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The whole "running water" thing is so overrated.


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#1 Dusty

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Posted 21 October 2006 - 02:59 PM

[line].Dear Samurai Master,

I would like to post my tribulations with installing, uninstalling, reinstalling and general tug of war with the (adult language) that is being sold to the do it yourself consumer by Delta, Moen, Price Fister, Kohler, Peerless, American Standard and a few others that have, maybe, not pissed me off too badly yet.  Read:  I need to vent.

It is my hope that perhaps my journey may serve some of your readers that they need not bushwack the faucet landscape but enjoy actual, clean running water.  Read:  I've learned a few things.

No retailer wants me to post an experience that involves more than one manufacturer.  And while they are asking for my judgement, they don't really want me to be judgemental. However, I insist the story's moral(s) are best understood in context.  Since I know that you are a seeker of truth, waging a never ending war on bulls  t, I write to ask:  May I put my story here?

working title: The whole "running water" thing is so overrated.  A heart wrenching tale of a girl, a year and the depths of evil conjured by consumer plumbing trim manufactures.

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Posted 21 October 2006 - 03:55 PM

I don't speak for the Samurai, but your tale of woe sounds interesting.

Nick

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