• 3-8-2017 I have spent 2 1/2 years trying to find straight information on water filters. You would think you could find out flow rate, pressure drop, size of particles it stops, you know, the stuff that is easy to measure. Well, there are four standard sizes of filters, and dealers won't even tell you if the cartridge you are buying will fit the canister that you are buying to hold it.
    • Ice man
      I'm surprised that the dealers can't provide you with that info, they should be able to. I know what it's like trying to deal with young parts people today - they don't know squat and if they can't quickly find it in their book - it's obsolete or it never existed as far as they're concerned. Even if you have your old piece in your hand, for a sample. You might have some luck if you contact the manufacturer of the filter and ask for their oldest salesman. You might have to lie to him and tell him you need several cases provided he can answer your questions and tell you where the closest distributor is. It's worked for me.
    • Jewels Vern
      I strictly avoided talking to salesmen. A salesman will not talk to you until he has done a water test. Then he tries to sell you a softener system. I knew I did not want a softener, so I only searched online sources. I finally got the info I wanted by following a link from and now I have my water filter.
    • Ice man
      Oh good, so there is a happy ending to this. : )
  • I researched blonde Milfs and teenage dirtbags....
    • Ice man
      Hahahaha Quelle surprise !! (that gave me a belly laugh, thanks!) : )
  • I was carrying out research on the work patterns of AV Technicians. Apparently they like to freelance for a few years before looking for permanent employment.
    • Ice man
      Interesting. I assume AV is Audio Visual? Do you think they might want a broader experience base, in hopes of securing a higher wage from a permanent job ?
  • I researched how it is possible to change a robot`s programming by showing it a banana & telling it to say it`s an orange.
    • Ice man
      I thought I'd help with your research, but I wonder if an onion would work too ? Enjoy -
  • The 1918 flu and the history of tuberculosis.
    • Ice man
      Interesting. It's been a while since I read up on it, but if memory serves me right that was the "Spanish Flu" (H1N1). At the time it killed millions of people around the world.

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