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Old 12th September 2004, 11:22 PM   #11
BillFitzmaurice is offline BillFitzmaurice  United States
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Let me guess you drive a Ford F150 with a "guns don't kill people, people kill people" bumpersticker.
Like all the inhabitants of the best State in the Union my license plate reads: 'Live Free or Die.' A notion we take quite seriously.

We don't call it God's Country because we're Bible thumpers. It's because He took a look around heaven and found it wanting, so he up and moved here. Got his own private island on Lake Winnepesaukee, which was just named the best place in the US to live; God just figured it out a bit sooner than the rest of the world.

As to the intelligence of anyone who lives in our neighbor to the south, a few weeks ago Taxachusetts had a 'sales tax free day'. One lousy day. Whoopie. New Hampshire has no sales tax 365 1/4 days a year, and no income tax either. And you call the inhabitants of Massachusetts relatively intelligent? Compared to where? Mississippi?
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Old 13th September 2004, 05:27 PM   #12
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Oh no. It's Mass vs. NH. I am happy to say that I grew up in NH and made the escape to Mass. Granted, I'm on the border, but I made it. Actually, they both suck in their own unique ways.

On topic: is there any particular place that is better to purchase dampening materials? The stuff at PartsExpress seems expensive. Is their any "equivalent" that I can pick up at Home Depot for cheaper that will do 90% of what the real stuff does?
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Old 13th September 2004, 09:09 PM   #13
BillFitzmaurice is offline BillFitzmaurice  United States
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It depends on what you're doing, but in both cases WallyWorld rules. Use inch thick upholstery batting for panels large enough that you can access them and staple it in place. Where the interior is too irregular for lining and stuffing is required, or for TLs, use pillow stuffing. Housewares department.

There is one deficiency to NH: you can't get a good pizza. Small price to pay for a better quailty of life, and don't confuse anything south of Manchester with the real New Hampshire; that parcel is reserved for and inhabited by transplanted flatlanders.
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