Gravity and God

Gravity and God

This week, Adam and Ray discuss kitchen renovations, whitewashing brick, and performing surgery on yourself.


Show Summary

As the show opens up, Adam talks with Ray about Ray’s tendencies toward home surgery, and how it affected some of Adam’s ass-related pain. Adam also rants about people asking him for things over the phone, and Ray brags about a recent golf game with producer Gary. Later, Adam and Ray flash back to their high school days and recall a story of near-humiliation for Adam.

This week’s video question deals with a door that won’t open properly after an icemaker flooded the kitchen. Adam and Ray also respond to an email about installing a gas line in the kitchen and how to vent it properly. After discussing the importance of changing your filters, the guys talk to the man who helped re-wire the new studio. In the last part of the show, Adam and Ray talk about what to look for when building a new home, how to replace a series of windows, and lastly how to whitewash a brick wall.

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Show Credits

Producers: Matt Fondiler & Gary Smith
Audio/Post-Production/Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Phones/Researcher/Web Engineer: Gary Smith

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8 Responses to “Gravity and God”

  1. tim
    2012/05/18 at 7:48 pm #

    I would trip the bottom of the door. easiest way to fix it.

  2. Milo
    2012/05/20 at 9:27 pm #

    You’re doing yourselves a tremendous disservice by not adding the flushing sound after the “Porcelain Punisher” lyric is sung in the opening song. A TREMENDOUS disservice.

  3. Les
    2012/05/21 at 10:42 am #

    Use blue painter’s tape on the cut line (top & bottom) to eliminate splinters when cutting a door, finish plywood, or laminate.
    Get it on!

    • Hugh Gasol
      2012/05/22 at 3:59 am #

      Not always scoring the line with a blade is best.

      • Les
        2012/06/01 at 10:22 am #

        Agreed Hugh. I do both, which also prevents pencil lines on the finished piece.

  4. William C
    2012/05/21 at 11:44 am #

    Every girl’s crazy bout those sharp dressed men.

  5. Rocky
    2012/05/21 at 2:16 pm #

    Ace its 32mm not 35mm.

    • StewPendous
      2012/05/31 at 4:30 am #

      Agreed, the reason it’s 32mm is because back in the day when they made the machinery that drills the holes in a line on the cabinet parts the gears that connect all the drill bits together was 32mm on center. The diameter of the hinge cup hole is 35mm though.

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