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  1. #28151
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kanone View Post
    Any time someone uses “colorway” to describe any sporting good. Grounds for immediate bitch slapping.


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    Still snickering.

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    We used to put out our green waste--pine needles, brush, etc--in green bags for the trash. Now they give us 90 gallon cans to put the stuff in--and for neighbors, renters, passersby to put garbage, trash, dog shit in. The trash company looks in the cans before they empty them and won't empty them if there's anything besides green waste, which means we have to clean the crap out of them.

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    yeah that's fd up. similar to giving a bad review to a hotel because the weather was bad or your vacation destination isn't what you expected. Review the hotel you dumb ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kanone View Post
    Any time someone uses “colorway” to describe any sporting good. Grounds for immediate bitch slapping.


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    I'm annoyed that I don't know what you're talking about and have never heard the term before. Fuck, I'm getting old.

    On the positive side of picking up other people's trash--we did neighborhood cleanup along our stretch of Donner Pass Rd early this summer. We collected enough car parts to open a successful auto parts store. Check out my web site--oldgoatsjunk.com

    And one more--Cokie Roberts dead at 75. Not that she's someone I feel much about one way or the other, but that my initial reaction in reading the headline was "So young!"

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    My dishwasher is over 10 years old now, but still basically works great. The door seal needs to be replaced, Maytag wants $60 for a strip of rubber that probably costs them pennies. The vinyl coating on the lower dishrack is also starting to fail in places and the metal is rusting. Maytag wants $240 for a new dishrack. This is fucking madness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    People who dump their crap on the side of a county road for private land owners to clean up.

    Assholes.

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    Black light and a dna test kit.

    I’m with you OG, I’ve never heard the term colorway.

  8. #28158
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    Shit that annoys you

    Quote Originally Posted by El Kanone View Post
    Any time someone uses “colorway” to describe any sporting good. Grounds for immediate bitch slapping.


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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    I'm annoyed that I don't know what you're talking about and have never heard the term before. Fuck, I'm getting old.
    Quote Originally Posted by FLS View Post
    I’m with you OG, I’ve never heard the term colorway.
    I mean.... you can be annoyed by that, I guess.... but it’s the correct word when describing different patterns of colors on products. Maybe a little silly to use with customers or outside of discussions with your merchandisers, suppliers, or colleagues.... maybe. Not sure of a better word to differentiate between the black/grey/red and the grey/black/red versions of the same product, though.

    I could buy in to being annoyed by people who overuse jargon, though. My ex wife is the fucking worst with this. Now that she had a job in an insurance call center it’s off the charts. Any conversation about medical insurance (which she makes sure comes up) is incredibly obnoxious.
    focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    My dishwasher is over 10 years old now, but still basically works great. The door seal needs to be replaced, Maytag wants $60 for a strip of rubber that probably costs them pennies. The vinyl coating on the lower dishrack is also starting to fail in places and the metal is rusting. Maytag wants $240 for a new dishrack. This is fucking madness.
    I ran into the same issues. It was better to just get a new dishwasher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkhound Odin View Post
    I ran into the same issues. It was better to just get a new dishwasher.
    That's certainly what they want you to do. I found the door seal for $15 on Amazon, but the rack is more problematic. I think I'm going to try extending it's life by wrapping the rusty spots in self-fusing silicone tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    <snip> I think I'm going to try extending it's life by wrapping the rusty spots in self-fusing silicone tape.
    That's ghetto-tastic, and I approve *completely*...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    That's certainly what they want you to do. I found the door seal for $15 on Amazon, but the rack is more problematic. I think I'm going to try extending it's life by wrapping the rusty spots in self-fusing silicone tape.
    try this?

    https://plastidip.com/our-products/rerack/

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    https://sugru.com is awesome stuff not positive whether it will work for your application but it's cheap on Amazon and comes in a bunch of colors.

    edit: that re-rack stuff looks like the ticket^^^ but Sugru is cool if you get some you'll find uses for it.

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    I have a new boss that works about 11 hrs a day. And that's just what he puts in at the office

    He expects everyone to do the same. Says he doesn't...but obviously does. He's a weird douche too

    I've aged 10 yrs in the 6 months he's been here

    This guy can fuck right off. Looking for new job...I really liked it here for a long time
    If it's green, smoke it...if it's pink, poke it

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    Sounds like he's wound tight enough that a little dogshit under his door handles might send him right over the edge.

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    Beat me to it with plastidip. Pics of the new rack (as long as they're consentual).

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    https://sugru.com is awesome stuff not positive whether it will work for your application but it's cheap on Amazon and comes in a bunch of colors.

    edit: that re-rack stuff looks like the ticket^^^ but Sugru is cool if you get some you'll find uses for it.
    I looked into Sugru for this, but it's $2/packet which will add up fast for this job. The self-fusing silicone tape is $6 for a 1"x12' roll. I also threw a bottle of that ReRack stuff into the order since it was only $6 and I needed a small item to hit the free shipping cutoff. It sounds like it doesn't work great on badly rusted areas, but it will be good for smaller spots and funky corners where getting the self-fusing tape wrapped around itself might be tricky.

    $240 for a vinyl-coated wire rack. The lower rack isn't even integrated with the sprayer FFS. This is no longer about the money, it's about principle and common decency.

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    So basically silly putty with epoxy? Wish someone had put that in the million dollar ideas thread a while ago...

    They list inside dishwashers as applicable.


    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    https://sugru.com is awesome stuff not positive whether it will work for your application but it's cheap on Amazon and comes in a bunch of colors.

    edit: that re-rack stuff looks like the ticket^^^ but Sugru is cool if you get some you'll find uses for it.

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    @ dan: It's a business opportunity for the right person is what it is. Imagine how many of those things go bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rideski View Post
    So basically silly putty with epoxy? Wish someone had out that in the million dollar ideas a while ago...

    They list inside dishwashers as applicable.
    It's got silicon in it and it hardens solid. I have some that's been in the handle of a knife I use pretty much every day for maybe 3-4 years and it's still looks and works perfect.

    The one downside I'm aware of is it doesn't stay good forever, it hardens on its own in the packaging eventually, but it lasts a year at least before that happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Sounds like he's wound tight enough that a little dogshit under his door handles might send him right over the edge.
    Was thinking I should probably fuck his wife to death, but yeah
    If it's green, smoke it...if it's pink, poke it

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    Quote Originally Posted by booner View Post
    Was thinking I should probably fuck his wife to death, but yeah
    Why should it be one and done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Sounds like he's wound tight enough that a little dogshit under his door handles might send him right over the edge.
    Nah... just slip some 10:1 or maybe even 5:1 CBD/THC tincture in his coffee. He'll never know and you'll be happier with the new mellower version.
    Kindness is a bridge between all people

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    Last year, my kiddo's first year of ski racing, membership in USSA (required) was $35.

    This year, the early bird price is $75. No explanation (or even mention) of the price increase.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
    "She was tossing her bean salad with the vigor of a Drunken Pop princess so I walked out of the corner and said.... "need a hand?"" - Odin

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    construction zones that aren't.
    cone patterns, fines doubled, low speed, traffic backups, lane closures .. but no workers around and nothing looks to be in progress.
    like they finished the job and went home, but never took down the zone.
    Or maybe there was no job - just a phantom zone.
    3 such zones on my drive today.
    mildly annoying.

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