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Old 04-12-07, 06:17 PM
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YAAT: Now my dishwasher broke

So I need to get a new one. Anyone have the scoop? sonic....do you possibly have the consumer reports info?

Anything change in the last 8 years in the dishwasher industry?
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buy a new trailer
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Have you tried kicking the bitch?
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I wish your wife a quick recovery.
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HA i totally beat X with the totally obvious joke
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Because I'm on a technical phone call.
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Originally Posted by El Scorcho
Have you tried kicking the nappy headed ho?
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Originally Posted by X
Because I'm on a technical phone call.
No, it's because you're old and slow and not able to keep up with the youngins when it comes to being the first at posting obvious and tired jokes.
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Woman Invented Dishwasher
Patent for first practical dish washing machine issued December 28, 1886

Josephine Garis Cochran invented the first useful dishwasher in Shelbyville, Illinois and received patent # 355,139 on December 28, 1886.

Cochrane, a wealthy woman who entertained often, wanted a machine that could wash dishes faster than her servants, and without breaking them. When she couldn't find one, she built it herself.

She measured the dishes first, then she made wire compartments, each designed to fit plates, cups, or saucers. The compartments were placed inside a wheel that lay flat within a copper boiler. A motor turned the wheel while hot soapy water squirted from the bottom of the boiler and rained down on the dishes. Her invention worked! She showed the dishwasher at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, but only restaurants and hotels showed interest in it. Cochrane founded a company to manufacture her dishwashers, which eventually became KitchenAid®. It wasn't until the 1950s, however, that dishwashers started to become a standard household kitchen appliance.

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Well, I need to go buy one, so I have decided just to concentrate on low noise.
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I have an online Consumer Reports subscription. Let me see what I find.
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Bought a Bosch. Wife told me she just cared about quiet, and it was the best in that department.
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if you want low noise, get an Asko or Miele
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The Bosch SHU43C0[2] had an excellent noise rating at an MSRP of $580.
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Well, good purchase then.

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