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Old 04-27-2005, 05:31 PM   #91
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Re: dear parrot im dropping my vett off tonight so

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Originally posted by cosmo
my rug instaler guy can fix the problem

will he be sucessful in moveing the carpet up 3/8 inch and staple it to stay correct

cos i want a corect carpet job
Dear Cosmo,

Thank you for your question. I believe you have a very good judge of character. This was proven when you commented on that Chevy dealer that was posting here about that wrecked corvette. Therefore, I think you found that right person. You can smell a rat when you see one. This guy is probably cool so I feel he will be successful with your installation!

Thank you for writing in, Cosmo!

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Old 04-27-2005, 05:34 PM   #92
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Dear Parrot,

I spent 3 hours washing and waxing my corvette. This is the first time I have ever waxed a car, so I did a crappy job, but I was proud of my crappy job. However, when I went inside to get window cleaner, all was fine and dandy... When I came back out... It was rainy. According to the weather forecast, it wasn't supposed to rain. Can I sue the weatherman for being wrong and costing me supplies plus three hours of my life? Or should I just run him over with my newly not-so-waxed corvette? ANd could the weatherman be an alien?
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Old 04-27-2005, 05:41 PM   #93
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[B]Dear Parrot,

I spent 3 hours washing and waxing my corvette. This is the first time I have ever waxed a car, so I did a crappy job, but I was proud of my crappy job.
Dear msterri,

I am sorry you got your crappy wax job got rained on, lol! But, you have no course of action here. Also, I would not run over the weatherman and he is probably not an alien!!!!!!!! LOL!!!!!!!!

Thanks for your question.

Oh, use Meguiar's next time!

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Old 04-27-2005, 05:46 PM   #94
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Dear Parrot,

Would you please let msteri know that I have found a little water helps to smooth out a crappy wax job and it is probably ok. But it is important to be sure and wipe the water off the car. That helps the process

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Old 04-27-2005, 05:49 PM   #95
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Dear Parrot,

Would you please let msteri know that I have found a little water helps to smooth out a crappy wax job and it is probably ok. But it is important to be sure and wipe the water off the car. That helps the process

Bandit
Dear Bandit,

No problem. Yes, I will send her a PM!

Thank you for your question.

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Old 04-27-2005, 06:31 PM   #96
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Dear Parrot:

Does your Master actually have a paying job?

(s) Working in Boston
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Old 04-27-2005, 06:54 PM   #97
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Dear Parrot:

Does your Master actually have a paying job?

(s) Working in Boston
Dear StanleyP:

None of your (flocking)!!!!!!!!!!

HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 04-27-2005, 06:59 PM   #98
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Dear Parrot,

What is flocking?

And why do you talk to Stanley that way?

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Old 04-27-2005, 07:11 PM   #99
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Dear Parrot,

Rush Order:


How do I get redC6 banned?


I need an answer in 99 words or less cause if it takes a hundred I am screwed.


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Old 04-27-2005, 07:52 PM   #100
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Dear Parrot,

What is flocking?

And why do you talk to Stanley that way?

Bandit
Dear Scole Bandit,

Flocking is parrot language for $#*^ing!!!!!!!! LOL

And as for why I talk to Stanley that way?

Because I can!!!!!!!!



Thanks for your questions!
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Old 04-27-2005, 07:54 PM   #101
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Dear Parrot,

Rush Order:

How do I get redC6 banned?

I need an answer in 99 words or less cause if it takes a hundred I am screwed.

Bandit
Dear Scole Bandit,

What you could do is send Patrick a PM asking him if you send him 10 thousand dollars via Paypal will he make you an administrator of DigitalCorvettes.

If so, when you get your duties approved, then ban the person you want off DigitalCorvettes!



Thanks for writing in!

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Old 04-27-2005, 07:54 PM   #102
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Dear Scole Bandit,

Flocking is parrot language for $#*^ing!!!!!!!! LOL

And as for why I talk to Stanley that way?

Because I can!!!!!!!!



Thanks for your questions!
Dear Parrot,

You skipped the banning question!!!!!!

Hurry!

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Old 04-27-2005, 07:57 PM   #103
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Dear parrot why am I so Dense
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Old 04-27-2005, 08:11 PM   #104
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Dear parrot why am I so Dense
Dear Coolhandluke,

Let's explore denisty:

DENSITY is a physical property of matter, as each element and compound has a unique density associated with it. Density defined in a qualitative manner as the measure of the relative "heaviness" of objects with a constant volume.

For example: A rock is obviously more dense than a crumpled piece of paper of the same size.
A styrofoam cup is less dense than a ceramic cup.

Density may also refer to how closely "packed" or "crowded" the material appears to be - again refer to the styrofoam vs. ceramic cup.

Density Comparison to Water: In chemistry, the density of many substances is compared to the density of water. Does an object float on water or sink in the water? If an object such as a piece of wood floats on water it is less dense than water vs. if a rock sinks, it is more dense than water.

Oil and vinegar salad dressing: The oil floats on the vinegar water mixture, while the solids sink to the bottom.

Oil spills: What happens when an oil tanker leaks on the ocean? The oil floats on the water since it is less dense, and this provides some opportunity to clean up the oil spills by skimming the oil from the surface of the water.

Ice: Everyone knows that ice floats on water, but did you know that this is an abnormal physical property of solid/liquid state of water? The more normal physical property is for the solid of a compound to sink in its own liquid.

In order to determine the density of an object, it is necessary to know: the mass, the volume of the substance, and the definition of density.

Density = mass (g)
volume (mL)

Example: Calculate the density in g/mL of aluminum if a 50 mL block weighs 135 g. Solution:
Apply the definition:

Density =
135 g = 2.70 g/mL
divided by
50 mL

If the density of a substance and either mass or volume is known, volume or mass, respectively, can be calculated using either simple algebra or dimensional analysis. The density must be translated as a conversion factor.
Example: Calculate the mass in a 200 cc block of Titanium with a density of 4.51 g. per cc. Solution: The density translated as a conversion factor is:

4.51 g = 1 cc - "per" is equivalent to an equal sign.

200 cc x
4.51 g = 902 g
divided by
1 cc

I hope this helps answer your question!

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Old 04-27-2005, 10:18 PM   #105
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Dear Coolhandluke,

Let's explore denisty:

DENSITY is a physical property of matter, as each element and compound has a unique density associated with it. Density defined in a qualitative manner as the measure of the relative "heaviness" of objects with a constant volume.

For example: A rock is obviously more dense than a crumpled piece of paper of the same size.
A styrofoam cup is less dense than a ceramic cup.

Density may also refer to how closely "packed" or "crowded" the material appears to be - again refer to the styrofoam vs. ceramic cup.

Density Comparison to Water: In chemistry, the density of many substances is compared to the density of water. Does an object float on water or sink in the water? If an object such as a piece of wood floats on water it is less dense than water vs. if a rock sinks, it is more dense than water.

Oil and vinegar salad dressing: The oil floats on the vinegar water mixture, while the solids sink to the bottom.

Oil spills: What happens when an oil tanker leaks on the ocean? The oil floats on the water since it is less dense, and this provides some opportunity to clean up the oil spills by skimming the oil from the surface of the water.

Ice: Everyone knows that ice floats on water, but did you know that this is an abnormal physical property of solid/liquid state of water? The more normal physical property is for the solid of a compound to sink in its own liquid.

In order to determine the density of an object, it is necessary to know: the mass, the volume of the substance, and the definition of density.

Density = mass (g)
volume (mL)

Example: Calculate the density in g/mL of aluminum if a 50 mL block weighs 135 g. Solution:
Apply the definition:

Density =
135 g = 2.70 g/mL
divided by
50 mL

If the density of a substance and either mass or volume is known, volume or mass, respectively, can be calculated using either simple algebra or dimensional analysis. The density must be translated as a conversion factor.
Example: Calculate the mass in a 200 cc block of Titanium with a density of 4.51 g. per cc. Solution: The density translated as a conversion factor is:

4.51 g = 1 cc - "per" is equivalent to an equal sign.

200 cc x
4.51 g = 902 g
divided by
1 cc

I hope this helps answer your question!

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