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Kumba 3 days ago on 12/16/14
domminess said:
OH WOW THANK YOU SO MUCH! I'm so happy! They would have gotten the money whether my goal was reached or not, but I'm so happy it was actually reached!

No problem :)


domminess said:
PS:I think Bladen county may be covered by a different bank? I'm not sure since this one covers so much.

Maybe there's a Fayetteville-specific food bank that handles the city and surrounding suburbs? Bladen, Cumberland, Robeson, and Hoke all look like they're not covered by the CENC Food Bank. Pretty much all of Fayetteville's suburbs, so it fits. Just seemed like a ...

This is a reply to the thread "My Virtual Food Drive" by domminess, posted in Gen. Chat

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Kumba 3 days ago on 12/16/14
Goal reached!

Kinda surprised they don't cover Bladen County at all (going by the little map in their logo). That's one of the poorest counties in NC.

This is a reply to the thread "My Virtual Food Drive" by domminess, posted in Gen. Chat

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Kumba 2 months ago on 10/19/14
Updated: 50 days ago on 10/30/14
Pudduh said:
The game is also going to be live on NBC for everyone else to tune in and watch :D

Starts at 2:30pm -- some people are complaining that NBC has failed to promote this event as good as they could have. I don't always watch NBC, but I've yet to see a commercial aired for it on the local NBC channel. [addendum] The national media over here has been incredibly slow to pick up on this event. Finally got an NY Times article today:
http://...nytimes.com/...tch-than-against-new-zealand.html

I suspect the Giants winning the Wor ...

This is a reply to the thread "All Blacks to play USA Eagles at Soldiers Field." by Pudduh, posted in News & For Sale

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Kumba 2 months ago on 09/21/14
Am I the only one who didn't immediately think of the movie "Snatch" upon reading this?

This is a reply to the thread "So I bought a house..." by Pudduh, posted in Gen. Chat

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Kumba 3 months ago on 09/17/14
Orin Sempton said:

Check the wood regularly for rot and for weird stains and mold. Keep it somewhat clean, don't let crap pile up on it. Sweeping is your best friend.

Check to see if it's still sealed by dropping some water on it. If water beads, you're ...


Looks like the wood is splitting a little bit. The Mid-Atlantic area has some weird freeze-thaw cycles at random which doesn't make decks happy. I took the easy way out and got a vinyl deck installed. Not cheap, but virtually zero maintenance.

This is a reply to the thread "Home Improvement/DIY" by domminess, posted in Gen. Chat

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Kumba 4 months ago on 07/28/14
Part of me wonders if the stories of the Expanded Universe are the only thing getting tossed out, and perhaps some of the characters will remain, simply retold with different stories, relationships to other characters, new backgrounds/histories, etc. That would fit with the old books getting renamed to "Legends", and the fact that Episode VII takes place 30 years after RotJ.

Kinda like Tenchi Muyo. There's what? Three or so different variations of that series, all the same characters, but different circumstances, stories, events?

This is a reply to the thread "ITT: i blow your mind" by Lord Not-To-Fucked-With, posted in Otaku Chat

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Kumba 5 months ago on 07/20/14
PS, this is Mike Holmes. He's the Canadian equivalent of Superman, except instead of jumping over buildings, he fixes them. DIY and HGTV runs his shows a lot, especially Tuesdays on DIY. He's not a big advocate of DIY stuff, but his approach is that, if you are going to DIY, then be smart about it and don't hesitate to call in the experts if you're not really, really sure about something.

This is a reply to the thread "Home Improvement/DIY" by domminess, posted in Gen. Chat

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Kumba 5 months ago on 07/20/14
For those tackling wiring, some quick tips:

- Most US and Canadian homes require a minimum of 15A branch circuits. 20A for bathrooms and kitchen counter top sockets. Kitchen sockets should be on a minimum of two branch circuits (that is, two breakers or fuses). US kitchen sockets can be 15A sockets on 20A circuits, but Canadian code requires 20A sockets on 20A circuits.

- Refrigerators, garbage disposals, dishwashers, microwaves, washing machines and sump pumps should be on dedicated circuits, usually 20A.

- 14-gauge wire for 15A circuits, 12-gauge for 20A circuits. It's okay to p ...

This is a reply to the thread "Home Improvement/DIY" by domminess, posted in Gen. Chat

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Kumba 5 months ago on 07/20/14
fukkake said:
When we bought the house the guy said that there was water that comes in every once in a while when a good storm comes around. I thought OK, a puddle here or there isn't so bad!...It is like a whole basement floor puddle. So, I am pretty sure an investment into a Sump Pump will be a huge project for us this year.


I'd get that looked into ASAP. If water is penetrating your house's foundation, then that means you not only lack a sump pump (or have one that isn't working), but your drainage tile system is not working. That water seeping in is going to slowly erode the ...

This is a reply to the thread "Home Improvement/DIY" by domminess, posted in Gen. Chat

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Kumba 5 months ago on 07/11/14
Speaking of the All Blacks, in a way:
http://...cnn.com/...w-zealand-787-9-dreamliner/index.html

CNN said:
(CNN) -- A near all-black Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner has been delivered to launch customer Air New Zealand, giving Boeing fans and aviation nerds a dramatic introduction to this latest model of the fuel-efficient plane.

This is a reply to the thread "All Blacks to play USA Eagles at Soldiers Field." by Pudduh, posted in News & For Sale

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