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Old 14-11-2015, 05:09 AM posted to rec.food.cooking,alt.food.fast-food,alt.food.barbecue
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On 11/13/2015 8:39 PM, Doris Night wrote:
On Fri, 13 Nov 2015 16:37:04 -0800, "Julie Bove"
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On Fri, 13 Nov 2015 12:35:35 -0000, Janet wrote:

In article , says...

Downstairs bathroom refitted with bidet and walk-in, wheelchair-
access shower, is very popular.

Janet UK

Wheelchair accessible showers are very practical. Heck you don't need
to be incapacitated to like them. I've wanted a built in shower bench
since I was in my 20's, it's very handy for putting your foot on to
facilitate leg shaving. No one I know wants a bidet. Maybe you're
talking about naturalized Europeans, but no one else wants one and I
know plenty of old people who were brought up in other countries.


My MIL had a shower bench that folded up and down. It was a horrible thing.
Had a tendency to tilt you slightly forward when sitting on it and it had a
very slippery surface so if you dared to use it, you could fall off.

The place where my dad lived had these things that were used in the shower.
They were essentially like toilet seats with legs and wheels. Some
hospitals use them too.


The really nice shower benches are built in to the wall, and are
tiled. They don't move at all and are quite safe.

There are some examples he

http://www.houzz.com/built-in-shower-seat

I won't go so far as to say I like the tile designs on those, but the
idea is really nice.

Our current bathroom has a shower that is separate from the tub, but
it doesn't have a bench. I really wish I'd had one added when we put
in the shower.

Doris

I have, on at least three prior occasions, written posts that delve into
the “alleged” lurid past of one of our former presidents, George Herbert
Walker Bush (GHWB), the current but ailing patriarch of the Bush Family
Dynasty – I refer to them as the Bush Family Crime Syndicate, certainly
not in terms of endearment – but rather more like the Mafia Godfather
who prepares his sons to take over the family business upon his death.
This particular post references an article by Stew Webb, a contributor
of Veterans Today.

In his life-time, George H. W. Bush (GHWB) has controlled every
clandestine (hidden from view) and secret organization/operation within
the arsenal of the United States government as either 1) Director of the
CIA, 2) Vice President to Ronald Reagan (who was an unwitting puppet to
the Bush controlled cabal – GHWB secretly gave Reagan poisons that
hastened his fall into Alzheimer’s Disease and evidence suggests he
helped plan Reagan’ attempted assassination by John Hinckley, whose
family were close friends of the Bush family – a coincidence?) and 3)
ultimately as President of the United States before Bill Clinton took
office.

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