installed for a while.
A S/S, hex head bolt, complete with a flat washer, some thickened
epoxy, and a counterbored hole.
This works especially well when you want to install a 1/4 bolt in say
a 1" thick piece of plywood.
Very useful for building jigs and fixtures.
Counterbore the hole to depth either as a blind hole or as a
counterbore for the thru hole.
Install bolt, then fill counterbore with thickened epoxy, then wait 24
Also, sure beats the hell out of hangerbolts.
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