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December 17, 2015

Been Busy

Real busy at work and home. Will post pictures of the new bathroom and living room remodeling. Tore up the carpet yesterday in preparation for refinishing the hardwood floors and saw that I have to rip up about two feet of the floor right down to the joists. Wouldn't be celebrating Xmas in the living room this year.

But for today... Steel does not have to melt to bring a building down.


8 comments:

Euripides said...

This argument from the left was one of the stupidest ideas to come along in a long time.

Kid said...

Did you see the vid where it was concluded that:
30 tons of aluminum on each 757 was brought to molten temperature, then poured into a lower floor where sprinklers were still operating and when water is combined with molten aluminum a very powerful explosive gas is generated? This is what caused an explosion and the resulting pile driving collapse of the WTC's.

Let me know and I'll post a link. makes perfect sense.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

How many leftest pussies do you know that work steel?

sig94 said...

Kid - sure... post away.

sig94 said...

Euripides - it seems we never have to wait very long to hear something stupid from the left.

sig94 said...

Odie - steal or steel?

commoncents said...

"That's what Christmas is all about Charlie Brown" - A Charlie Brown Christmas

http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2015/12/thats-what-christmas-is-all-about.html

ps. Would you consider linking to Common Cents??

Kid said...

Here's a short Vid. There are longer ones that go into a lot more detail and show some of the molten aluminum pouring out of one of the corners of the building.

Note there are 30 tons of aluminum on a 757.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gui_ATdfHx4

Makes a lot of sense.