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"Oh cool. I've interacted with Carol on Twitter, tho we've never met. I'm just in NY for the week on R&R, so it's perfect timing.I'm also wondering whether there are any interesting aid-y conflict-y general do-gooder-y…"
"Hmmm. I'd say that you could drape the net over 4 bars (2 long, 2 short) lashed together in a rectangle. I've used safety pins to tie string to my net, but it obviously depends on the sort of net you are using (i.e., would it tear.)"
"We have a square wood frame that hangs from the ceiling; the mosquito net ties onto the frame (so it can be easily untied to take out and wash, without having to take the frame down from the ceiling).
Be sure to have the frame height / net length…"
"In my house, our roof is a sort of plyboard, so we've just bashed some nails into the roof and hung it from there. They haven't fallen out yet, and it's been about three months so far.
Other people I know put nails into the walls…"
"Ha! First instruction: Anyone Italian should stop reading now! I apologise for what is probably a terrible misinterpretation of a staple of your national cuisine!"Minestrone" is one of those wonderful recipes that doesn't need a…"
"you can use both, plus carrots, garlic, tomatoes (you can get little tins of tomato paste everywhere to boost the tomatoeyness - yes. it's a word) a stock cube, your noodles (or better, some pasta, also available everywhere there) and whatever…"
Robin your question under the title of "who's Rules" which was moved over to the Security group was posted as a comment on the group and not as a actual new discussion so I moved it... and am replying there.