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Small, energy efficient AC fridge/freezer for one person? by Tanya Quinn
"ares" wrote in message ... Wondering why you don't have the fridge more full than that; do you eat canned stuff or eat out alot? We have a large fridge, large chest freezer, and everything's almost always about full for 3...
June 30th 03 11:56 PM
by Tanya Quinn Go to last post
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Lawnmower tips by Albert Wagner
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 08:35:34 -0400 Pat Meadows wrote: snip Ditto. There is no way I could push a mower any more. I have probably gone through several dozen mowers over the years and today own my all time favorite: 6hp Toro Personal Pace.
June 30th 03 09:02 PM
by Anthony Giorgianni Go to last post
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Not exactly frugal, but interesting by Nick Pine
From: French Government Tourist Office Subject: E-News from France - June 2003 edition Mike's Bike Tours introduces Segway Tours After five years of guiding thousands of English-speaking visitors through Paris on bicycle, Mike's Bike Tours has just added trendy technology to their...
June 30th 03 08:23 PM
by Nick Pine Go to last post
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DO not call list new Question? by Bob Harvey
On Sat, 28 Jun 2003 22:12:41 -0500, Bev wrote: I stopped my long distance service and went with Onesuite. I also set it up where I don't have to key in a PIN number from the locations I dial from most often, so I'm very happy with it. I can remember having long distance bills in the...
June 30th 03 06:43 PM
by Bob Harvey Go to last post
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free and inexpensive PC's in St Louis by Steve Burns
Web Innovations and Technology Services (WITS) is a non profit organization that collects donated old computers for recycling. Read more at http://witsinc.org/witsinc/index.html Our computers are not state of the art but are good enough for most internet and home applications. We use student...
June 30th 03 02:12 PM
by Steve Burns Go to last post
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Coffee machine question by Connie
"Chloe" writes: You do realize that in terms of starting up extended (and incredibly boring and repetitive) threads this is on a par with welfare moms, the Keeper, and tipping the pizza delivery guy, right? LOL! p.s. It's only funny because it's true... Connie---
June 30th 03 01:13 PM
by Connie Go to last post
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1.6 Gallon toilet- how long before it will pay for itself? by Cindy B.
On Tue, 17 Jun 2003 18:48:26 GMT, user wrote: I keep seeing all these complaints about 1.6 gallon toilets, and am curious - we installed a bottom-of-the-line Toto from the local Big Box store in our rec-room bathroom. I think it cost $120.00. And we've never, ever,...
June 29th 03 07:28 AM
by Joann M. Hnat Go to last post
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Sen. Orrin Hatch wants to blow up your computer! by Dissident
Albert Wagner wrote: On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 10:32:44 GMT Dissident wrote: Albert Wagner wrote: More than likely the model will be confiscation as they do now when they"suspect" that you are somehow involved in drugs. The computers will all end up belonging to the...
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June 28th 03 06:38 PM
by Dissident Go to last post
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overconsumptie beu ? by JoVe
overconsumptie en verspilling beu ? op het einde van je wedde nog altijd een stukje maand over ? probeer eens een andere aanpak www.krentenier.be
June 27th 03 12:58 PM
by Fred Go to last post
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Insulation for small, earth-sheltered cabin??? by Toby
(Nick Pine) wrote in message Wrong again, Tobe. Grammar is spelled with two a's, and the 1998 Schaum's Outline on Heat Transfer says air is R5.5 per inch for downward heatflow. Please stop spreading confusion. Your writings are far worse than useless. Downward heatflow thru what??? You're...
June 24th 03 10:04 PM
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