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Old 12-29-2010, 11:51 PM   #21
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Well, I was going to respond but then I realized I wasn't a professional.
Hey Leo, could you please delete this post?
Consider it deleted.

Leo, would you delete this post too?
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Old 12-29-2010, 11:53 PM   #22
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You gauh some 'splainen ta do now.

On with it man.

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Ok, I'll give some and hopefully, you will give some back. If I draw all the moiisture out of a banana, what happens? If I draw all the moisture out of glue, what happen and what is left if you do draw all the moisture from the glue holding carpet to the floor?

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Ok, I'll give some and hopefully, you will give some back. If I draw all the moiisture out of a banana, what happens? If I draw all the moisture out of glue, what happens and what is left if you do draw all the glue from the glue holding carpet to the floor?
really...?
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Old 12-29-2010, 11:56 PM   #24
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A post above and one below seem to realize that moisture can be a good thing. While I can prove such, is it not better is they figure it out?

Giving away knowledge is never appreciated, while helping others to discover for. Themselves is. Please allow for such, thank you.
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Old 12-29-2010, 11:59 PM   #25
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Consider it deleted.

Leo, would you delete this post too?
You are professionals...so NO
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Ok, I'll give some and hopefully, you will give some back. If I draw all the moiisture out of a banana, what happens? If I draw all the moisture out of glue, what happen and what is left if you do draw all the moisture from the glue holding carpet to the floor?
Not all glues are water based and therefor have no moisture in them.

I knew a girl that could do that to a banana
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Not all glues are water based and therefor have no moisture in them.

I knew a girl that could do that to a banana
I'd like to meet her.
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Ok, I'll give some and hopefully, you will give some back.
Give me some cash and then keep you hopes up.
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Old 12-30-2010, 12:34 AM   #30
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OK, I think this thread has run it's course. Any objections to pulling the plug? Hearing none, it will close in 6 minutes.
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Uh oh twenty minutes and no new post.
What gives?

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No objections your Honor.

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