Re: Georgia Flood
> In article <email@example.com>, Nosey
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Snake-Pit #51 got flooded on Tuesday.
> Uh, aren't you supposed to get a permit turn a residence into a
> watersports venue?
I believe that's only needed for commercial parks. I guess I could charge
the local kids admission but it's still a bit too cold out for that kind of
thing. I don't want to keep the water park motif in the garage until spring.
> That's a real drag. I had to deal with a couple exploded lines in my
> house a few years back, and that was at 80 pounds pressure. My toilet
> supply lines are now those pre-made braided steel lines, like you see
> on race engines. I bought them because I was sure they were worth some
> horsepower on the can, and what real man can't use that?
The toilet now has a mandrel bent chromed supply line.
> Sorry, just trying to cheer you up in my own sick way. Weren't you
> in Texas? How come I can't seem to keep track of you? The Feds closing
> in? Damn, there I go again.
I retired in November and moved back into my home in Atlanta. I was renting
an apartment while I was in Texas. My squadron in Atlanta decommissioned in
June 2004 and I only had 14 months left to retirement. My wife had a good
job here, my oldest daughter was in college here, and my youngest daughter
was starting her senior year in high school. Instead of moving the whole
family I went to Texas alone.
> Well, at least you have insurance. You can ask them why this crap
> always happens when you are running errands.
I have insurance but the deductible is $500 and the plumbing bill was $350.
The plumbing part isn't covered by our insurance so that's $850 already
spent. The wife wants some upgrades too. We are thinking about putting a
tile floor in the bathroom and replacing the carpeting with hardwood. While
the workmen are here she wants them to remodel the master bath too. I want
better lighting and some additional electrical outlets for the garage. We'll
see how much it's going to cost in the end.