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Web developer to the stars.
Former system engineer at SGI.
Hired at Pixar (but turned them down).
50/50 chance, if you ever had eye surgery, my equipment was used.
Published in Byte magazine back when it mattered.
Met Tom Hardy (Bane) and didn't know it.
Had Gerard Butler's personal cell number at one time.
Worked in radio/TV and you can see my face in a couple of Hollywood movies.
Yes, I am that famous.


Apr
8
comment Toilet started wobbling
I put my level on it and, sure enough, it's level till I sit on it and it rocks to one side. So the question, again, is should I just put some kind of spacer on the one side? And what kind?
Apr
8
comment Toilet started wobbling
I've done that before and I just hate taking the toilet out. It's not leaking at all but I'm thinking I should check how level it is to see if those spacers were used for that and some came out.
Dec
15
comment Can I sweep blown insulation to one side and replace with fiberglass batts?
Well, you might be right, but it has nothing to do with the question I asked.
Dec
15
comment Can I sweep blown insulation to one side and replace with fiberglass batts?
I'm asking if there's a reason why I don't want to sweep it aside and add batts, not whether I should add more insulation or a different type.
Dec
15
comment Can I sweep blown insulation to one side and replace with fiberglass batts?
In no way does this answer my question.
Nov
17
comment What is the best way to insulate a room with glass window for winter?
Point 1, you say it's not replaceable but you can reuse it?
Nov
5
comment How proud can a toilet flange sit above the floor?
@oscilatingcretin - That's why they call it "the throne".
Nov
4
comment Can I run CAT5/6 cables parallel to electrical cables?
The actual separation is about 4-inches, iirc. This information can be found but it's been a while since I installed mine. You can run data cables closer but only if they are perpendicular to the electric lines. Of course, the farther away the better.
Oct
24
comment Should I agree to have more insulation added to my attic?
@ChrisF - To add, if I wanted or needed it, I'd be out looking for it.
Oct
24
comment My house was hit by lightning. What should I do?
@ComputerSaysNo - I've heard them called "lightning attractors" lately. Not sure how good an idea they are anymore.
Oct
21
comment How to prevent wall-mounted TV above fireplace from getting hot?
@amh - I'm pretty sure it was just a standard wood mantle. Now that I think of it, I believe it was something I saw on one of those home improvement TV shows and they specifically mentioned the heat problem.
Oct
20
comment What to block a hole with to stop mice getting in?
I thought he was talking about the hole coming into his house and missed it about the electrical box.
Oct
18
comment Why can't the plumber fix my kitchen sink?
You take the trap apart under the sink and clean that out as far as you can. 5 minutes? Maybe you can snake to the stack. Another 5 minutes? Still won't drain? You're done without any other tools or climbing on top to check the stack from the roof. What was he doing the other 2 1/2 hours?
Oct
8
comment What is the best way to seal caulk tube?
Some will rust in the nozzle and then stain the caulk.
Oct
8
comment What is the best way to seal caulk tube?
The actual name is "wire nuts" or connectors and is my preferred method. And "lose" is spelled l-o-s-e.