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Today 11:18 AM
kosmoz Today olympic comitee showed the world they don't have balls. Russia steroid delegation will participate in Rio.
Today 10:31 AM
f00bar
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Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
Our house has damn popcorn ceilings too. I'm not even going to bother with removing them. When I get to the point of being sick of hearing the wife bitch about them, I'm just going to go right over top of them with 1/4" drywall.
If the ceilings haven't been painted its a piece of cake job. Sadly most of my ceilings have been so it takes quite a bit more time to saturate with water and a lot more scraping.

And saturating the ceiling and raising the humidity in the house to 90% is just really awesome added bonus in a heatwave too!

I thought about just covering but I'm a one man outfit so there's no way it'd be easier, and I really don't like mudding.
Today 10:22 AM
linvillegorge
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Popcorn ceilings(specifically removing them), drywall mud, and the fact that my daughter in her teenage angst years decided to cover her walls with all sorts of 'deep and meaningful lyrics that must have been written with her in mind' with some sort of oil based paint I've had to sand down a layer of paint to get to. Repainting a room should not be a weekend endeavor.
Our house has damn popcorn ceilings too. I'm not even going to bother with removing them. When I get to the point of being sick of hearing the wife bitch about them, I'm just going to go right over top of them with 1/4" drywall.
Today 10:16 AM
f00bar Popcorn ceilings(specifically removing them), drywall mud, and the fact that my daughter in her teenage angst years decided to cover her walls with all sorts of 'deep and meaningful lyrics that must have been written with her in mind' with some sort of oil based paint I've had to sand down a layer of paint to get to. Repainting a room should not be a weekend endeavor.
Today 08:16 AM
robotfood99 People that do not turn on the lights while driving at night. Got almost run over by one while riding in the bicycle lane. What with today's auto headlights, there is no excuse for this level of stupidity.

I sprinted up to it at a stoplight and yelled some expletives. It stilled rolled away without turning on its lights. So I called in the licence plate number, gave the direction it was headed, and added it looked like a drunk driver.
07-17-2016 10:59 PM
linvillegorge
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Originally Posted by ridinbend View Post
Did you end up moving?
Still In CO. Just bought a new house in March. A whole five minutes away from our old one.
07-17-2016 03:00 PM
ridinbend
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Originally Posted by chomps1211 View Post
You don't actually have to come in contact with poison oak/ivy. If it's very hot,.. You can get the rash from the plants transpired moisture in the air. Being severly allergic as you are,.. Just getting close could be enough to lead to an outbreak!

Really bad cases can be helped by getting an injection of corticosteroids. Helps with the swelling & itching.

Sucks, I know! Had a few bad cases of it myself while living in the PNW! (...be very grateful you didn't get it on yer "junk!" ) That REALLY sucks!
I will need a cortisone shot before the end of the day. I'm miserable. The oak was intertwined in black berry bushes. Deceiving little cunts.


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Poison ivy is all over the east coast. I'm actually not that reactive to it. If I get into it as long as I can wash off within the next hour or so I wont see anything from it. If I don't, I just have a light rash for a couple of days. Some people are super reactive to it and it absolutely tears them up.
Did you end up moving?
07-17-2016 02:40 PM
linvillegorge Poison ivy is all over the east coast. I'm actually not that reactive to it. If I get into it as long as I can wash off within the next hour or so I wont see anything from it. If I don't, I just have a light rash for a couple of days. Some people are super reactive to it and it absolutely tears them up.
07-17-2016 02:38 PM
chomps1211
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It's all over the banks of the Deschutes river. Unfortunately I seem to get it no matter how cautious I am. Seems to be the price I pay to fish for steelhead. It doesn't have the obvious the leaf and colors either so it's easy to miss. Plus I'm highly allergic so any contact always results in outbreak. This one is especially bad. It's fuckin terribad.
You don't actually have to come in contact with poison oak/ivy. If it's very hot,.. You can get the rash from the plants transpired moisture in the air. Being severly allergic as you are,.. Just getting close could be enough to lead to an outbreak!

Really bad cases can be helped by getting an injection of corticosteroids. Helps with the swelling & itching.

Sucks, I know! Had a few bad cases of it myself while living in the PNW! (...be very grateful you didn't get it on yer "junk!" ) That REALLY sucks!
07-17-2016 02:35 PM
snowklinger
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It's all over the banks of the Deschutes river. Unfortunately I seem to get it no matter how cautious I am. Seems to be the price I pay to fish for steelhead. It doesn't have the obvious the leaf and colors either so it's easy to miss. Plus I'm highly allergic so any contact always results in outbreak. This one is especially bad. It's fuckin terribad.
fuuuuck that shit bro, vibes......
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