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Old 10-29-2019, 08:52 PM   #1451
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Tell me what's wrong in the picture, I'm not familiar with garden stuff. I'd say not good to use pvc in the sun as it becomes brittle and also going underground.

Over here it's polyethylene pipe for lawn sprinklers.
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When I was in Okinawa I had to use the restroom at a park after scuba diving. There was no toilet... just a hole in the floor. Kinda like a primitive out house. You have to squat to poop. Most uncomfortable poop I’ve ever taken other than being backed up from eating nothing but MREs for a week straight.



you musta went back for a visit...
https://www.foxnews.com/world/sailor...e-japan-police
US sailors on Okinawa charged with causing drunken disturbance by Japan police
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Old 10-29-2019, 09:07 PM   #1453
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https://www.foxnews.com/world/sailor...e-japan-police
US sailors on Okinawa charged with causing drunken disturbance by Japan police
Lol! For one, I was in the Men’s department of the Navy, USMC.

When I was there, 99-00, a few months before I arrived there was a jarhead convicted of raping an underage girl. We had to be on best behavior.... not that we were.

I really liked Okinawans! If you practice their customs, treat them with respect, they are a very nice people in general! Never call an Okinawan Japanese! Huge insult! Asians are very racist against other Asians.
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I once found a pop up where someone used a marble to seal off where the rod goes. Actually worked and didn’t leak!



I gotta remember that, that's a good one!


















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Tell me what's wrong in the picture, I'm not familiar with garden stuff. I'd say not good to use pvc in the sun as it becomes brittle and also going underground.



Over here it's polyethylene pipe for lawn sprinklers.
Even harder will be find something right in that picture.
PVB (pressure vacuum breaker) SHALL NOT be install it on domestic water, they can not be relied on to prevent backpressure-backflow. For instance, it's commonly used on lawn irrigation system. The PVB most be installed so that the critical level is 12 inches above the highest point in the system, that one is about 12 inches above the ground floor.

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Got any extra p trap crowns around? Don't throw them away, they make great door handles!
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Got any extra p trap crowns around? Don't throw them away, they make great door handles!

I bet they use the same method if installed under a sink..
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Some guys use the high loop, they used the low loop method on the dishwasher hose
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