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I have some link adapters in white. They will make them for you if you are nice enough to them...or place a big enough order.
PM me your contact at BP. Will give it a shot.
My attachment to white seems to be going down as weeks go by. Its white everywhere - my car, the case which is the size of the door of my car...Hence on the fence of going black for fittings.
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Good luck. BP was supposed to sponsor me and make me Bronze Age fittings but they stopped replying to my emails.
Damn...thats not nice. Did they atleast give you a response - like they are having issues with the color for Bronze Age or something?
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I have some link adapters in white. They will make them for you if you are nice enough to them...or place a big enough order.
PM me your contact at BP. Will give it a shot.
My attachment to white seems to be going down as weeks go by. Its white everywhere - my car, the case which is the size of the door of my car...Hence on the fence of going black for fittings.
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Good luck. BP was supposed to sponsor me and make me Bronze Age fittings but they stopped replying to my emails.
Damn...thats not nice. Did they atleast give you a response - like they are having issues with the color for Bronze Age or something?

Nope. Vincent just flat out stopped replying to my emails.
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post #293 of 1388
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Good luck. BP was supposed to sponsor me and make me Bronze Age fittings but they stopped replying to my emails.
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Nope. Vincent just flat out stopped replying to my emails.

Not sure how long its been...but they do get pretty behind on emails. I experienced the same thing. Perhaps if you offered to pay instead of asking for a sponsorship?


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PM me your contact at BP. Will give it a shot.
My attachment to white seems to be going down as weeks go by. Its white everywhere - my car, the case which is the size of the door of my car...Hence on the fence of going black for fittings.
Damn...thats not nice. Did they atleast give you a response - like they are having issues with the color for Bronze Age or something?

Well....black is definitely easier to find. That's for sure. But I think the white fittings with the black log is one of the sharpest they make. I'll PM you the contact.
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Wouldn't plastic tubing be easier to manueaver during the build as opposed to copper tubes which are very rigid?
Maybe do copper pipes after your build is complete and fully operational.

Just an update on the storm situation: No power or running water yet, but no more showers in the river - the fitness center at work has hot water! But what will I do this weekend?????

I actually got to blowdry my hair today - it felt amazing smile.gif
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Wouldn't plastic tubing be easier to manueaver during the build as opposed to copper tubes which are very rigid?
Maybe do copper pipes after your build is complete and fully operational.
Just an update on the storm situation: No power or running water yet, but no more showers in the river - the fitness center at work has hot water! But what will I do this weekend?????
I actually got to blowdry my hair today - it felt amazing smile.gif

I'm taking my girfriend to NYC tomorrow to stay the weekend. Planned it before Sandy struck. Any tips? I know the hotel is open. The airport says the flight will happen. Staying in Times Square where I think the electricity never went down. Sounds like the subways are still mostly out of commission right now though, right?
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I'm taking my girfriend to NYC tomorrow to stay the weekend. Planned it before Sandy struck. Any tips? I know the hotel is open. The airport says the flight will happen. Staying in Times Square where I think the electricity never went down. Sounds like the subways are still mostly out of commission right now though, right?

Times Square does have power! I'd pack some rain boots for sure since there's bound to be puddles and get preapred for walking. There are a few subways running, but most are under water right now. The website below for Hop Stop has updated transit info. And the link below that has updates on restaurants that are open.

http://www.hopstop.com/

http://ny.eater.com/archives/2012/10/the_ultimate_hurricane_sandy_dining_guide_to_nyc.php

It's a resilient city so I'm sure you guys will find lots to do!
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I'm taking my girfriend to NYC tomorrow to stay the weekend. Planned it before Sandy struck. Any tips? I know the hotel is open. The airport says the flight will happen. Staying in Times Square where I think the electricity never went down. Sounds like the subways are still mostly out of commission right now though, right?

Since you'll be in Times Square, stop by the Marriott Marquis (if it's operational). It's an amazingly cool hotel (went as a child, and re-lived my memories last weekend), which has exposed elevators up to the 45th floor and a revolving restaurant on the top.

Picture I took on my trip:
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I'm taking my girfriend to NYC tomorrow to stay the weekend. Planned it before Sandy struck. Any tips? I know the hotel is open. The airport says the flight will happen. Staying in Times Square where I think the electricity never went down. Sounds like the subways are still mostly out of commission right now though, right?
And cpachris, you are welcome to come to my house on Sunday and do some sleeving... drunken.gif
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Times Square does have power! I'd pack some rain boots for sure since there's bound to be puddles and get preapred for walking. There are a few subways running, but most are under water right now. The website below for Hop Stop has updated transit info. And the link below that has updates on restaurants that are open.
http://www.hopstop.com/
http://ny.eater.com/archives/2012/10/the_ultimate_hurricane_sandy_dining_guide_to_nyc.php
It's a resilient city so I'm sure you guys will find lots to do!

Much thanks for the links. I'm assuming taxi's are still everywhere....at least in midtown. Right?


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Since you'll be in Times Square, stop by the Marriott Marquis (if it's operational). It's an amazingly cool hotel (went as a child, and re-lived my memories last weekend), which has exposed elevators up to the 45th floor and a revolving restaurant on the top.
Picture I took on my trip:

I haven't stayed there before. Will check it out.


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And cpachris, you are welcome to come to my house on Sunday and do some sleeving... drunken.gif

Ha! If the Westin closes down...you may get a PM tomorrow. thumb.gif

And now...I'll stop trying to use your thread as a travel planning guide. redface.gif
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Much thanks for the links. I'm assuming taxi's are still everywhere....at least in midtown. Right?

Ha! If the Westin closes down...you may get a PM tomorrow. thumb.gif
And now...I'll stop trying to use your thread as a travel planning guide. redface.gif

Heard that you may have to share Taxi's and negotiate with other passenger on how you are splitting the fare. Since gas it as a premium cabs are advised to do so. Don't know if this is lifted now.
But I doubt it is....since gas stations in NJ have cars waiting for 2 hours to fill a maximum of $20 worth of gas. I will survive the weekend with my gas at half tank today...I believe Monday things will start to return to normal.

Only 10% of my town has power and knock on wood, I am in that 10%
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