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Keeping on eye on the radar. North of DFW and slowly spreading South and East but mostly green.

TB-sry to hear so much for brakes damned
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Thanks, me too. They basically had to rebuild all of it, except the drums. Hope you get some NICE rain and no storms.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Severe storms and tornado warnings are up? Batten down the hatches and stay safe!

TB - Sorry about the brakes, that's a lot of money. We had to do the youngest daughter's front brakes $260, and she paid for the back ones ($285 with and oil change included). Didn't have to do the major rebuild though.
 Quoting: Southern OR


We're too cold for the severe weather. Hard Eight is under the gun, though.

That's about what we thought the brakes would be too. It was a BIG surprise, but this has become our new normal.
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Uggggg

My hot water heater went out! Never a dull moment! Not getting a new one till tomorrow, getting the on demand system, hopefully it saves money since it cost so damn much!
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Anxious to hear how you like the new system compared to the tanks.
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I know several people that have the electric ones and they said the elec bill went down 60 bucks the first month. I am getting the gas one since that's what I have now. It doesn't have a pilot on all the time so that should save a little too.
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TB, and any other Texans on the thread, hope you're clear of that nasty weather in TX. Keep an eye out and listen to your weather reports. Cowgirl K has a karma pinned thread on it.
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Thanks Nine's for the head's up. We just got home, so I hadn't seen the weather for tonight. We're supposed to get some rain or rain/snow mix, but right now, it's just tiny drizzle.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Glad to hear from you. Kept reading CowgirlK's thread to keep up on it and hope you weren't getting any of the nasty stuff. Stay tuned in though. You know how fast things can change with weather like that and night is the worst. Stay safe!
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You know it!

Flav, as sorry as I am to hear about your hot water heater, and I really am, we got you beat today. Brakes on the car...almost $1000. We bought it used, over a year ago. In the past, all they did was change the pads and didn't calibrate anything or do all the other things they should do. Good thing I won at bingo the other night!
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


ok TB I'll see ya and raise you one! Since we have no hot water heater, we decide to get into the hot tub and at least be able to rinse off, jokes on us, the friggin heater crapped out in the middle of heating the damn thing and that's a few grand cause it also heats the pool, and the tankless system we bought is top of the line 9.5 gal per min got it wholesale with all the required wires and stuff for 1300. So I had a really expensive day!

Mama is the venus retrograde still in effect cause its gonna put me in the poor house! On the bright side, computer, microwave, car, hwh, pool heater, I don't think theres anything else electrical to break
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Hope you guys having crappy weather are staying safe.
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Thanks Nine's for the head's up. We just got home, so I hadn't seen the weather for tonight. We're supposed to get some rain or rain/snow mix, but right now, it's just tiny drizzle.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Glad to hear from you. Kept reading CowgirlK's thread to keep up on it and hope you weren't getting any of the nasty stuff. Stay tuned in though. You know how fast things can change with weather like that and night is the worst. Stay safe!
 Quoting: Nine's


You know it!

Flav, as sorry as I am to hear about your hot water heater, and I really am, we got you beat today. Brakes on the car...almost $1000. We bought it used, over a year ago. In the past, all they did was change the pads and didn't calibrate anything or do all the other things they should do. Good thing I won at bingo the other night!
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


ok TB I'll see ya and raise you one! Since we have no hot water heater, we decide to get into the hot tub and at least be able to rinse off, jokes on us, the friggin heater crapped out in the middle of heating the damn thing and that's a few grand cause it also heats the pool, and the tankless system we bought is top of the line 9.5 gal per min got it wholesale with all the required wires and stuff for 1300. So I had a really expensive day!

Mama is the venus retrograde still in effect cause its gonna put me in the poor house! On the bright side, computer, microwave, car, hwh, pool heater, I don't think theres anything else electrical to break
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Lol Mercury Retrograde has ended! Thank goodness! Not sure what to blame it on now!!
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Thanks Nine's for the head's up. We just got home, so I hadn't seen the weather for tonight. We're supposed to get some rain or rain/snow mix, but right now, it's just tiny drizzle.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Glad to hear from you. Kept reading CowgirlK's thread to keep up on it and hope you weren't getting any of the nasty stuff. Stay tuned in though. You know how fast things can change with weather like that and night is the worst. Stay safe!
 Quoting: Nine's


You know it!

Flav, as sorry as I am to hear about your hot water heater, and I really am, we got you beat today. Brakes on the car...almost $1000. We bought it used, over a year ago. In the past, all they did was change the pads and didn't calibrate anything or do all the other things they should do. Good thing I won at bingo the other night!
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


ok TB I'll see ya and raise you one! Since we have no hot water heater, we decide to get into the hot tub and at least be able to rinse off, jokes on us, the friggin heater crapped out in the middle of heating the damn thing and that's a few grand cause it also heats the pool, and the tankless system we bought is top of the line 9.5 gal per min got it wholesale with all the required wires and stuff for 1300. So I had a really expensive day!

Mama is the venus retrograde still in effect cause its gonna put me in the poor house! On the bright side, computer, microwave, car, hwh, pool heater, I don't think theres anything else electrical to break
 Quoting: flavapor

Looks like you will have to heat up water on the stove for a bath. Think of it as practice in case SHTF at some point. The inline water heaters are cool. My mother in law still talks about the ones in Germany when my hubby was really little. I guess it is normal over there and they have been the standard for many years (hubs is 48 now and they left Germany when he was 5).
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Thanks Nine's for the head's up. We just got home, so I hadn't seen the weather for tonight. We're supposed to get some rain or rain/snow mix, but right now, it's just tiny drizzle.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Glad to hear from you. Kept reading CowgirlK's thread to keep up on it and hope you weren't getting any of the nasty stuff. Stay tuned in though. You know how fast things can change with weather like that and night is the worst. Stay safe!
 Quoting: Nine's


You know it!

Flav, as sorry as I am to hear about your hot water heater, and I really am, we got you beat today. Brakes on the car...almost $1000. We bought it used, over a year ago. In the past, all they did was change the pads and didn't calibrate anything or do all the other things they should do. Good thing I won at bingo the other night!
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


ok TB I'll see ya and raise you one! Since we have no hot water heater, we decide to get into the hot tub and at least be able to rinse off, jokes on us, the friggin heater crapped out in the middle of heating the damn thing and that's a few grand cause it also heats the pool, and the tankless system we bought is top of the line 9.5 gal per min got it wholesale with all the required wires and stuff for 1300. So I had a really expensive day!

Mama is the venus retrograde still in effect cause its gonna put me in the poor house! On the bright side, computer, microwave, car, hwh, pool heater, I don't think theres anything else electrical to break
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Aw Flav, honey, I missed the tankless part before. We wanted to get one a few years ago, but put it off. Got a good deal on a tank and went with that.

worship I concede....you win! Idk about you, but I can do without this stuff. Have a hugs Hope it helps a little.
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ok TB I'll see ya and raise you one! Since we have no hot water heater, we decide to get into the hot tub and at least be able to rinse off, jokes on us, the friggin heater crapped out in the middle of heating the damn thing and that's a few grand cause it also heats the pool, and the tankless system we bought is top of the line 9.5 gal per min got it wholesale with all the required wires and stuff for 1300. So I had a really expensive day!

Mama is the venus retrograde still in effect cause its gonna put me in the poor house! On the bright side, computer, microwave, car, hwh, pool heater, I don't think theres anything else electrical to break
 Quoting: flavapor


Holy Crap, what a mess. Sorry you're going through that Flav. Things sure have been breaking, haven't they? Mama's dryer, then furnace, then TB's car, your dishwasher, computer, water heater, and am probably forgetting something.

Hope things settle down real soon.

But, Flav, like SO and I told you, heat water. How much trouble can it be? And you don't need a pool heated. Just wait for the sun. Seee, a bright side. Yay.

Seriously, hugs to you.
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Thanks everyone.

Nines the pool heater is mostly for the hot tub, we just take the edge off the pool when our crazy northern friends come to florida determined to go home with a suntan. They think 60 is nice weather for swimming, till their you know whats shrivel up to nothing in the freezing water
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And.....

you don't have to deal with the tyrannical husband going bat shit crazy over it all.

I am to lazy to heat water to bathe, tomorrow is workout at my friends house, I am bringing my jammies and taking a shower before leave her house. She doesn't know it yet but that's ok, she's one of my besties.

If you can contort your body and sweat with someone, you can surely borrow their shower in a pinch.
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And.....

you don't have to deal with the tyrannical husband going bat shit crazy over it all.

I am to lazy to heat water to bathe, tomorrow is workout at my friends house, I am bringing my jammies and taking a shower before leave her house. She doesn't know it yet but that's ok, she's one of my besties.

If you can contort your body and sweat with someone, you can surely borrow their shower in a pinch.
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applause2That's a fact!!LOL Been there, done that!
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And.....

you don't have to deal with the tyrannical husband going bat shit crazy over it all.

I am to lazy to heat water to bathe, tomorrow is workout at my friends house, I am bringing my jammies and taking a shower before leave her house. She doesn't know it yet but that's ok, she's one of my besties.

If you can contort your body and sweat with someone, you can surely borrow their shower in a pinch.
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That's how it is with my girlfriends. No need to worry, we do what we can for each other.
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." 有aurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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And.....

you don't have to deal with the tyrannical husband going bat shit crazy over it all.

I am to lazy to heat water to bathe, tomorrow is workout at my friends house, I am bringing my jammies and taking a shower before leave her house. She doesn't know it yet but that's ok, she's one of my besties.

If you can contort your body and sweat with someone, you can surely borrow their shower in a pinch.
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I think my hubby invents new cuss words when things go wrong like that. Kind of like the dad on "A Christmas Story". Lol
"Well-behaved women seldom make history." 有aurel Thatcher Ulrich

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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And.....

you don't have to deal with the tyrannical husband going bat shit crazy over it all.

I am to lazy to heat water to bathe, tomorrow is workout at my friends house, I am bringing my jammies and taking a shower before leave her house. She doesn't know it yet but that's ok, she's one of my besties.

If you can contort your body and sweat with someone, you can surely borrow their shower in a pinch.
 Quoting: flavapor


I know. Just giving you a hard time as usual. No consideration for the fact you're probably ready to tear your hair out. LOL.

There's still a bright side. At least Pete cares and isn't sitting there chugging a brew saying, "heat me up some water Maw, I'm feelin' kinda gritty."

Glad you've got a bestie there close. Means a whole lot in times like these. 8)
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And.....

you don't have to deal with the tyrannical husband going bat shit crazy over it all.

I am to lazy to heat water to bathe, tomorrow is workout at my friends house, I am bringing my jammies and taking a shower before leave her house. She doesn't know it yet but that's ok, she's one of my besties.

If you can contort your body and sweat with someone, you can surely borrow their shower in a pinch.
 Quoting: flavapor


I think my hubby invents new cuss words when things go wrong like that. Kind of like the dad on "A Christmas Story". Lol
 Quoting: Southern OR


lmao Made me laugh out loud. Loved that film and the husband/wife relationship. BUMPUS HOUNDS! HAHAHAHA.
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And.....

you don't have to deal with the tyrannical husband going bat shit crazy over it all.

I am to lazy to heat water to bathe, tomorrow is workout at my friends house, I am bringing my jammies and taking a shower before leave her house. She doesn't know it yet but that's ok, she's one of my besties.

If you can contort your body and sweat with someone, you can surely borrow their shower in a pinch.
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I know. Just giving you a hard time as usual. No consideration for the fact you're probably ready to tear your hair out. LOL.

There's still a bright side. At least Pete cares and isn't sitting there chugging a brew saying, "heat me up some water Maw, I'm feelin' kinda gritty."

Glad you've got a bestie there close. Means a whole lot in times like these. 8)
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Nine's - your turn to make me laugh..."feelin' kinda gritty"!
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Flav--Great price on the tankless. Our tank went out a couple of years ago and plumbers wanted $900 to replace and the tankless was close to $1800 installed. The wife helped me and we installed ourselves for just under $500 for another gas-fired tank type. Fun part was the water clean-up of 3 flooded rooms and a long hallway.

We dodged a bullet in our part of the DFW Metroplex last night. Storms had settled when they got here and left us 1/3" rain. Marble Falls & Galveston both had reports of baseball/softball-sized hail lasting 15-20 minutes. Austin reported 2 1/2" of downpours.

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Flav--Great price on the tankless. Our tank went out a couple of years ago and plumbers wanted $900 to replace and the tankless was close to $1800 installed. The wife helped me and we installed ourselves for just under $500 for another gas-fired tank type. Fun part was the water clean-up of 3 flooded rooms and a long hallway.

We dodged a bullet in our part of the DFW Metroplex last night. Storms had settled when they got here and left us 1/3" rain. Marble Falls & Galveston both had reports of baseball/softball-sized hail lasting 15-20 minutes. Austin reported 2 1/2" of downpours.
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My hubby does contstruction for a living so we went to the plumbing supply place. He is picking it up as we speak, but in the event its not up and running I NEED a shower today!

My hair looks gross
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We have a propane "on demand" tankless water heater that we've used for years. We love it, but it's a little different to get used to than a tank.
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We have a propane "on demand" tankless water heater that we've used for years. We love it, but it's a little different to get used to than a tank.
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that's what I have now too. Whats different? Glad to see you back, how are things going
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Thread: Facts and Explanation of DEFCON Warning System

Guys, if you're following the NK threads and see all the DEFCON postings, please read the OP on this thread before you get too worried. The website most people are citing is NOT an official site. It's just someone's opinion.


OT, Hi, OG!!!!hf
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Thread: Facts and Explanation of DEFCON Warning System

Guys, if you're following the NK threads and see all the DEFCON postings, please read the OP on this thread before you get too worried. The website most people are citing is NOT an official site. It's just someone's opinion.


OT, Hi, OG!!!!hf
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Yes!! I had read that! Thank you for all your contributions to that thread! I know I appreciate it! You have to be careful with all this NK stuff and disinformation and sorting out what is truth!

hugs
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Finally got hot water at midnight last night. The things we take for granted!
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Finally got hot water at midnight last night. The things we take for granted!
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Yay for hot water!!

Hi OG and Mama!
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I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do. ~Edward Everett Hale
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Finally got hot water at midnight last night. The things we take for granted!
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Yay for hot water!!

Hi OG and Mama!
 Quoting: Southern OR


Flava
That us good news! I'm sure that hit shower felt really good too!

Hi SO!!!
Hope you are doing well! hf
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Ok serious question.


My husband has been putting a scoop of knox gelatin in a cup of hot tea at night for months and he says its really helped his back pain. He has herniated discs.

Anyway, we bought more at the restaurant supply store and he said it made the tea really thick, as in had a hard time getting the tea bag out.

Now, a normal person would dump that shit out, but not my hubby, he drinks it and THEN tells me all this.

So I read the label and the stuff we bought is a concentrate. 2.5 oz in a gallon of water or juice makes jello. A gallon of jello.

The stuff he was using was 1 o oz per 8 ounces of water. So.. question is, do you think this will do anything to his intestines?

I just made him drink 2 qts of water, but don't know what else to do?

I don't care if he gets the shits or something, but I don't want him to get a blockage.

Any input? This is gonna be a funny story tomorrow if nothing ends up happening, but right now, I am worried.
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Maybe try and call poison control. They may be able to tell you if that is possible to have internal issues after all that gelatin! Damn Flava, you just can't catch a break down there!
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Ok serious question.


My husband has been putting a scoop of knox gelatin in a cup of hot tea at night for months and he says its really helped his back pain. He has herniated discs.

Anyway, we bought more at the restaurant supply store and he said it made the tea really thick, as in had a hard time getting the tea bag out.

Now, a normal person would dump that shit out, but not my hubby, he drinks it and THEN tells me all this.

So I read the label and the stuff we bought is a concentrate. 2.5 oz in a gallon of water or juice makes jello. A gallon of jello.

The stuff he was using was 1 o oz per 8 ounces of water. So.. question is, do you think this will do anything to his intestines?

I just made him drink 2 qts of water, but don't know what else to do?

I don't care if he gets the shits or something, but I don't want him to get a blockage.

Any input? This is gonna be a funny story tomorrow if nothing ends up happening, but right now, I am worried.
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Oh, my! You guys have really had a month! I'm not 100%, but I think he'll be ok. Think of it like unset, giant jellie beans. How'd he manage to drink it?
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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It shouldn't make him sick, but I just remembered something my husband used to say when he worked for the water dept. The solution to pollution is dilution. I'd make him drink ALOT more water. Magnesium couldn't hurt, either.
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Ok serious question.


My husband has been putting a scoop of knox gelatin in a cup of hot tea at night for months and he says its really helped his back pain. He has herniated discs.

Anyway, we bought more at the restaurant supply store and he said it made the tea really thick, as in had a hard time getting the tea bag out.

Now, a normal person would dump that shit out, but not my hubby, he drinks it and THEN tells me all this.

So I read the label and the stuff we bought is a concentrate. 2.5 oz in a gallon of water or juice makes jello. A gallon of jello.

The stuff he was using was 1 o oz per 8 ounces of water. So.. question is, do you think this will do anything to his intestines?

I just made him drink 2 qts of water, but don't know what else to do?

I don't care if he gets the shits or something, but I don't want him to get a blockage.

Any input? This is gonna be a funny story tomorrow if nothing ends up happening, but right now, I am worried.
 Quoting: flavapor


Oh, my! You guys have really had a month! I'm not 100%, but I think he'll be ok. Think of it like unset, giant jellie beans. How'd he manage to drink it?
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


good question! The other stuff you didn't even know was there, this stuff set up in the hot water, I think I will call poison control like mama suggested

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