Hi I have a question, and I am new member.

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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 9:38 am » by jetxvii


lolwtf wrote:I'm from Isanti County.


Not familiar, I was from st. cloud MN up until about 2 years ago.

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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 9:49 am » by Lolwtf


ahh st.cloud yeah I used to go there for college, but then I switched campuses. what made you move all the way to Chicago?

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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 10:06 am » by jetxvii


lolwtf wrote:ahh st.cloud yeah I used to go there for college, but then I switched campuses. what made you move all the way to Chicago?


Work in the construction field. lets just say that isn't going so well either, but I do what I can from time to time to get by. that's one advantage at having a good skill.

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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 10:25 am » by Lolwtf


Good for you man, the construction industry is a good place to work! My buddys do roofing and they like the pay. everyones doing what they can to get by, its hard when the odds are stacked against you if you know what im saying. (economy, job loss, etc..)

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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 1:27 pm » by Zegtelzegtel


lolwtf wrote:Good for you man, the construction industry is a good place to work! My buddys do roofing and they like the pay. everyones doing what they can to get by, its hard when the odds are stacked against you if you know what im saying. (economy, job loss, etc..)


well here in france in my house on the country side I have the same problem,when it rains a couple of days the water is just like yours...brownish... dont drink it man, just buy some clear water.
Im not sure that its caused by rust....I think that its the dirt, on the bottom of the huge tanks, when it rains a lot, the dirt is mixing up with the clear water.....and bingo..
But honestly Im not a water system expert....they always can analyse it for you.. :cheers:

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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 2:14 pm » by Electrobadgr


I have had brown water on occasion too, i am told it is completely harmless and is something to do with peat in the water supply in ruralish areas, don't know if there's truth in that or not but as it comes out of drinking water taps which don't use copper pipes i don't know if it is rust. Im no scientist though:)

@Domdabears, I read the thread when you called Jet a faggot and found it to be unacceptable behaviour from a so called moderator. Not very moderate is it?... If you don't like "Know it all internet geeks" then maybe you should reconsider your post as a moderator?

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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 2:31 pm » by Drextin


having the same water system that hydrants have is not really any concern........they just displace the water sent their way like your faucets.

of course when they flush the system and the hydrants reservoir backs up into your home then it does become a problem. i've heard of neighborhoods having this happen after a a home has caught fire and the firefighters used the hydrants.

the water isn't deadly but it is stagnated and rust filled.............i wouldn't take the chance though. i would call a fire station. i'd trust their opinion before i would the local water company.

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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 3:30 pm » by domdabears


electrobadgr wrote:
@Domdabears, I read the thread when you called Jet a faggot and found it to be unacceptable behaviour from a so called moderator. Not very moderate is it?... If you don't like "Know it all internet geeks" then maybe you should reconsider your post as a moderator?





good for you sally. i dont care what you think.
and im just worried so much about not being a mod anymore. no. please dont. ide rather not be one so i could just say what i want like the rest of the people here. fuck off bitch. :owned:
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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 3:51 pm » by Boondox681


it could be as simple as rust or dirty pipes,but remember a few months ago,a denver family was able to start their normal looking tap water on fire.you never know what's in anything anymore.
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PostFri Oct 16, 2009 3:57 pm » by Electrobadgr


Ooh hostility.....nice!! I have the upmost respect for the mods on here, they deserve it. You however are a penis, spurting hateful jizz on the stomach of Dtv. Be careful not to get spunk in your eye now, a kleenexe wont clean that up :mrcool:
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