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    Only sisters. But I distinctly remember noticing my dad's like penis bulge and contemplating it. Never saw it. Never wanted to.

    What's a song that makes you feel strong?
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.


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    Periphery, by Fiona Apple. And Talula by Tori Amos.

    What's a song that helped you deal with a messy breakup?
    “If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us.” - Hermann Hesse
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    Why is patience so important to you?

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    It isn't.



    Why are there so elusively few of those sexy sociopathic basket case fucks who want to scream in the rain and cry on you and beat you up make you feel like shit and love you?
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    Because I ate 'em.

    If I were to break into the boiler room, how do I "fix it" so that my steam heating will resume heating? (I'm cold)
    "The true genius shudders at incompleteness, preferring silence to everything that it should be." Edgar Allen Poe

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    I'm happy you asked, I'm doing thermal comfort calculations right now.


    It depends on what's wrong. Do you really have a steam boiler? Steam heating has been obsolescent in North America for quite a while now, so unless your building is older than say... oh, fifty years or so on the conservative side... you probably have hot water heating rather than steam. Older (non-condensing) atmospheric boilers tend to have been designed for supply water temperatures in the neighbourhood of 180 to 200 °F with a temperature difference (delta-T) across the heating media of around 20 to 30 °F. Newer (condensing, power burner) boilers tend to have lower supply water temperatures and much greater temperature difference across the heating medium; often SWT of 160 °F to RWT (return water temperature) of 120 °F (40 °F delta-T). These lower heating water temperatures help condensing boilers stay in their peak operating efficiency range.

    Is there a problem with the boiler? The boiler is a pretty simple piece of machinery and features few moving parts. It's quite possible that the problem lies elsewhere. Your system presumably has at least one circulation pump; it may have failed, or isn't operating correctly. How is the temperature controlled? Do you have a two- or three-way control valve controlling the flow of water through the heating media? You almost certainly have at least one, and this valve may have failed (actuators, the little motors that turn the valves open or closed, eventually wear out).

    But first of all you must ask yourself one question: what's the thermostat set to?




    How much grant money do you think the researchers who contributed to this standard received when they calculated that an average bra provides 0.00155 m2 °C/W (or 0.0088 ft2 h °F/BTU) of insulation?

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    Hopefully, not that much.

    What do you want done to your body when you die?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    Hopefully, not that much.

    What do you want done to your body when you die?
    I really should decide on this.

    For a long time I wanted to be cremated, then the resulted carbon be used in manufacturing for palladium on carbon. I'm not so sure now. In a way I don't really care? Lord knows my father will fight tooth and nail to have a "traditional" treatment of a burial but that is what I know I do not want, so he'll just have to suck it. I just don't want my family to decide, and if I leave the decisions to my friends they'll cave to my family. I might just go with my original idea so I have something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    I really should decide on this.

    For a long time I wanted to be cremated, then the resulted carbon be used in manufacturing for palladium on carbon. I'm not so sure now. In a way I don't really care? Lord knows my father will fight tooth and nail to have a "traditional" treatment of a burial but that is what I know I do not want, so he'll just have to suck it. I just don't want my family to decide, and if I leave the decisions to my friends they'll cave to my family. I might just go with my original idea so I have something.

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    What is your worst cooking diaster story?
    I think it involved too much tomato sauce.

    What did you do when you ran out of toilet paper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    What did you do when you ran out of toilet paper?
    Washcloth.

    If a garbageman goes to the bathroom, does he have to wash his hands before returning to work?
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