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SharkBite fittings on gray polybutylene pipe?

SharkBite fittings on gray polybutylene pipe?

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Sounds like you've made a good start. You trade/sell books, CD's, and DVD's when you're done with them, which means you're not buying new bookshelves all the time. You keep the guitars because music is important to you. Other than that, there's not much to do except make sure that everything has a place, and that don't keep anything you don't use. If you haven't used it in a year, if you don't know what it is or why your keeping it, then get rid of it. Donate it to charity, give it to someone who will use it, or throw it out. Maintenance is the other half. Go through your house once a week, pick up things that are out of place, and stow them away. Use woven or canvas baskets on shelves to hide things away. Keep a basket or bowl by your front door where you can put keys, phone, wallet, etc when you come in. Think about non-traditional storage, toofor instance, I have an old chest of drawers that my TV sits on, and video games, strategy guides, and DVD's, go in the drawers below. I store extra cushions and blankets in an old cedar chest that sits in my living room as an extra bench seat for when I have lots of company. On the whole, it seems like you've got everything pretty well in hand. Keep what you use and love, find nice homes for those things, and get rid of the rest. Then just devote a few minutes each week maintaining and you'll be fine.
I remember having a fun time during the hot summer heat waves in the open fire hydrants and I'm not from Brooklyn. Of course, there were a few casualties because people went a little over board. I miss the way life used to be in NYC.

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