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John H March 4th 04 03:04 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
On Thu, 4 Mar 2004 09:00:24 -0500, "Jim--" wrote:


"John H" wrote in message
.. .
On 4 Mar 2004 05:00:41 -0800, (basskisser) wrote:

Charles wrote in message

...
Jim-- wrote:

"basskisser" wrote in message
om...
Charles wrote in message
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basskisser wrote:

Absolutely. Good science can not be biased. If it WERE flawed,

it
would be easily reputed.

Reputed?

Good God Almighty.

-- Charlie

Never made a typo, there, Charlie?

It could certainly be a typo if the "p" and the "f" keys were next to

or
close to each other. The problem is, they are not.

It was not a typo. Just as your spelling of the word "intelligence"

(you
spelled it "intelligents") was not.

Exactly.

-- Charlie

Charlie, would you care for me to google up some of YOUR gems?
Exactly.


You've got a lot of 'googling' to do, b'asskisser. Just remember, I'm
first!

John H

On the 'Poco Loco' out of Deale, MD
on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay!


And I am third. I believe that Henry was second.


Well I damn sure don't want to lose my place, so don't be hogging all
b'asskisser's time!

John H

On the 'Poco Loco' out of Deale, MD
on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay!

Doug Kanter March 4th 04 03:49 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
"John H" wrote in message
...
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 05:51:06 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .

Speaking of quality: You know what this country needs, John? A shower

caddy
made out of solid stainless steel, not that chrome plated pig-iron

from
China.


Yup. And it would be nice if the damn suction cups would stick to the
damn wall instead of releasing just when your head is under it!


Slice a piece of clear plastic tubing and slip it over the pipe. Around
that, place a fat nylon wire tie. Put the loop of the shower caddy between
this arrangement and the wall.

John H


I wonder if anyone would pay $89 for a shower caddy made correctly?

I've done a lot of research on this subject. The results can be found
he http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load...131323237.html

Note that this *is* a hot topic!


And, since a non-rusting model would be useful in a boat, this is not OT for
this newsgroup. :-)



Charles March 4th 04 04:07 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 


basskisser wrote:

Charlie, would you care for me to google up some of YOUR gems?
Exactly.


Are you sure you didn't mean YOU'RE?

Goggle away there guy. Just remember, krause does not approve of
googling up past posts.

-- Charlie

John H March 4th 04 04:10 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 14:49:22 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 05:51:06 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .

Speaking of quality: You know what this country needs, John? A shower
caddy
made out of solid stainless steel, not that chrome plated pig-iron

from
China.


Yup. And it would be nice if the damn suction cups would stick to the
damn wall instead of releasing just when your head is under it!


Slice a piece of clear plastic tubing and slip it over the pipe. Around
that, place a fat nylon wire tie. Put the loop of the shower caddy between
this arrangement and the wall.

John H

I wonder if anyone would pay $89 for a shower caddy made correctly?

I've done a lot of research on this subject. The results can be found
he http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load...131323237.html

Note that this *is* a hot topic!


And, since a non-rusting model would be useful in a boat, this is not OT for
this newsgroup. :-)

Hell no. A good shower caddy would make a great way to store lures!

The wire-tie idea is a good one. I'll have to give that some thought.

John H

On the 'Poco Loco' out of Deale, MD
on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay!

Doug Kanter March 4th 04 04:18 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
"John H" wrote in message
...

The wire-tie idea is a good one. I'll have to give that some thought.


Some thought? Whattya need to think about? Are you going to submit the idea
to a committee at church? The method is perfect. I never lie and I'm always
right.



John H March 4th 04 04:41 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 15:18:19 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .

The wire-tie idea is a good one. I'll have to give that some thought.


Some thought? Whattya need to think about? Are you going to submit the idea
to a committee at church? The method is perfect. I never lie and I'm always
right.

How big? What color? Whether to wind clockwise or counterclockwise?
Whether it's worth wasting a good wire tie when I could spend $89 on a
better shower caddy? If my wife will let me hang lures all over the
boat?

Give me a break. I've not got the shower-caddy acumen of a Harry
Krause here.

John H

On the 'Poco Loco' out of Deale, MD
on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay!

Doug Kanter March 4th 04 04:49 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
"John H" wrote in message
...
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 15:18:19 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .

The wire-tie idea is a good one. I'll have to give that some thought.


Some thought? Whattya need to think about? Are you going to submit the

idea
to a committee at church? The method is perfect. I never lie and I'm

always
right.

How big? What color? Whether to wind clockwise or counterclockwise?
Whether it's worth wasting a good wire tie when I could spend $89 on a
better shower caddy? If my wife will let me hang lures all over the
boat?

Give me a break. I've not got the shower-caddy acumen of a Harry
Krause here.


White wire ties and clear tubing, so you can easily see if mildew is growing
on them. :-) I found this thick-walled (1/8") tubing at a local hardware
store - no idea what it's used for. It should cut in a piece between .465"
and .483" long. Much longer than that and you're courting disaster.



John H March 4th 04 05:33 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 15:49:11 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 15:18:19 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .

The wire-tie idea is a good one. I'll have to give that some thought.

Some thought? Whattya need to think about? Are you going to submit the

idea
to a committee at church? The method is perfect. I never lie and I'm

always
right.

How big? What color? Whether to wind clockwise or counterclockwise?
Whether it's worth wasting a good wire tie when I could spend $89 on a
better shower caddy? If my wife will let me hang lures all over the
boat?

Give me a break. I've not got the shower-caddy acumen of a Harry
Krause here.


White wire ties and clear tubing, so you can easily see if mildew is growing
on them. :-) I found this thick-walled (1/8") tubing at a local hardware
store - no idea what it's used for. It should cut in a piece between .465"
and .483" long. Much longer than that and you're courting disaster.


I've called the local hardware stores. Only Wal-Mart sells this stuff
by the thousandth of an inch, and if I shopped there no one would ever
talk to me again.

John H

On the 'Poco Loco' out of Deale, MD
on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay!

Doug Kanter March 4th 04 05:40 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
"John H" wrote in message
...
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 15:49:11 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 15:18:19 GMT, "Doug Kanter"
wrote:

"John H" wrote in message
.. .

The wire-tie idea is a good one. I'll have to give that some

thought.

Some thought? Whattya need to think about? Are you going to submit the

idea
to a committee at church? The method is perfect. I never lie and I'm

always
right.

How big? What color? Whether to wind clockwise or counterclockwise?
Whether it's worth wasting a good wire tie when I could spend $89 on a
better shower caddy? If my wife will let me hang lures all over the
boat?

Give me a break. I've not got the shower-caddy acumen of a Harry
Krause here.


White wire ties and clear tubing, so you can easily see if mildew is

growing
on them. :-) I found this thick-walled (1/8") tubing at a local hardware
store - no idea what it's used for. It should cut in a piece between

..465"
and .483" long. Much longer than that and you're courting disaster.


I've called the local hardware stores. Only Wal-Mart sells this stuff
by the thousandth of an inch, and if I shopped there no one would ever
talk to me again.


You buy a foot and cut it yourself, professor. :-)



basskisser March 11th 04 09:28 PM

And the Bush lies just keep on coming
 
" Tuuk" wrote in message ...
LOL

Asskisser,, you are the limit,,,

Why should I have to argue with you when you put your foot in your mouth on
your own. You did this on purpose. Nobody can be this stupid. Are you having
fun here now? You trying to make a joke?
LoL,, come on there asskisser,,, give the head a shake....


What a stupid putz you are, Tuuk. THAT, for your information, was
written by someone else. I simply cut and pasted it. Yes, I am having
fun, it's quite fun to needle someone as narrow minded as you. Give
your ass a shake, Tuuk.


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