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Re: What a mess!

Kitty, I argued against this project to no avail.  I'm just a silly female.
I didn't tell the whole run-up which included a new furnace and other
problems.  No, they can't store the extra oil.  No, nobody had thought
to check the details.  We can make small adjustments to the tank,
but it will always be very tight.  It's just not politic for me to make 
any comments aloud.  Male egos, you know.

In a message dated 10/26/2006 10:03:48 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
Sorry about the mess Auralie.  Didn't anyone think things through before 
tackling this project (besides you, of course, in having your plants potted 
up) ?  Can't they syphon the excess oil from the old tank?  Why didn't they 
measure the contents before proceeding?  Sounds like the 700gal would've 
easily gotten you through til spring, so why did it have to be done now? 
Can they reposition the new tank in the garage or is that a done deal?

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