Our chlorinator would air lock constantly and there never seems to be enough chlorine in the pool. We brush regularly and are vacuuming about once per week. We put a new chlorinator (pentair 320) on and it doesn’t air lock anymore but we still don’t seem to be getting enough chlorine from it.
It not a personal assault on your decision to not have children if someone else says that their kids make XYZ difficult or impossible. You don take it personally when people with gluten allergies say they can eat bread because you have the time to make your own bread with coconut flour. Not every choice is an easy choice, and people are allowed to feel sad about it.
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If I see some dirt or whatever on it, I try to wipe it off with a paper towel when I get the chance, since the longer you wait, the harder it might be to get out. On occasion, dish soap, warm water and an old toothbrush has always served me well for a good cleaning. Some people will go as far as using specialty products, like water repellent sprays and shoe cleaners, but I personally have never found the need.
Continue reading this postSparkle trailer gives last glimpse of Whitney HoustonA trailer for the movie musical Sparkle was released Monday, giving us a glimpse of Whitney Houston’s last project. The late singer plays the mother of Jordin Sparks, an aspiring singer in the 1960s who rises with a girl group similar to the Supremes. Sparkle will be released in August.
Continue reading this postFABLE FIGHT: Mirror Mirror vs. Wrath of the TitansIt’s a box office battle of mythic proportions this weekend as remixed fables and fairy tales go head to head. In one corner, Mirror Mirror, a snarky retelling of the Snow White fairy tale.
In the ‘great’ war of 1914 1918, for king and country; all boys lost their innocence, all boys became men. For any men who refused to fight or were in ‘shell shock’ from the percussion of explosions, or mentally traumatized by the horror; the British ordered them dishonoured and executed for cowardice. Many Anzac servicemen felt Sir Douglas Haig should have been shot for not only the strategic blunders, but also for the signing the death warrants of clearly shell shocked allied men, whom he accused of cowardice and had executed as examples to others.