Conversations You’d Never Have with a Hot Chick

Conversations You’d Never Have with a Hot Chick

Adam gives advice on unclogging a toilet, fixing holes that were punched in the wall, and how to repair a stairway railing.

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Adam tells Logan about a dream he had last night where he was talking about subflooring with Brad Pitt. The guys then go through a couple emails, the first of which asks Adam for advice on the replacement of a rusted rot iron hinge post. Adam also responds to an email from someone trying to repair a stairway railing that keeps coming unmounted. Along the way, Adam gives savvy advice on how to fix the hole in the wall when the wood gets yolked out.

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Onto the phone lines next, the first caller is trying to decide between carpet or laminate flooring in his bedroom upstairs. Adam also spends time talking to a woman whose fiancé knocked an unidentified item into the toilet, and now it won’t flush. Adam tells an anecdote about repairing a toilet that had a rubber ball stuck in it, and also teases the caller about her boyfriend’s career choice as a writer.

Tankless Water Heater

Another caller recently punched a couple holes in his wall, and wants to know how to fix them. Adam ends up talking to him about sports obsession and anger management, and encourages him to focus on his own goals instead of the dreams of someone else. The last caller is interested in upgrading his water heater, and Adam goes through the pros and cons of tankless water heaters.

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Show Credits

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Associate Producer: Logan Moy
Technical Director: Chris Laxamana
Phones: Gary Smith
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Web Engineering: Melanie de Jonge


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8 Responses to “Conversations You’d Never Have with a Hot Chick”

  1. Darren 420
    2011/06/25 at 3:15 am #

    “Get it on Ace Man” Grate show!!!

  2. Sluggh
    2011/06/25 at 3:33 am #

    “Rot iron.” Heh.

    But you can’t judge. All illiterates are the same. And when there ARE differences, the differences are good ones.

    • Preston
      2011/06/25 at 7:55 am #

      Maybe next week we will talk about wroughten wood and it will all even out…

      ;-)

  3. Millah
    2011/07/05 at 10:49 am #

    Tankless water heaters work really well provided their installed and set correctly. It took a number of service calls overs a few months to get mine tuned right – it was as noisy as a hair dryer and ran cold on occasion. Now I have unlimited hot water and it runs very quietly. Haven’t noticed much of a cost savings as it was expensive to install. The piece of mind knowing that it won’t burst and flood like the previous water heater was worth the initial cost. Get it on!

  4. John
    2011/07/12 at 8:40 pm #

    Adam, don’t they make machine screws where they have have the length of a bolt but you could insert the carriage bolt into the machine screw. Both sides could look nice.

  5. Cathy
    2011/07/20 at 5:06 am #

    Finally! Thanks, Adam for the BEST answer on how to repair holes in the walls without all the pesky work.

  6. Aristotlet
    2011/07/20 at 2:48 pm #

    Another way to fill yoked out holes is to use golf tees instead of pencils. But do the same thing smooth the hole out dip the golf tee in glue insert in the hole let dry then cut the big end of the tee off then re-screw.

  7. Mohamed Zawasky
    2011/12/21 at 1:56 am #

    Nice collection of links HAD :) Love the gate simulator! The smoking machine reminds me of our middle school science fair project. We used running water to create suction on the cigarette and a majority of the tar was collected in the tube behind the butt. That was our smoking machine lol.
    Next year we did a Pulsed Ionic Induction drive VERY similar to the “caterpillar” drives on big nuke boomers at the time ala Hunt for Red October. Hint: The drive works the on the same principle as combing your hair and attracting the faucet trickle with the static charge ;) Again, wonderful collection of links :) Keep it up HAD :)

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