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Old 01-11-2014, 08:18 PM   #9605
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roof and thermometer

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That's my plan. I drilled a hole thru my roof for a cable and only used a cable entry plate and Dicor. It leaks down along the cable. GRRR! So I bought a 10' piece of Eternabond and a vibrating scraper tool. I have been procrastinating because we're parked in the garage. But I have to get it done before knee surgery.

Since the Dicor I used has only been there since Aug will I need to use a solvent to get all remnants off, or will the Eternabond stick to the Dicor residue? Anyone here know?
When I had to patch my roof before re-roofing it, I used acetone to clean the roof and the Eternabond stuck like you wouldn't believe, don't put it where you don't want it because it's a bear to remove.

Thanks for the information about the remote thermometer, that's the one that I ordered.

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Old 01-11-2014, 08:25 PM   #9606
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Dave... I read your avocado reply and my mind went to the musical... to the tune of Oooo klahoma........ Ahhhhvocado works there.
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Old 01-11-2014, 08:41 PM   #9607
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How ya doin buddy ? We are still worried about you ... I'll hoist a couple of drinks your way and think about you and hope your Monday Dr. Appointment goes well. Cheers !!!
Let him hoist his own drinks; It's healthier for him.
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Old 01-11-2014, 08:50 PM   #9608
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Dave... I read your avocado reply and my mind went to the musical... to the tune of Oooo klahoma........ Ahhhhvocado works there.
Thank you, parent of Honey, soon to get a new bonnet.

Avacado is musically non-denominational.
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THANK YOU for the e-mail that you sent me. I agree that you will probably need to lay low on touchy subjects for awhile.
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Let him hoist his own drinks; It's healthier for him.
Hahahaha .... ummm Mike its to late I am already into my second Dirty Martini .... hshahaha ...

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Let him hoist his own drinks; It's healthier for him.
Steve, if you hoisted one every time someone here suggested it as a flu cure, you might wake up with one helluva hangover and wish it was only the flu.
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Drilling holes in their roofs, singing about alvocados, interpreting dreams, gardens on roofs and those that dislike boiled Okra.

This is one bunch of STM! Steve get well and get back your the closest thing to ̶n̶o̶r̶m̶a̶l̶ typical as we can get!
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Almost forgot. Rocky was on Appalachian Outlaws tonight (was flippin through the channels). He was a raccoon.
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Okra... a four letter word.
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Okra... a four letter word.
Yep. But if it is breaded and fried Georgia style, it be gooder than grits! Yes sir.

It be good fer y'all.
Heck, it be good fer all y'all.
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Have you ever noticed that everything breaded and deep fried tastes the same? And if you dip it into a sauce, all you taste is sauce?

Fried okra I can do, the slimy boiled stuff gags me. Have you ever seen hagfish or slime eels? That's what boiled okra makes me think I'm eating. Bluu, 'cuse me. BRB
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I happened across someone swearing that is you cut okra pods tops and bottoms off and set(loosely packed) them upright in a glass and filled the glass with water and let it set overnight, then in the AM drink the water next night repeat... don't know how many nights as I was already gagging./... that it would cure diabetes.
I think it might kill me first. ( from choking on the gagged stuff..)
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virginiamtns... there is a lady posting about her lost african gray thread called lost in starvation.

Poster's username is TravelinZann
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