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Posted by Anthony Matonak on September 13, 2007, 2:45 am
 
bealiba@gmail.com wrote:
...

Sure, the house is comfortable but what about the people in it?

I'm reminded of a cartoon showing two guys in Hell with the
caption, "...but it's a dry heat."

Anthony

Posted by bealiba on September 13, 2007, 10:09 am
 
On Sep 13, 12:45 pm, Anthony Matonak

Well we're happy with the performance. And that is the test. What you
think is not important.

Your word games are, well, sad really.


Posted by Anthony Matonak on September 13, 2007, 8:26 pm
 bealiba@gmail.com wrote:

It's all a question of perspective, isn't it? The Sun contains some 99%+
of the mass of the solar system and yet I can blot it out with my thumb
at arms length. What I think is of ultimate importance, to me.

(This has also been demonstrated by "I'm crushing your head".)

You are attempting to hold up your home as a monument to your house
design and construction prowess. Clearly what I, or anyone reading
your post, think is of importance or you would not have written it. *

Clearly your happiness is entirely subjective and you have a conflict
of interest when judging your own handiwork. This makes the statement
effectively useless.


Well, I'm happy with their performance and that IS the test.

Anthony
--
For instance, what other people think about my leaping over medium
sized buildings in a single bound, driving beautiful cars and dating
fast women is of no importance to me. This is why I don't write
about these things.

Posted by bealiba on September 13, 2007, 11:30 pm
 On Sep 14, 6:26 am, Anthony Matonak

See even you can learn. Important to you is not important to me.


Yeah. And it still does not need AC. Amerkins have come to regard AC
as a given in house design. Why?
Nick puts up a design. If built it would be odds on favorite that AC
would be added within the first year.


Ah, you wish. The house still does not need AC to make it comfortable
to live in.

Yes. That is sure obvious. Some people are easy to please.

Ah, the Amerkin dream is alive and well.



Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on September 14, 2007, 12:32 am
 On Thu, 13 Sep 2007 12:26:20 -0800, Anthony Matonak


<chuckle> Now that you mention it, Ghio and Tyzik seem to share the
same frustration with the world. Add head-crushing to the list of
things that are more useful than ghinius posts.

Wayne

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