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Leftöver Crack is an American punk rock band formed in 1998, following the breakup of Choking Victim. The band is currently signed to Tankcrimes for CD releases, and Alternative Tentacles for vinyl releases. Leftöver Crack spans several different music genres including hardcore punk, ska, and crust punk. They write mostly political lyrics of a radical leftist nature, opposing religion, capitalism, and authority. Members of Leftöver Crack reside in the C-Squat on 155 Avenue C in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City. Natives of New York City, band members have a well-documented history of back-and-forth conflict with the NYPD which precedes the band's formation.[2] The name "Leftöver Crack" is explained by Stza as being "an oxymoron", based on the idea that crack cocaine addicts are known for vigorous use and are unlikely to have any "leftover" crack.

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When the effluent discharges from the septic tank, it should first flow by watertight 4-inch diameter pipe through a distribution box, or "D-box" (Figure 7), and then enter the absorption field through 4-inch diameter perforated plastic pipe. Slope of the watertight pipe should be a minimum of 1/4-inch per foot toward the field to prevent clogging. Holes in the perforated pipe should be 1/2- to 3/4-inch in diameter. The lateral pipes must be of rigid construction and laid as level as possible, with not more than 1/4-inch drop in 10 feet of horizontal distance. On sloping sites, a distribution box with watertight piping to each lateral (Figure 8) is strongly encouraged over use of stepdown boxes (Figure 9), because the D-box ensures equal flow to all laterals. Use of inexpensive plastic equalizing V-notches in the D-box openings will further enhance its flow performance. Coiled black tubing that is designed for roof or basement drains is not suitable for lateral pipes.

With shallow placement, a minimum of 2 feet of natural soil separation between the trench bottom and the uppermost elevation of the seasonally high water table or rock must be maintained. The trenches are dug to 12 inches deep and filled to the original ground level with 1-1/2- to 3-inch diameter clean gravel. The gravel is then covered with building paper, synthetic drainage fabric, or other approved material to keep soil from clogging the gravel. The absorption field is then covered with loamy soil or good topsoil to a depth of 12 to 18 inches at the center, extending the fill at least 5 feet past the trenches before feathering it down to ground level. A turfgrass cover is established on the fill immediately after construction.

Some issues, such as the slope of the site are obvious. If the site drops about six feet over the width of the house, you will need a deeper foundation on the low side (or a stepped-down foundation). Soil types are less obvious, but certain types of problem soils can make a site challenging and expensive to build on.

If the existed soil has not already been disturbed, you may be able to place your foundation a couple of feet down (onto solid ground below the topsoil) and build your foundation wall high enough to provide the necessary elevation. The house will be resting on undisturbed ground. However, the fill around the house should still be compacted or you may find your yard, driveway, front steps, etc., sinking over the next several years as the fill naturally settles. How rapidly this occurs depends on the soil type, moisture content, rainfall, and drainage patterns, so it is difficult to predict.

For a standard 8 ft. foundation wall, the lot needs to slope downward about 7 ft. from the front to the walk-out entrance in back. A little less slope of about 4-6 feet works well as the grades can be adjusted in the finished grading around the walk-out. A 7 foot drop over 35 feet is a 20% grade. For steeper sites, you can expect to spend extra money on the foundation and earthwork, as well as retaining walls and landscaping, to stabilize the slope and create usable yard space. See also Building on a Sloped Site. 350c69d7ab


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