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Thread: Now Biden wants your gas stove

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidneyious View Post
    home hoods pull a little stove top air and just move it back in the room, like taking a fan and putting it over the stove directing air up and in the open.
    There are plenty of hoods on the market that will blow the air outside. I have them in both my houses.

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    Molon Labe
    I tried to follow the science but it simply was not there. I then followed the money, thats where i found the science.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteyrAUG View Post
    Do the lids lock? How do they get around the gov mandated efficiency crap?

    At my house I hang everything dry except socks and drawers.
    We bought a Speed Queen washer two years ago. https://www.bestbuy.com/site/speed-q...?skuId=6505836 It has a deep fill option button on the panel that we always use. It was $1100 then when we bundled it with a Speed Queen electric dryer. We purchased all new appliances when we moved to Wyoming. Speed Queen was the only appliance manufacturer that didn't besiege us with constant service contract offers. They have a link on their website that predicts longevity of their washer. We do two to three loads a week, it should last us over twenty years!

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    I bet the White House has a gas stove.
    Gettin' down innagrass.
    Let's Go Brandon!

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    Another manufactured crisis from politicians to drum up support for their side. Administrations consider a lot of things that don't happen. This is one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signal4l View Post
    Unfortunately all my gas stoves were lost in a tragic boating accident when I tried to have a catch and cook party onboard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_War_Wagon View Post
    Can't complain about the price of food, if you can't cook any! Must be why the UN wants us eating bugs - raw, apparently.
    LOL, that does sound like a Soviet-style answer to a problem now doesn't it?
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    This has nothing to do with health or the environment and everything to do with control. Incrementally the government is creeping into every part of our lives. Whenever I hear of a new rule or law coming out of DC my first thought is “how much is this going to cost me in both money and freedom?”.
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    I can't find the article I read however it said the gas stove issue is about indoor air pollution and it listed how other countries are approaching the subject.
    The writer stated the end goal is to get sensors into homes to monitor "air pollution". Along with that goes monitoring indoor temperatures and controlling thermostats.

    Probably be eves dropping on conversation as well.

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