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    Yup, that will almost certainly matter. Cutting...

    Yup, that will almost certainly matter. Cutting it wider is almost guaranteed to require a structural engineer. There's also the design/engineering of the concrete wall that is going to have to be...
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    $1500/month worked out to how much per hour for...

    $1500/month worked out to how much per hour for child care? Not very much.

    The shock value wears off as soon as you think about it for more than half a second.
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    Get another oven thermometer. That pizza didn't...

    Get another oven thermometer. That pizza didn't come out of a true 550 degree oven unless it was only in there for about 4 minutes.
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    RIP Gary Paulsen

    A 20th century American literary icon, and among the most influential authors I've had the pleasure of reading.

    I can only hope that someday I'm described in my obituary as a "proud Luddite and...
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    It's ok to call it a Guido house, Benny.

    It's ok to call it a Guido house, Benny.
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    I was in two houses yesterday, both recent...

    I was in two houses yesterday, both recent remodels, both had bathtubs in the living rooms. Is that a new thing? One of the places also had two bedrooms with tubs in the bedrooms, and yes, they...
  7. I don't always agree with SFB, but while the rest...

    I don't always agree with SFB, but while the rest of you are contorting yourselves into positions that would allow you all give yourselves a hearty rimjob to justify your piss-poor, cavalier decision...
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    I have no problem at all with people getting...

    I have no problem at all with people getting paid. I have a problem with people thinking that their transactional exchange is actually some kind of altruism or charity, and the subsequent narcissism...
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    Replace all 4, you miserly fuck.

    Replace all 4, you miserly fuck.
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    60 miles round-trip is an imposition?! What is...

    60 miles round-trip is an imposition?! What is this, 1840? Hang on while I get out my tiny, tiny violin to play you a tune. :rolleyes2
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    Got a 10 cord load of logs dropped in the yard...

    Got a 10 cord load of logs dropped in the yard this morning. That should cover the winters of 22-23 and 23-24, although with all the dead standing Quakies in my yard, I may be able to stretch it out...
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    Paging Slaag Master... Also, let's call a...

    Paging Slaag Master...

    Also, let's call a spade a spade, you're selling plasma, not donating it.
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    I have a weird domestic water system. It has a...

    I have a weird domestic water system. It has a man-made spring with a submersible pump in it, that pumps water up to two cisterns. From those cisterns, it flows inside to a normal well pump and...
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    Unless you have the aesthetic sensibilities of an...

    Unless you have the aesthetic sensibilities of an 8 year old, that thing sucks.

    It's no surprise who among this crowd is into it.
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    This is partially false. Soapstone isn't...

    This is partially false. Soapstone isn't particularly hard, but it is way less porous and far more resistant to staining than granite or marble.
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    Spoken like someone who has some tattoos they...

    Spoken like someone who has some tattoos they really regret. Vibes, bro.
  17. Irony so thick you need a machete to hack through...

    Irony so thick you need a machete to hack through it.



    FIFY.
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    STFU and get boosted, shitbags.

    STFU and get boosted, shitbags.
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    If you think he's an oddball, imagine the kind of...

    If you think he's an oddball, imagine the kind of people who hire him.

    Do we think the last number of his cell phone area code is a 1 or 2? There are lots of weirdos in Utah and Vermont, and lots...
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    Best Day Ever and Silverpeak are both within 150'...

    Best Day Ever and Silverpeak are both within 150' of privately owned condos. Goodpeople in Basalt has units awfully close to it, as does High Q on Main Street in Carbondale. Green Joint in Glenwood...
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    I can think of 4 pot shops in the RFV alone that...

    I can think of 4 pot shops in the RFV alone that are within 150 feet of private residences.
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    Shit, hire that guy ASAP. You could damn near add...

    Shit, hire that guy ASAP. You could damn near add a zero to the cost of a job like that around here and be in the ballpark. Screaming deal.
  23. This thread proves beyond any shadow of a doubt...

    This thread proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that the ratio of assholes to registered users on this forum is about 0.9999:1. JFC, I've never seen anyplace so chock full of detestable human beings...
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    Eat shit and drop dead to both of you. And I...

    Eat shit and drop dead to both of you. And I would relish the chance to say that to you both while I shake your hands and make eye contact with a smile on my face at a maggot gathering.

    My...
  25. If it hasn't already been said, forget July and...

    If it hasn't already been said, forget July and do the trip in late September/early October. Why would you want to spend a ton of time driving around during the hottest, most unpleasant part of the...
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    Would 9:23pm or 5:23am annoy you more? I think I...

    Would 9:23pm or 5:23am annoy you more? I think I would prefer the night mower for an inconsiderate neighbor, and I can't even remember the last time I slept past 5:15am.
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    My dad has a corded, electric Stihl one that is...

    My dad has a corded, electric Stihl one that is 25 years old by now. He puts dozens of hours on it every summer. Never had to do anything but keep the spool loaded.

    He and I share a disdain for...
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    We have seen the enemy, and it is YOU.

    We have seen the enemy, and it is YOU.
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    Yeah, 419 Willoughby. It's nice inside, but not...

    Yeah, 419 Willoughby. It's nice inside, but not that nice. I can think of several homes in the area that are nicer off the top of my head.
  30. I paid $200 including shipping for a pair that's...

    I paid $200 including shipping for a pair that's in very similar shape to yours a few months ago around here. They even came freshly tuned, waxed and drilled for bindings worthy of such a ski. ...
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    Along similar lines, a private prison company is...

    Along similar lines, a private prison company is having a big hiring fair for prison guards around here. It's really tempting to show up just to see the fetid underbelly of society in all it's...
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    How much did it cost your wife to bribe the woman...

    How much did it cost your wife to bribe the woman she rear-ended to tell that version of the story to the adjuster? :tongue:
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    Nice, I appreciate the information. I'm just...

    Nice, I appreciate the information. I'm just starting to kick the tires on installing a setup like that; there are a bunch of smaller projects I want to get taken care of around the house first.
    ...
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    Just picked up an MS 261. Seems like it should...

    Just picked up an MS 261. Seems like it should be more than enough saw for the size/species of trees I deal with.
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    It might straighten itself back out if you leave...

    It might straighten itself back out if you leave it out in the sun today. 92 degrees in Marble is fucked.
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    I'm going to be looking into installing panels...

    I'm going to be looking into installing panels and battery storage at the place I just bought. With my southerly exposure, I should be well positioned for it. It seems like a much better option...
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    That math still probably works nicely if you're...

    That math still probably works nicely if you're getting 4-6 homes per acre and they're selling for $600-800k per home.
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    Glad I'm locked in at 2.75% on a 30 year fixed...

    Glad I'm locked in at 2.75% on a 30 year fixed rate mortgage.
  39. If you enjoyed that, this is worth checking out:...

    If you enjoyed that, this is worth checking out: https://www.amazon.com/Cold-Vanish-Seeking-Americas-Wildlands/dp/153874757X
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    He's also married, so in reality he doesn't have...

    He's also married, so in reality he doesn't have anywhere near $1.1M, she does.
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    This. What water gets heated anywhere close to...

    This. What water gets heated anywhere close to 165 degrees in a domestic setting? Unless you're trying to injure your clients, I don't see it. 120F max for DHW.
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    I find it interesting that it seems like water...

    I find it interesting that it seems like water heater preferences are somewhat regional. In WWA, I saw almost exclusively tankless, in both new homes and as retrofits. I don't think I've seen a...
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    While he might love the jokes in principle, he...

    While he might love the jokes in principle, he would undoubtedly say that it's pi in the sky for that little thing to winch anything more than an atv out of the mud.
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    Yeah, and what was the death rate/100,000 for...

    Yeah, and what was the death rate/100,000 for UX/UI designers before the actuaries realized that the USA is an obscenely violent country where the possibility of a disgruntled coworker rolling into...
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    Mrs. Glademaster?! Does my posting history make...

    Mrs. Glademaster?! Does my posting history make it look like I'm fucking married? The metaphorical toilet seat is up, man. I have no need or desire for a succubus in my life, thank you very much.
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    I want some of these so badly. It's just another...

    I want some of these so badly. It's just another piece of livestock, and prime fodder to be fed to pets. Just wait until we're all eating them in a few years when the great global livestock cull in...
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    Moderator note: this post was a cruel post that...

    Moderator note: this post was a cruel post that referenced a maggot by his real name and tried to troll him about his son who was electrocuted.
    The poster is at least temporarily banned.
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    In America, those tasks get farmed out to the...

    In America, those tasks get farmed out to the business owner's wife/gf, who does them without compensation. I've seen it firsthand several times.

    And the end result of that attitude toward art...
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    Exactly. Those guys making $200K aren't...

    Exactly. Those guys making $200K aren't journeymen, so they've been pulling wire full time for 10+ years to be making that kind of money. And they probably spent a number of years making less than...
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    I dunno, I feel like this a prime of example of...

    I dunno, I feel like this a prime of example of "fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me." How can it be that there isn't some small part of you rooting for these guys?

    They sent...
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