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  1. On 2/22/2021 at 8:39 AM, Seadog said:

    When the power went off and the temp was 2F,  I placed a Mr. Heater propane camping heater under the tarp covering my equipment, and then placed a 60 lb steel plate in front of the heater to absorb an reradiate the heat.

    That's a great tip for in the future. 

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  2. On 2/14/2021 at 10:53 AM, Ol_mcdonald said:

    Glad my ‘77 Klipschorns were made in the USA before all this crap began.

    They still have Russian (the best) plywood in them, and stuff from other places, that PWK and his team determined to be the best.


  3. 1 minute ago, Bill W. said:

    The Jubilees are moved safely and easily with a simple two wheel hand cart. I just slip it underneath and rock it backward, then it can be moved as a single unit, top and bottom. I know I am not typical, I have worked in the supermarket industry for most of my career, unloading semi-trucks and handling heavy freight. For me, these are easy.

    For some reason I had in my mind you made platforms with wheels.


  4. 1 hour ago, Gliderguy4 said:

    I need to know if there are other posted ways to contact customer support than the Klipsch website support request page.  I have a warranty issue that has not been answered since December 20th other than a bot-automated message that we will get back to you.  I think 60 days with no human response is a bit long so I want to contact via another means.  I don't own as much Klipsch gear as some diehards here,  but I do have a full reference home theater, four pairs of ceiling speakers, and at least 4 different kinds of earbuds/headphones.  The slow response is making me wonder if I have invested wisely.

     

    @Trey Cannon I know you posted on this in the past on best options, and I know they added several people to CS, if you email me or PM on suggestions I will try to Gliderguy. 

     

    Travis

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  5. 2 hours ago, Bosco-d-gama said:

    Sometimes the headwaters provide hydration for crops and growth, other times it causes floods. Stopping the flow at the headwaters kills everything downstream and allows for nothing. You’re stopping journalism from sources like The Wall Street Journal and accurate reporting on covid19 issues you do not grasp. You are not moderating. You are censoring and you are doing it blindly. It may be simpler for you personally but at the cost of engaging/informing others. This is why the forums have become so anemic. So called moderation has bled them to pale ABC123 discourse and jokes.

    Again, what you fail to grasp whats going on. You quote the WSJ on the China investigation, and then someone posts a political quote from that article, and then someone else posts from the NYT or WP, on that issue,  with their associated political reporting. What difference does it make what the source is if if serves to consistently lead to political discourse?

     

    You also fail to grasp that the people in this Forum are perfectly able to gather information from reliable sources on the issues related to Covid-19. They have shown that over and over again. They just don't believe they have a monopoly on knowledge and information  like others.

     

    It is indeed simpler, and it's also fair. Those who believe they have a grasp on what's really going on don't get to determine that their point of view somehow is above the rules.

     

    You were given multiple opportunities to post in a seperate thread about it to see if it were possible to keep it on the rails, but you would rather debate the Fourum rules - my take is the issue isn't that important to you, but getting your worldview out there is.

     

    Time will tell.

     

     


  6. On 2/11/2021 at 10:58 AM, Bosco-d-gama said:

    Interesting that the 

     

    [Off topic 

     

    No porcelain, China or Ansley. No WHO,.Elton John,.or Supertramp. 

     

    Start a new thread, it doesn't have anything to do with topic of this thread, which is extreamly narrow for good reason.]

    Here is the option that was laid out for you, simple and easy. 


  7. On 2/14/2021 at 9:24 AM, Bosco-d-gama said:

     

    What a perfect example of the systemic problems with covid19. The people who know the least about medicine are the ones deciding what is right or wrong about how to manage and discuss the issues surrounding this disease. It is sad everywhere it happens.

    What it is a perfect example of is individuals who are aware of what a fine line this thread has been since March, continue to want to discuss China and/or the WHO despite being told repeatedly we can't go there because of where it ends up. This isn't a thread about "the issues surrounding the disease" because we have learned (now on our 4th attempt) that the issues are inextricably intertwined with politics. We also know that people here are perfectly capable on their own in researching these issues if they wish and don't need anyone to do it for them.

     

    So on this current 4th and final attempt we have sought to limit it to topics about availability of the vaccine, taking it or not, science and medical news re: the virus (i.e., issues that are not remotely political).

     

    So that leaves 3 alternatives: Delete the thread because people can't help themselves; or (as has been preciously been suggested) for those who are just dying to talk about China and the WHO start a new thread on that issue and see how long it goes before it disintegrates; or ban people from this thread who keep wanting to go where they have been asked repeatedly not to go.

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