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A tiny little kitchen ...
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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2012 6:29 am    Post subject: Re: A tiny little kitchen ... Reply with quote

Tremendous!!!!! Made me smile the whole way through it!! You don't pay attention to what most women tend to? Shame on you. Well if you're bugged enough you do!! I take that back, you still haven't looked over the faucet for a brand name....it's ok, I'm over it now. You're suspicious about people because of people like me I bet. On the other hand I always take people for their word. Probably not a good idea, but at face value, then everyone's equal and you don't have to be paranoid about trust. (I'm easy) Find me in a parking lot and try and beg some money from me though and you'll find I have various ways of saying no. I always ignore the "hey lady" and the "do you mind if I give you a survey" stuff, but the "got any spare change" stuff is annoying and even if I could see myself in need of "spare change" I wouldn't go to a supermarket parking lot and beg, so those people get special treatment. They must be mentally ill or something stupid is going on in their life, so they need special treatment. I usually very very loudly say NO! GO AWAY! LEAVE ME ALONE! it gets everyone's attention in the parking lot and they're more likely to slump away like the lizard they are.

Vinnie I always assumed the under parts were protected by some baseball mitt arrangement, sort of bullet proof apparatus thingy of heavy leather. Didn't they wear those kilts in battle? To leave all well enough bare and exposed must be frightening while being flung upon by enraged opposition out to get your jewels!! I'd think they'd be well locked up, but then they didn't care about knee protection either....hhhhmmm maybe it was a laundry thing. Nobody knows how to clean a heavy leather baseball mitt type bullet proof apparatus built to withstand a spear probing of the family pollen bank. Especially after trodging through the muck, horse pattie strewn wet muddy and bloody mire of the battle field. Just a thought.

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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2012 7:28 am    Post subject: Re: A tiny little kitchen ... Reply with quote

Suzanne wrote:
Tremendous!!!!! Made me smile the whole way through it!! You don't pay attention to what most women tend to? Shame on you. Well if you're bugged enough you do!! I take that back, you still haven't looked over the faucet for a brand name....

I believe I did in a previous post mentioned I looked for markings but didn't find any:

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But anyways I checked, there is no markings on the sink, its some sort of no name I'd imagine, considering the costs (like $150 total) I'm not surprised it doesn't list a name.

Suzanne wrote:
On the other hand I always take people for their word. Probably not a good idea, but at face value, then everyone's equal and you don't have to be paranoid about trust.

But being paranoid about trust can be good, at the very least means your never disappointed. Laughing

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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2012 8:59 am    Post subject: Re: A tiny little kitchen ... Reply with quote

Suzanne wrote:
is entirely mute

Yes, yes, I'm being THAT guy but this is a pet peeve.. Confused

The word is moot

I apologize for my anal-retentive-ness. Please continue.
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2012 5:59 am    Post subject: Re: A tiny little kitchen ... Reply with quote

Eremi thank you my spelling and my understanding of the word are also mute. It is a pet peeve of mine also, my wonderful father was an English major in college and he not only made us sit up straight he also made sure we didn't use improper language. I failed both tests, but I'm still trying, and really it is a moot point. Take a look at how many people misuse the words to and too on here, drives me nutz, such an easy thing makes you read the sentence twice. Anyway to prolong some agony, my guess is that the faucet (not the sink) was made in China and they forgot to label it.

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2012 7:17 am    Post subject: Re: A tiny little kitchen ... Reply with quote

The sink and faucet, and the cabinet underneath it came in one big box all prepackaged together (without the faucet installed of course), ready to be put in where you want to use the sink.

On that box, where everything was in, it said "Made in China" I know that much.

I pay attention to where things are made more then I pay attention to the brands. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2012 5:26 pm    Post subject: Re: A tiny little kitchen ... Reply with quote

Cool thanks Dimi, I was wondering if it was a Kohler or Delta or some other American brand. Wonder if you can get parts for it, if it needs any sometime. That would be my only gripe, the price is nice tho.

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2012 8:03 pm    Post subject: Re: A tiny little kitchen ... Reply with quote

Well its a sink, I don't care about the faucet, if it goes bad I'd just replace the entire assembly then waste my time trying to fix it. Laughing

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