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    Quote Originally Posted by stevedmc View Post
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    This Southern cold streak has been brutal; I moved down here to get away from that sort of thing. Damn South...

    Toughen up, rebels....it's regularly below zero here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    Toughen up, rebels....it's regularly below zero here!
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    That was a good movie.

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    2018 driving season is looking like it'll be more of a "sitting in the garage" season.

    I started a kitchen remodeling project (from floor to ceiling, including both) that became a Kitchen/Living Room/Hallway project. Things aren't going smooth or easy, and I'm about to enter the busy season at work (10-14 hour days.)

    My car is in stands with no exhaust system installed.

    My DeLorean goals for 2018 have devolved into getting a new exhaust installed, and meet with Jimmy at least once before the end of the season.

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    You need an exhaust system of flex pipe connected to BMW motorcycle pipes. Jus' sayin'.
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    I hate homeowner crap. Im either at the mercy of someone who never follows through or I have to do it myself. Either way I'm a wreck for the duration of the project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Lesbian Goat View Post
    I hate homeowner crap. Im either at the mercy of someone who never follows through or I have to do it myself. Either way I'm a wreck for the duration of the project.
    Amen. After the flood of 2016, we paid a plumber to redo some shower stuff. He screwed up, collected his $330, and I ended up redoing the job myself anyway. So much for professionals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    2018 driving season is looking like it'll be more of a "sitting in the garage" season.

    I started a kitchen remodeling project (from floor to ceiling, including both) that became a Kitchen/Living Room/Hallway project. Things aren't going smooth or easy, and I'm about to enter the busy season at work (10-14 hour days.)

    My car is in stands with no exhaust system installed.

    My DeLorean goals for 2018 have devolved into getting a new exhaust installed, and meet with Jimmy at least once before the end of the season.
    After I finish the Kitchen/Living Room/Hallway project, I'm replacing my furnace with radiant floor heating.

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