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Re: [SLE] Warning to Americans! --> STOP IT PLEASE !!!
  • From: jrme@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 3 May 2006 10:09:33 +0200 (CEST)
  • Message-id: <13822.161.85.127.153.1146643773.squirrel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> On Wednesday 03 May 2006 00:43, Doug McGarrett wrote:
>> At 07:11 PM 5/2/2006 +0100, Kevanf1 wrote:
>> >Content-Disposition: inline
>> >
>> >On 02/05/06, Lew Wolfgang <wolfgang@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> >> Well, it's also a cheaper way of doing things. Plastering in all but
>> >> custom homes probably went away in the 1970's in the US (correct me
>> >> if I'm wrong!). Would you spend perhaps $20,000 or more for true
>> >> plastered walls in your house?
>> >>
>> >> Regards,
>> >> Lew Wolfgang
>> >
>> >Yes, it's quite normal here in the UK. I'm surprised that it has been
>> >phased out in the US.>
>>
>> I think what the writer was referring to was not spackling between the
>> joints of the plasterboard. No, real plaster on thin wooden boards
>> (lath) probably has not been done in the US since the 40's.
>> What plasterboard requires is spackle and tape at the joints.
>> I can't imagine not doing that.
>>
>> --dm
>>
>
> Dont you mean Taped and Skimmed .. :-) ...
>
> All plasterboard needs skimming before decorating else when you strip
> the
> decoration of your choice off it damages the board then you need new
> boards ..
>
> Sorta makes sense to skim the palsterboards before you do any decorating
> saves a few quid/dollars in the long run as well ..

Yes, I know I'm shouting, but can you all please stop this chattering nonse.
If you want to continue you should move to suse-ot as you are supposed to do.
THIS is a mail-list about SuSE.
Thank you.

--
Jan Elders
Nuenen
the Netherlands


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