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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by tommu56, Sep 19, 2010.
I think a lot like guys and hope to learn something
:welcome: to the forums!
Hello & Welcome!:wave:
Hey!!! I know you. Welcome to the forum! How did you find us?
:welcome: Share what you know. Ask what you don't. :wave:
Well if you bring some of that excellent Renzi's tomato pizza pie from Bridesburg on Orthodox Street up to my house (At least two large) I'll gladly assist you with learning........
Welcome to the jungle!!!
Hey I know you TOO!
I goggled Potassium permanganate (KMnO4) and this place was a hit
I was looking to buy some for fire starter along with glycerin
They are both ordered they have other uses in BOB multiple trumps solos
I haven't used it yet but ill try most any thing once especially if go's pop
Welcome, Tom. Lots of good stuff here and we hope to learn from you too.
Welcome, I grew up all over S.E. Pa. most around Exton, Pa. when there was nothing there. Even lived in Birdsborugh, Pa.
i would say welcome from central pa! but i'm stuck in wv but welcome to the forum! there's more info here than you'll know what to do with
:welcome: Glad to meet Ya!
I list philly as my location but I actually live in the shadow of the towers of the power plant up the Schuylkill River and have a place in the PA grand canyon.
I'm just over the Tacony-Palmyra bridge. Feel free to reach out to me if you're ever over this way. We can talk shop over coffee.
Once a month or so I get into Philly on City Ave. near WMMR and Channel 6 station. Is that near you?
I live in the "greater Philly" area near the nuclear power plant ,
3 mile island?
no that is on the Susquehanna =PWR
Limerick is on the Schuylkill River = BWR
Welcome Tom, I am rather new myself and have already learned so much. It is great to be able to exchange ideas with people of like mind.
No. That's me. I'm about 15 miles away as the crow flies. On a dry windless day, I can see the water vapor rising from the towers.
I think you guys are a little further away than I though, but the invitation stands if anyone makes it over to the Philly/NJ border. I'll put on some coffee and we can compare notes.
When I was going to Philly 5-6 times a year, it took about 2.5 hours as long as I didn't do it at rush hour. Always hated the "sure-kill expressway".