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Old 06-12-2013, 02:26 PM   #5401
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i think that's a pot, and another pot. kettles are for boiling water, that's for steeping tea. just sayin...i drink a lot of tea.
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Old 06-12-2013, 02:30 PM   #5402
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Old 06-12-2013, 02:31 PM   #5403
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just play any of the baby/house/woman/monstertruck cards.

and whats with you guys with nonrunning subarus having big trucks? is there causality or is it just coincidence?

Mine was initially for delivering parts and pulling the car around. However I barely deliver parts anymore, I mainly throw the dogs in it and go to country concerts and mud jamboree's. Cause that is what you do with a big truck.. Dangle dangle left turn dangle
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Old 06-12-2013, 03:01 PM   #5404
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Old 06-12-2013, 03:07 PM   #5405
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and that is a ceramic or cast iron(unlikely, lugs are too large for iron) POT not for boiling the water, but for steeping the tea. they are different devices for different functions. and are separated thus specifically for their thermal properties.

its like calling a piston a valve, buddy. not for the sake of argument, but clarification and enlightenment.

and preemptively, a piston can be a valve, but the pot depicted, is not for boiling water.

also, unlike your mother, neither of those is blackened from the open fires that started that colloquialism..
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Old 06-12-2013, 03:24 PM   #5406
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and that is a ceramic or cast iron(unlikely, lugs are too large for iron) POT not for boiling the water, but for steeping the tea. they are different devices for different functions. and are separated thus specifically for their thermal properties.

its like calling a piston a valve, buddy. not for the sake of argument, but clarification and enlightenment.

and preemptively, a piston can be a valve, but the pot depicted, is not for boiling water.

also, unlike your mother, neither of those is blackened from the open fires that started that colloquialism..


If it was cast iron, you could totally use it to boil water.
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Old 06-12-2013, 03:57 PM   #5407
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maybe if you wanted to boil it only 1/4 full. otherwise spout feeds below the water line, which is obvious to even the casual observer. even if you didn't know anything about tea.

and if you did know anything about tea, you don't want to keep it at boiling, but once the water goes through the tea, below boiling or you'll get PH change and bitterness. so a secondary vessel is the way to get good tea. if it was cast iron it'd keep the water too hot, too long. as an aside, most iron pots made in the past 1500 years are enameled as well and that fukker is obviously enameled. so no, you couldn't use it to boil potable water or put it on a fire without setting itself ablaze or being caustic.

we could also hammer nails into walls with your head, but it's not the right tool for the job.

arguing for the sake of arguing!! you're ignoring the obvious!
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Old 06-12-2013, 04:47 PM   #5408
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maybe if you wanted to boil it only 1/4 full. otherwise spout feeds below the water line
Maybe I'm missing something obvious but I don't understand why you can't boil water at a level higher than the spout feed.

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most iron pots made in the past 1500 years are enameled as well and that fukker is obviously enameled. so no, you couldn't use it to boil potable water or put it on a fire without setting itself ablaze or being caustic.
So these shouldn't be put on a fire?
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Old 06-12-2013, 05:00 PM   #5409
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Maybe I'm missing something obvious but I don't understand why you can't boil water at a level higher than the spout feed.

Because percolator that's why
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Old 06-12-2013, 05:06 PM   #5410
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So when is your POS going to be running?
Progress has been made. Its at Moore getting pieced together. Hopefully the engine is completely in next week. The turbo has been ordered, no eta on that.

My summer estimation for getting it started is probably not gonna happen.

I will at least be able to begin the wiring once motor is in. But, my wife wants me to rewire my whole house first. I told her that burning smell when everything is plugged in is no big deal, trust me im an electrician. She didnt find that humorous.

Jason, as far as big trucks, they manage to not fall apart as fast when managing the wonderfully smooth Pennsylvania roads, and you can put a bunch of junk in them at one time, and who wants a little truck anyway?
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Old 06-12-2013, 05:53 PM   #5411
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i'm now arguing for the sake of it. the iron pot in the pic is probably enameled. the enamel on teapots sucks. all of it. haven't found one cast iron, even thousand dollar teapot, that's proper ceramic enamel. my brother does have a hand made japanese cast iron teapot. which he ordered non-enameled. and iv'e bought many cars, put together for less than what he paid for it. he could boil water with it, but that's all beside the point that your quick google image search image was misrepresentative.
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Old 06-12-2013, 09:41 PM   #5412
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Because percolator that's why

IDK. This diagram seems to show water boiling above the spout feed level. So I don't get what Jason meant by only being able boil water at a 1/4 level. Then again, I haven't really boiled much water in my life so perhaps I should take the water boiling masta's word for it.

Well, I hope this discussion has been entertaining for the reader. Tune in next week when we discuss which is the more manlier of leisure activities; knitting or basketweaving. We'll even report the results of our viewer poll on which type of stitch is the best. I myself am partial to the Chevron & Feather stitch but let's see what you, the viewers, say. Till then, zip it up, and zip it out!

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Old 06-13-2013, 11:49 AM   #5413
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IDK. This diagram seems to show water boiling above the spout feed level. So I don't get what Jason meant by only being able boil water at a 1/4 level. Then again, I haven't really boiled much water in my life so perhaps I should take the water boiling masta's word for it.

Well, I hope this discussion has been entertaining for the reader. Tune in next week when we discuss which is the more manlier of leisure activities; knitting or basketweaving. We'll even report the results of our viewer poll on which type of stitch is the best. I myself am partial to the Chevron & Feather stitch but let's see what you, the viewers, say. Till then, zip it up, and zip it out!
Well you got me there. My perc only heats under the riser tube but its electric. High water mark is def higher than the spout feed. I've got nothing.

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Old 06-13-2013, 12:59 PM   #5414
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if water is boiling, steam evacuation. it's a thing.
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if water is boiling, steam evacuation. it's a thing.
So you assume the kettle has a sealed lid?
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doesnt' have to be sealed, just a remotely close fitting lid. doesn't take much pressure to blow water out the spout. surface area inside: surface area in the spout
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It didn't take much pressure for your mom to blow my spout.
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doesnt' have to be sealed, just a remotely close fitting lid. doesn't take much pressure to blow water out the spout. surface area inside: surface area in the spout
What if the lid isn't closed? Then you won't get pressure build up inside.
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Old 06-13-2013, 03:41 PM   #5419
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I think this is one of the dumbest arguments to date.

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yeah i'm not even feeling it. we're just going through the motions.

here shek you win a tatoo!


bring those hubs by and lets have a beer or something.
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:36 PM   #5421
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Oh yeah. Next weekend perhaps.

OK, new discussion. If you have adequate RAM, is there any point to running a page/swap file in Windows 7? Define 'adequate'. 8GB for typical use adequate?

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I don't like this one.
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howabout we just argue about what to argue about?

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Too effin' weird to not share...
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howabout we just argue about what to argue about?
I disagree...

Oh ****, we just argued about whether we should argue about what to argue.
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