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#4711 splinky

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Posted 17 September 2019 - 12:56 AM

Yes, the one we have now is to code, but is also really powerful...it's a Hansgrohe.

that's what i have. hansgrohe 2.5 gm


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#4712 bloviatrix

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Posted 18 September 2019 - 01:03 AM

 

Yes, the one we have now is to code, but is also really powerful...it's a Hansgrohe.

that's what i have. hansgrohe 2.5 gm

 

There's no way my spouse will ever agree to spending that kind of money on a shower head.


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#4713 voyager

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Posted 18 September 2019 - 02:48 AM

It's funny but the favorite shower head in our family, 3 houses, is one in our weekend place.    An el cheapo, but great water pressure.    Try to change it and your get 90% objections.  


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#4714 joethefoodie

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Posted 18 September 2019 - 01:01 PM

 

 

Yes, the one we have now is to code, but is also really powerful...it's a Hansgrohe.

that's what i have. hansgrohe 2.5 gm

 

There's no way my spouse will ever agree to spending that kind of money on a shower head.

 

That's why you don't tell him - just order it, have it installed, and be done with it.



#4715 Josh Karpf

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Posted 13 October 2019 - 09:47 PM

I lucked out by picking Royal Siam Thai Cuisine, in Chelsea, for a friend's affordably neighborhood-y birthday dinner. Despite Yelpers sniping about food and service (though it was admittedly hard to find the Thai dishes among all the sushi in the badly designed menu), the staff were friendly and fast on their feet, and cheerily presented the cake our gang of fifteen had brought, no extra charge. Separate checks, too. I enjoyed a tiki-esque blue cocktail and some hearty Thai standards. 

 

One weird item on the sushi side of the menu, though, that I didn't try, had not heard of before, and cannot now find online: a "dragon egg" of spicy-tuna-filled avocado wrapped in crab stick and then, if I read it right, fried. Does this exist anywhere else? Or even there -- maybe I imagined it after drinking the blue.