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Old 05-25-2010, 10:15 PM   #21
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He said he was going to come and visit you isn't that o.k. Lon LOL

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Oh no, we would just fight.....

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No yall would not you are his favorite LOL

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What kind of floor you putting in JD? I wish I had a quarter for every sq ft of laminate I've put down...
Found this new stuff that isn't quite a laminate and isn't a hardwood or Pergo, but it installs in a similar fashion.

We were going to go with Bamboo, but we got about 10 samples and the dogs claws could scratch and mar every one. This new stuff is about an 1/8" thick and it's very tough. I have had a piece taped down in the kitchen for about 3 months, walking on it, turning on it, scuffing my boots on it and it's amazingly resilient.

I will have to get you the name Dave, it's pretty slick. Goes down on top of a waterproof, rubberized mating and snaps together like Pergo, but the finish never fades so you can just pull up a piece and replace it if you need to should something happen.

I am not "looking forward" to the install, but it will be nice to get rid of the rest of this beat up carpet and get some real floor surfaces under foot again.

Now if I can just get the woman to finish painting the damn walls this place might start to shape up.

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I'm off to Cape Cod with the new lady love. She's never been and a lot of my friends are located there. A long weekend of relaxation, bbq, beer and fornicating is on the menu

and to all those that have and still serve I will be taking some time to say my respects as always. Everyone have a wonderful weekend, enjoy yourselves and stay safe.

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My home in SC has Pergo in all the areas except the bedrooms and kitchen. It's been in place for 13 years and still looks great. One thing you'll notice right away is how much dust will "appear" when you don't have carpet. I thought for a while that laminate was a dust magnet when in reality the dust is always there and just isn't noticed with carpet. Have fun pardner...

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LOL - Half of my living room is concrete slab at the moment. I am getting all the dirt and dust awareness out of the way before I put the new stuff down.

Oh, and the dog hair is everywhere now... LOL

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I'm off to Cape Cod with the new lady love. She's never been and a lot of my friends are located there. A long weekend of relaxation, bbq, beer and fornicating is on the menu

and to all those that have and still serve I will be taking some time to say my respects as always. Everyone have a wonderful weekend, enjoy yourselves and stay safe.
Nice I hope you have a wonderful time.
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Plans for the weekend?
Saturday- cut 4 acres of grass, weedeat around my lady's flower beds, plant. transplant, fertilize, trim trees, and assorted make the outside look nice.

Sunday afternoon- picnic basket, my lady, and a 14 ft jon Boat on the upper James River. Cruise a few miles up river, shut off the motor, float, find a good sandbar for lunch spot (IF the water level goes down some- been raining here)

Monday- Hugeunot Springs cemetery, about 6 miles from the house. Used to be a Confederate hospital there. Some of the local re-enactors get together for a Memorial Day ceremony for the soldiers buried there. Y'all DID know this started as a Confederate holiday?

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Saturday: heading out to the beach with the family.
Sunday: church then hangin' around the house for some R&R and hoping my oldest son calls home. He's currently stationed at Lackland AFB.
Monday: Go to Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell for the Memorial Service.
My dad, one of my brothers, some uncles and cousins are buried there.

Memorial Day is a real tear jerker for me guys.
I probably won't be on-line this weekend.

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