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Old 03-09-2018, 11:11 PM   #21
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And Iím pretty excited about my new $40 Italian outdoor shower nozzle. 🤨
Shower nozzle? Judging from your expression I thought it was something else entirely!
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Old 03-10-2018, 01:13 AM   #22
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I like my glass of wine but no I won't take a picture of my greasy face with a glass of wine it would censored

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Not only that Lou, we'd send it to Interpol. I've already sent those above. Sorry chaps, but you're nicked.

That Mahal guy - woohoo...dodgy as...and Marks' clearly expecting to entertain the Mafia...and Murray's not looking where he is going...the boys in blue are gonna have a field day...

PS, sorry something just came over me. Possibly the fact I'm retiring in a few months..?
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My new stainless steel portholes. We are in the process of installing 11 new ones. Will finish the install after we paint the hull.
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Old 03-10-2018, 06:55 AM   #24
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Kinda korny but I really like my old woodworking vice. Its a Emmert patternmakers vice . Get a grip on it .
Thats one vice I don't have.... (pun intended!)
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Kinda korny but I really like my old woodworking vice. Its a Emmert patternmakers vice . Get a grip on it .
David really likes it too.
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Old 03-10-2018, 07:00 AM   #26
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My new stainless steel portholes. We are in the process of installing 11 new ones. Will finish the install after we paint the hull.
nice...new pretties. We have one that has a small leak or it did at one point. It needs to be replaced.
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I really like my . . .

. . . new lower helm chair ( . . . or I will when I buy it.)

Herman Miller Aeron/barstool height. Great comfort/ergonomics, adjustable seat height to 34Ē, cool breathable fabric, 12-year warranty and a fraction of the cost of a Stidd (but still not cheap). Iíll replace the casters with rubber feet and tie downs. I just need to confirm that we have space before ordering.
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. . . new lower helm chair ( . . . or I will when I buy it.)

Herman Miller Aeron/barstool height. Great comfort/ergonomics, adjustable seat height to 34Ē, cool breathable fabric, 12-year warranty and a fraction of the cost of a Stidd (but still not cheap). Iíll replace the casters with rubber feet and tie downs. I just need to confirm that we have space before ordering.
Nice chair . I think you’ll have the room . Defever 44 has enough room for everything.
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I'm with markpierce! I, too like my White Pass RR Hat and red wine.
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Nice chair . I think youíll have the room . Defever 44 has enough room for everything.
Thanks. My better half certainly thinks so .
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I really like my grand father lever and especially that it is warranted correct

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I think it's a ruler of sorts. I recognize that as a Catholic grade school student.
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Level...might be an 'english as a second language' thing.
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Level...might be an 'english as a second language' thing.
Wifey B: Thanks. I was looking for what it would be a lever for. Just didn't catch it.
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Wifey B: The trash talking between Star and DHays and others in another thread made me think. Trash Compactor. Just such a necessity for a cruiser. In a house with city collection it always seemed like just an extra step but on a boat a must. Plus we have so many guests at our home, I can't imagine now not having one there.
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Level...might be an 'english as a second language' thing.
Ok how do you call the tool showing a bubble and used to make sure things are levelled?
Pardon me my poor English, as you pointed out it is not my first language.

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Ok how do you call the tool showing a bubble and used to make sure things are levelled?
Pardon me my poor English, as you pointed out it is not my first language.

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Wifey B: A level. You do quite well, just the occasional slight miss surfaces. A heck of a lot better than I'd do in your language.
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Ok how do you call the tool showing a bubble and used to make sure things are levelled?
Pardon me my poor English, as you pointed out it is not my first language.

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Lou, I got it straight away, as I have several 'spirit levels'. The issue arose because you did not notice the typo and it appeared as a lever, when you meant level. ie the wee bubble in the round window halfway along what is otherwise clearly a ruler as well. When the bubble is centred in the window/aperture, if you lay the ruler along a surface, it indicates the surface is level. Small typo, big difference in meaning... C'ťtait une simple erreur
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