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SkekTek wrote:Mah bellay is filled with turkah.

Ah'm so full....



Yum, jealous

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This is freaking awesome!



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ThunderThighs wrote:This is freaking awesome!



Interesting

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ThunderThighs wrote:This is freaking awesome!



Yes.
And now I want a candy bar. Any candy bar.



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pooflady wrote:Yes.
And now I want a candy bar. Any candy bar.

Three Musketeers are my fav.


The 3 Musketeers candy bar was invented in 1932 in the United States by M&M/MARS. It was the third candy bar produced by the company. It was originally packaged as three, individual mini bars of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry nougat; hence the name, 3 Musketeers.

The 3 Musketeers candy bar is made of two important things: chocolate and nougat. Nougat is made of egg whites that are whipped until light and frothy, with sugared syrup added to it to control the foam, creating what is called a frappé. As other flavoring ingredients are added to the frappé the nougat is born. It is then shaped and dipped in milk chocolate.

The 3 Musketeers became a single candy bar with a creamy chocolate nougat, which was the most popular flavor, when World War II made its way to the forefront and money became tight. Strawberry and vanilla had to take a backseat, since the U.S. government ordered rationing of all sugars in spring 1942. It was too expensive to produce all three flavors.



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pooflady wrote:Yes.
And now I want a candy bar. Any candy bar.



me too....

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kdccrosby wrote:me too....




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kdccrosby wrote:me too....



Just like last night I HAD to have cinnamon toast.



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pooflady wrote:Just like last night I HAD to have cinnamon toast.





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ThunderThighs wrote:



Ha-ha, I'm eating a candy bar.



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pooflady wrote:Yes.
And now I want a candy bar. Any candy bar.



me too....

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pooflady wrote:Just like last night I HAD to have cinnamon toast.



I still don't have any bread.

I'm going to have to go to the grocery star tomorrow.

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kdccrosby wrote:me too....



Me three.

Great the only eggs I have are ones from my friend's chickens and they are small. I need 6 large yolks and since the eggs haven't been cleaned I'm nor sure about separating them using the shells. . . plus I've only got 8 small ones. Guess I'm going to the store.

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good evening all.

We got another gift today but since the couple's wedding shower is on Saturday, we are going to wait to open it until then.

//smack daj


I don't think that I'll get to "live blog" the shower but I'll be sure to blog it at least.

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KtCallista wrote:Me three.

Great the only eggs I have are ones from my friend's chickens and they are small. I need 6 large yolks and since the eggs haven't been cleaned I'm nor sure about separating them using the shells. . . plus I've only got 8 small ones. Guess I'm going to the store.



I went to the store today and forgot eggs. It was on my list. Forgot to look at my list. I have one. We might have to arm wrestle for it tomorrow morning.



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pooflady wrote:I went to the store today and forgot eggs. It was on my list. Forgot to look at my list. I have one. We might have to arm wrestle for it tomorrow morning.



I say whomever gets up first has to go. That's hubby, right?

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kdccrosby wrote:I say whomever gets up first has to go. That's hubby, right?



I'll tell him that.



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pooflady wrote:I'll tell him that.



GEG would be SOL even if she did say that to me.

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Okay, I need some help. My math skills are pitiful. We have a 20x20 deck. Trex (composite decking) is around $25 per square foot (installed). What would just the decking cost?



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KtCallista wrote:Yum, jealous



Still awake. Surprising.

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pooflady wrote:Okay, I need some help. My math skills are pitiful. We have a 20x20 deck. Trex (composite decking) is around $25 per square foot (installed). What would just the decking cost?



20x20 = 400 sq. ft.

400 sq ft x $25/sq ft = $10,000.

i think.

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pooflady wrote:Okay, I need some help. My math skills are pitiful. We have a 20x20 deck. Trex (composite decking) is around $25 per square foot (installed). What would just the decking cost?



Snarky answer: More than I have.

True answer: 20x20 = 400 sq feet * 25 = 10000 bucks.

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pooflady wrote:Okay, I need some help. My math skills are pitiful. We have a 20x20 deck. Trex (composite decking) is around $25 per square foot (installed). What would just the decking cost?



20*20 = 400sqft

400*25 = 10,000

That crap is waaaay more expensive than it needs to be.

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no1 wrote:20x20 = 400 sq. ft.

400 sq ft x $25/sq ft = $10,000.

i think.



That's what I got as well.

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cruzer wrote:20*20 = 400sqft

400*25 = 10,000

That crap is waaaay more expensive than it needs to be.



Especially since the trex itself probably costs around $1200 for that size deck.

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SkekTek wrote:Snarky answer: More than I have.



i considered answering "your immortal soul"

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Hmm, if I had the free hands, I'd build the deck for you for that. . . .I wonder if my Dad would lend me the tools.

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Watching musical Fringe. Some shows can pull of musical episodes (basically, any Joss Whedon show), but here, it's just weird.

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SkekTek wrote:Watching musical Fringe. Some shows can pull of musical episodes (basically, any Joss Whedon show), but here, it's just weird.



Castle might-could pull it off.

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KtCallista wrote:That's what I got as well.



Yeah, that's what I came up with. Hard to believe. And that's not railings or anything. And from what I've heard and read, lots and lots of problems with it, especially mildew.



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KtCallista wrote:Castle might-could pull it off.



Yeah. Helps to have an actor who's been in a Joss-led musical show like Nathan.

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pooflady wrote:Yeah, that's what I came up with. Hard to believe. And that's not railings or anything. And from what I've heard and read, lots and lots of problems with it, especially mildew.



I've never heard of mildew issues, but it's drier here.

My parents have a Trex deck, and my Dad used leftovers for the floor of the playhouse and the shutters. We used it for bridges at the nature center too.

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pooflady wrote:Yeah, that's what I came up with. Hard to believe. And that's not railings or anything. And from what I've heard and read, lots and lots of problems with it, especially mildew.



I haven't heard the mildew issues either. You have to think about the understructure too. It needs more structure because it is more flexable than wood. Also nails are not reccomended for fastening so special screws or clips.
On the other hand very little maintenance once installed. No rot etc.
When I build one over my patio it will be Trex or a similar product.

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Iceback wrote:I haven't heard the mildew issues either. You have to think about the understructure too. It needs more structure because it is more flexable than wood. Also nails are not reccomended for fastening so special screws or clips.
On the other hand very little maintenance once installed. No rot etc.
When I build one over my patio it will be Trex or a similar product.



I'd do a lot of reading first. We talked to a friend who does decks, and he said no way. He's done some and he said most people aren't happy. Again, the mildew issue.



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pooflady wrote:I'd do a lot of reading first. We talked to a friend who does decks, and he said no way. He's done some and he said most people aren't happy. Again, the mildew issue.



Edit: There's some vinyl products that might work better.



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Re- decks:

I'd perhaps ask Josephus- he knows a lot about woodworking so might have an excellent suggestion. But my suggestion would be red cedar or redwood

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SkekTek wrote:Re- decks:

I'd perhaps ask Josephus- he knows a lot about woodworking so might have an excellent suggestion. But my suggestion would be red cedar or redwood



cedar is the less expensive option here. Trex is harder to cut and drill, it does eat your bits.

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I am now reading there are mold issues.
"Trexä has settled it’s class action law suit, and it appears that they still have mold issues. Numerous people have called prior to signing a confidentiality agreement with Trexä agreeing not to talk about it... "

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Good article

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