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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Abbey is great!! Didn't really need to see her boobie though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Abbey is great!! Didn't really need to see her boobie though.

    Don't be a jealous hussy, I'm sure your boobie is beautiful to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConHog View Post
    Don't be a jealous hussy, I'm sure your boobie has an odd look on its face too.
    Corrected that for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jess View Post
    Abbey rocks!

    She's my chocolate-loving friend.


    Jimmy is my coffee-loving buddy.


    Hmmmm ... coffee and chocolate ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunny View Post
    Jess + =
    Hah! Jimmy - hit me with a pot of high octane. Gunny and I are working together today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jess View Post
    Hah! Jimmy - hit me with a pot of high octane. Gunny and I are working together today.
    Yep, know how you feel, I have the woman and my son here with me today. We have a few things to take care of, but I'm revving it up already and my huge mug is portable. I'll be back on in a little bit to raise hell though!!! =

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimnyc View Post
    Yep, know how you feel, I have the woman and my son here with me today. We have a few things to take care of, but I'm revving it up already and my huge mug is portable. I'll be back on in a little bit to raise hell though!!! =

    LOL!

    Been drinking OJ to combat my sickies but am gonna have to up it a bit. I think we're doing a floor today ... maybe. We finally got the ceiling and pipes all painted last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jess View Post
    LOL!

    Been drinking OJ to combat my sickies but am gonna have to up it a bit. I think we're doing a floor today ... maybe. We finally got the ceiling and pipes all painted last week.
    You're painting plumbing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConHog View Post
    You're painting plumbing?
    It's a 100 year old house.

    We tore up the floors, the plaster off the brick walls and the lathe (sp?) and plaster ceilings. Ray and Gunny put drywall up on the ceiling, got a concrete floor put in, we painted the ceiling and the exposed pipes that are just below the ceiling. It looks pretty good. Oh, and Gunny ran new electrical in there since the old stuff was ... well, old and there needed to be quite a few more outlets put in.

    Next step is to put a protective coating on the floor, as it is going to be his personal workshop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jess View Post
    It's a 100 year old house.

    We tore up the floors, the plaster off the brick walls and the lathe (sp?) and plaster ceilings. Ray and Gunny put drywall up on the ceiling, got a concrete floor put in, we painted the ceiling and the exposed pipes that are just below the ceiling. It looks pretty good. Oh, and Gunny ran new electrical in there since the old stuff was ... well, old and there needed to be quite a few more outlets put in.

    Next step is to put a protective coating on the floor, as it is going to be his personal workshop.

    Gunny gets a personal workshop??? Dang it, I want one too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSM View Post
    Gunny gets a personal workshop??? Dang it, I want one too!
    Sorry - that was rambling. RAY gets his own personal workshop. He'd definitely let you come over though.


    I've taken some pictures as we've gone along. Maybe I'll post some when we get done. It's been a lot of work but turned out really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jess View Post
    It's a 100 year old house.

    We tore up the floors, the plaster off the brick walls and the lathe (sp?) and plaster ceilings. Ray and Gunny put drywall up on the ceiling, got a concrete floor put in, we painted the ceiling and the exposed pipes that are just below the ceiling. It looks pretty good. Oh, and Gunny ran new electrical in there since the old stuff was ... well, old and there needed to be quite a few more outlets put in.

    Next step is to put a protective coating on the floor, as it is going to be his personal workshop.
    I wasn't considering the possibility of exposed plumbing, which I actually think can look pretty cool in the right building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConHog View Post
    I wasn't considering the possibility of exposed plumbing, which I actually think can look pretty cool in the right building.
    This is function over form but still looks pretty good.

    A lot of these old houses have hardwood floors - used for having dances- in their basements. Really pretty cool but this one had had termites and the floor was eaten up.

    These homes also used to be heated with coal. Gunny and I ended up utterly filthy when we pulled all the ceiling down during the summer. Ugh!
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