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Originally Posted by poutanen View Post
Okay chronic... Here's the plans. Build it! lol

that looks nice, I don't envy you the process. I bought a 1921 craftsman style house that I have been restoring over the last ten years...Well I bought it ten years ago, I didn't start the restoration process until maybe 4 yeas ago... it's been a shit ton of blood, sweat and tears. Not to mention costly. I might as well light a bon fire of cash...sigh. Ive sunk well over 50k into it and Im maybe half way there :'( I should have just built a new place to start with....I do have room to build a back house, my lots decent sized. At least for LA.

Sometimes I think I should buy one of those pre fabs, put it up in the back yard and bulldoze this thing down to the ground.

and just for you, I will say I used to screen dates by asking them "are you handy? Can you do plumbing/electrical/paint etc" lol. For a while Id only date construction workers.

if a cat fucked a shark, the babies would be called women. snowklinger

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