Doors and wall

Originally Posted By: jane molina
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Hello


Two ? , I am gonna sell my house soon and want to know if on the int. doors


the brass hinges are painted , whats the best stuff to remove this paint ?


or is it best to just paint over them . also , I have a brick fireplace that is against the drywall and over time has


pulled away and left small gaps on the sides , what would you recommend


sealing this drywall to brick with?


Thanks Jane


Originally Posted By: psisler
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Hi Jane,


On the brass hinges, I have done some extensive work on homes out here (older than 150 years) that have nice brass hinges. I recommend a citrus base paint remover. Follow the directions and use 0000 steel wool for stubborn areas. I have always got great results.

On the brick to wall, I might get a qualified mason to find out why the brick has come away from the wall. It could be shrinkage and the solution would be mortar in a mortar bag to fill the gaps. But the mason would be your best bet first.

The hinge cleaning will take some time so be patient, they always look so much better without the paint on them. Good luck.

Regards,

Patrick M. Sisler


Originally Posted By: tvargas
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Thanks Patrick I agree


Originally Posted By: kwilliams
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Hey Tony, you forgot to log out and log back in as Jane icon_wink.gif looks like jane and tony are one person


Unique ID: D908-53-43BB49



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http://www.nachi.org/convention2006.htm

Originally Posted By: kwilliams
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Member - MAB


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Originally Posted By: jbehling
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Busted


Originally Posted By: cmccann
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Originally Posted By: kwilliams
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funny that Tony posted a photo of Jane and said he saw her


win 2nd place in a contest ! and then removed the photo


because she was embarrassed… now that is funny…


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Originally Posted By: dvalley
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The same ID # doesn’t necessarily mean that it?s the same person.


John Bowman and I had the same number one day last month. I really don?t understand how the ID system works.


I read Chris? explanation of this ID format three times but I found myself scratching my head after reading.



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Originally Posted By: jstevens
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Jane just might be his wife. Anyone think of that?


Originally Posted By: rray
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I have some employees who visit the NACHI boards using broadband connected to my company computer network, so they could have posted at any time without me knowing it. Now I shall have to go check all those unique ID’s to see if any of them are playing games. Nah. We’re too busy for that. And I’m too busy for that.


Originally Posted By: jbehling
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jstevens wrote:
Jane just might be his wife. Anyone think of that?


Then why would she ask questions here, when her hubby should know the answers?

Maybe it was the tough ones, like what is curing concrete?

http://www.nachi.org/bbsystem/viewtopic.php?t=6341


Originally Posted By: rmoore
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There’s a cure for concrete? icon_eek.gif


Originally Posted By: psmothers
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Look at “Jane’s” post history. Every answeared post by Tony has the same id number.



Foxe Smothers


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"A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer."
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Originally Posted By: rray
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Foxe, good to see you’re a NACHI member again.


Maybe she didn't like her hubby's answer. Or maybe hubby was not available and she needed an answer now. Or maybe she is hubby's alter ego. Ah, what the heck--maybe she is hubby.


Originally Posted By: dvalley
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If you look closely you’ll notice that Mike Garcia has the same ID# also.


So now we've got three different names with one ID#. Can any one tell me what's going on?
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Originally Posted By: Im Banned
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Yes, what is going on?


Maybe it is a conspiracy!!

I wonder how many people live in that house?

Is the BBsystem slightly faulted?

Call them on the phone to find out!


Originally Posted By: cmccann
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OMG, you need some help, and fast!!! aiwebs_005.gif



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Originally Posted By: phinsperger
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Both Jane and Tony have the same typing style. For example, Look closely at the spaces put directly before periods and commas. Definitely more frequent that most people. Not only that but Tony uses spaces before commas 2.58 times more often than he uses spaces before periods. Jane uses spaces before commas 2.71 times more often than she uses spaces before periods.


When Jane's true appearance was questioned, Tony defended it by saying he knew that was her as he saw her perform. http://www.nachi.org/bbsystem/viewtopic.php?p=67118#67118
As Kevin pointed out both Jane and Tony have posted with the same Unique ID: D908-53-43BB49

Tony Joined Board: 09 Apr 2004 Made first post May 18, 2004 10:37am
Jane Joined Board: 18 May 2004 Made first post May 18, 2004 11:24am

CONCLUSION
In all likelihood, Tony and Jane are the same person. Does it matter? Why would (s)he do this?

If he is really Tony also pretending to be Jane - more likely
Does Tony think a woman will get more help/response from a predominately male organization. Does Tony feel that some questions he should know and is just to embarrassed to ask himself?

If she is really Jane also pretending to be Tony - less likely
Does Jane feel that she would get more respect in a predominately male organization if she pretends to be male?

Either of these doesn't say much for us does it?

Or
He or she could just be having some fun at our expense. Or there could perhaps be some sort of social/mental problem for which I hope (s)he receives proper treatment. Although the content of the posts from both of them do not lead me to belive either of these are the case.


SO...
Let Tony be Jane or Jane be Tony or whoever they what to be. Both are polite and have posted only relevant questions and answers without bashing, condescending, or belittling any individual or organization and have so far contributed positively to this board.

Moving on.... ![icon_smile.gif](upload://b6iczyK1ETUUqRUc4PAkX83GF2O.gif)


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here !

Originally Posted By: psmothers
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Funny that both Tony and Jane have answeared Mikes post.


PS Hi Jeff


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"A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer."
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