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    It is behind the building, no one will see it!

    As I came out of an health clinic front door after some tests, that is the first thing that I saw. I almost went back in to get my eyes tested.

    Pierre
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    mechanical abstract art
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    wow ?

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    they started out straight..... then the building sunk 8 feet.....
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    That's what happens when the wall finish is after the piping job.
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    Looks good from my house he said and got in the van.
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    NICE
    "Can't see it from my house"

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    Looks like someone left the tubing cutters at home.
    Relax, all right? My old man is a television repairman, he's got this ultimate set of tools. I can fix it.

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    why don't people use hard pipe...its not that difficult and really easier to handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    why don't people use hard pipe...its not that difficult and really easier to handle.
    because they would have to cut that too which aparently was not bid into the final price.

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    Wink Multi-functional engineering

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    Quote Originally Posted by caymancl View Post
    As I came out of an health clinic front door after some tests, that is the first thing that I saw. I almost went back in to get my eyes tested.

    Pierre
    Well Pierre, I had to go take a look for myself.

    Lennox units, I wonder who that is
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