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Julia! I can see another whole section of your website coming soon! Pavement and Sand Circles on the OuterBanks!  :w00t:
The question would be how long will they last before they disappear by the tide? Oh, you mean on my street. Hmmm. o:) o:) Julia :)
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Jeber.....can you introduce me?
Um, sure. Ross549...you. You...Ross549.(do you feel you know yourself better now?)
Well, that worked. I know who me is now.... if, in fact, the me that you introduced me to is the real me. Is it?
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JeberHelp! I need advice. Spring is coming. That means summer is around the corner. That means the tourists will return. What do I do with all the houses in the neighborhood? The owners will all come back and expect everything to look great. There is a new pool two doors down but it has not been filled. Should I hook up their hot water to it and fill the pool so it will be ready for them?Julia B)

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Two words...bucket brigade. Don't you all live near the ocean?OK, perhaps you don't have enough help to form a line that long. In that case, visit any local hotel/motel. Borrow one of their fire hoses (visit late at night, they're hanging in the hallways...don't get caught borrowing) and put one end in the ocean and the other in the pool. Get a friend with good lungs and a big mouth to start the syphon for you. When the pool's full, pull the end out of the ocean first. Simple. B)

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Why not just borrow a fire truck or two? They will have all the equipment you'll need, pumps, hoses, ladders, and so much more. How can you go wrong with that? Uuhm, just a few words of advice, don't get caught, don't go too fast, don't go too slow, and don't use the lights and sirens as they'll locate you and the truck in a few short minutes.

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Good concept, but let's go one step further and remove the danger...start a fire in the pool and call them to come put it out. Don't let them stop until the pool is full. Strain the debris from the fire off the top of the pool, and bingo!

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Even better idea, sneak into the station and swipe a firehose. Connect it to the firehydrant yourself. Locate a large pipe wrench and turn it on.Who knows, the station could be throwing an old hose out.While you're at it, start a car wash and raise money to buy your own pool.

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he he.judging from what i'm reading so far, the pool party is just after they get out of jail... :whistling: as to heating a pool, drop in a few hundred pounds of phosphorus, the ensuing reaction should heat it pretty good.(don't drop it in all at once, or all the water will jump out, all at once...)kiddies, don't try this at home, yours or anyone elses'!

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Welcome to the forums, FuzzDuckie. You're now an official Highlander. And as such, we can let you in on a little secret. Don't tell anyone else, because a non-Highlander may be using a parabolic antenna to overhear you. Everything you read here is bogus.I know, I know...it looks so believable. Well, we designed it that way. But it's all a gimmick. That pool, it's virtual. We have some of the web's best designers here in the forum. So all I'm saying is...don't dive in head first.

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welcome fuzzduckie,ignore jeber's remarks.it's all quite real in really bad advice.forum members 'help' each other out of (erm... into) problems quite often.[temmu rolls toward pool with wheelbarrow full of..]hey! hey you!what are you doing in my yard?!?![temmu skedattles as fast as his webbed feet allow]

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Everything you read here is bogus.I know, I know...it looks so believable.  Well, we designed it that way.  But it's all a gimmick.  That pool, it's virtual.  We have some of the web's best designers here in the forum.  So all I'm saying is...don't dive in head first.
Does that mean I am virtual too? Can I get a virtual assistant to teach my classes for me? You mean the pools aren't real? I wondered why there was no water! :D _________________Julia, who is not very gullible. :whistling:
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[temmu rolls toward pool with wheelbarrow full of..]hey! hey you!what are you doing in my yard?!?![temmu skedattles as fast as his webbed feet allow]
*catches temmu with a net*So THAT's where all the quacking was coming from!Sorry, Temmu..... this pool is for penguins only....... :whistling:
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[temmu scrambles out of net (with a little help from light sabre...)] :) [temmu notices penguin in pool]gee, hope the wheelbarrow full of (what?) didn't end up in there first! :drooling:

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[temmu sniffs air] :teehee: :teehee: ah, the aroma of fresh chlorine and rotting sardines...[temmu determines not to swim in that pool!] :harhar: :star:

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::::brings my virtual beer:::::::sits by virtual pool::::Actually that is how I got my nick "FuzzDuckie" LOL....I got it from a virtual pool party on an AOL (shut up) board many years ago. Signed on as a joke to pretend to be a rubber duck for the daughter of one of my friends....and it stuck.Thank you Jeber et al for welcoming me...I feel the love of bad advice already!!

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