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good to see you guys still around and good to see the site back up!!

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On 11/14/2020 at 9:48 AM, Mush Zombie said:

What’s up mt. Good to see you still kicking

Not shit, just built a house, that was not fun..  I thought I was going to enjoy the process of building but it was a nightmare from start to finish.  We used a "builder" to help organize and hire but we were not happy with most of the work. mainly the  drywall finishing and tile guys ..    hard to find to good help lol     and im sure most people know this but do not use Lowes / home depot for anything...  good stop if you need a tool or Christmas lights lol    but don't use their services 

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