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I believe we can come to a compromise here. Joey commissioned me to make a video which show-cased your affection for the K-60. The price we agreed on was the actual cost of the production plus $5,000. What with SAG commitments, props, property rentals, travel, permits and editing we went slightly over the allotted $15,000. However, I did agreed to only charge Joey $20,000 for the entire package. How about you just buy me lunch one day at the Apple Pan and we will call it even?
"Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony
"why can't the manufactures of no hub, epoxy coat the inside of the pipe and fittings thus giving us an approved pipe that will never pit"
2) EPA restrictions.
3) Interesting idea. Why don't you send an email to CISPI asking that question, Rick?
I too would be very interested to hear where it is you are buying non-low flush water closets.
While I agree we need to work out drainage issues with the low flush water closets I believe they are needed. I recall when we went from the standard 5-gallon flush water closets to the 3.5-gallon water closets and everyone said they would never work. Now we have reduced down to the 1.5 gallon flush and it will take time to perfect them.
Assume each member of your family flushes a water closet 4-times each day every day of the year. That would total 11,680 flushes annually. Now consider the savings of 3.5-gallons per flush and you are saving 40,880-gallons each year just with your family flushing toilets. As good clean sources of water become harder and harder to find we all have the responsibility to conserve where we can.
Thanks for the response,
1) I never stated that I was installing or buying "non low flush"
Pretty much my point was that NOW the plumbing industry is basically going down the drain with all this "eco friendly crap"
Sure , reducing water on ANY toilet saves water , BUT crap, poop., or whatever you want to call it is NOT something this nation should be getting cheezy on...
Should we all go back to out houses since they use less water....
My point is this , Poop needs to go down the drain well and we don't need MORE stopages , we need powerful toilets.....
As Americans we dump our "half empty" beverages down the drain all day long ( soda , tea, etc , ALL water based )
So MARK, let me ask you this....
You going to start saving all your "half empty" beverages?
Come on guys, Am I REALLY the only one that thinks having a POWERFUL flush is worth something?
Oh and don't give me that "low flush toilets" are just as powerful...
Eco friendly my *** these toilets are.......
We have a nation of $4.00 cups of coffee ( STARBUCKS ETC ) , YET we are worried about a few ounces of water a day when we flush....
What happened to "Plumbing is the health of the nation"
Would you be satisfied if your doctor only washed his hands once a day because that saves water?
How about if places like Amtrack took the faucets out of the train bathrooms?
That would save water,...
Mark, This post wasn't exactly aimed at you , BUT when we started "restricting" our water use for HEALTH reasons, personally that scares the hell out of me...
Oh one more thing for the "low water use"
Lets install "low flush" BUT add a radiant heat system.....HA!!! ...so much for saving water........
Anyone ever hear of slippers?,,that would be "more green" and eco friendly then radiant heat,....
Anyhow , Thanks for reading , and have fun ganging up on me for my radical views ,