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I'm Not Right in the Head | Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
I have 3 sets of these sitting in my garage, if anyone wants them.
Well there you go... The hot set up.
I'm Not Right in the Head | Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
So the glue they were using is what made them stop making them?
The company that originally made the material moved their manufacturing to China.
I'm not convinced this is what went wrong with the adhesive coming off of the material (if you stretch it while installing this could happen) but they pissed me off so I quit doing business with them.
This is "D" shaped wind-lace material the difference between the off the shelf EDPM stuff and this stuff is that it is more UV and heat resistant.
The company that is making it now is local... And even costs a shit load less.
Also it will probably not be available much longer (from Evolution Zen anyway) because I'm pretty tired of being in that end of the business.
Last edited by Liam; 07-17-2009, 12:18 PM.
Reason: Can't seem to fucking spell
I'm Not Right in the Head | Random Rants and other Nonsense1st Order Logic Failure: Association fallacy, this type of fallacy can be expressed as (∃x ∈ S : φ(x)) → (∀x ∈ S : φ(x)), meaning "if there exists any x in the set S so that a property φ is true for x, then for all x in S the property φ must be true".
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