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Its the only thing i can think of that could have such dreadful results, either that or your dishes are truly awful. Does your water have a high calcium content? That could clog up the internal lines between the pump and the faucet (whatever the technical term may be). Might be a good idea either way to run it with something that combats it, calgonit or whatever...
water pressure?
Most guys that reach that level with their own company are really driven, to the point of being obsessed with work. The two men that i know that were in this position (one owned a company with circa 2500 people, my father, and a good friend who managed a listed company) both disliked being driven vehemently, as both found that driving themselves relaxed them and allowed them to take their mind of of work.Once you get to that point, and you are responsible/own the company,...
The reason a lot of them like to drive themselves is that it's a great short escape from working. Once they get driven, the work becomes non stop. Mine lost his drivers license twice due to speeding (a lot) and twice he asked mb to send him a stretched s class, and hired a driver. He hated it, and would as soon as he could revert back to driving himself (in that period the obligatory Daimler).For some driving and thus not being able to work is a small pleasure, be careful...
they are in these parts too. generally used, yes, but they fall in a different (less kw) insurance category, and require different plates and license to be allowed to ride. In addition, yesterday I completed part 2 of our required motorcycle tests. Only one test to go and Ill be allowed to ride, which I will celebrate by buying something old to rebuild over the winter months!
Where's your sense of adventure?
John cooper works would be a better comparison. My gf has one that's upped to 230 bhp. Clutches come and go, but 'monster' as she calls it, is a blast to drive. Although any drive over 45 min would require earplugs due to the stainless straight exhaust..
On hydrogen, in personal vehicles this is not a real option for a while. You're talking about liquified hydrogen, which needs to be pressurized o a very high extend, thus presenting real dangers. For trucks, this can be 'safely' done, on cars there is a lack of room to do this properly. Then there is also the energy problem, as h2 is expensive to produce in terms of electricity. This can be negated by siphoning off excess capacity on sunny days in countries where there is...
Bookcases would be a good start.However, i they only 'read' artsy display books, a bookcase or a library would look empty and weird. I guess since these books are made for display, having them lying around is the more 'honest' option...A couple of readable books near a spot for reading wouldn't look out of place either, I know several people who (myself including) read multiple books at the same time.
My GF wont allow any 'smut' (as she calls it), out in the open. Therefore I'm relegated to leaving magazines on the table I actually read, instead of books I want my guests to think and talk about.A short time ago I also kept some comics in the bathroom, I tried 'heavier' literature in there like Kant and Popper, but they left me feeling constipated. As this is not the effect you want in there I went back to Donald Duck, a laugh seems to help with evacuating your bowels....
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