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Right... *shakes head in disbelief*
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I gotta be honest, Rick...when I first read your post I thought it said "insulted"...

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I gotta be honest, Rick...when I first read your post I thought it said "insulted"...
Good one . It probably isnít feeling a lot of love , thatís for sure

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Right... *shakes head in disbelief*
Lol, ouch. Only thing that can stop me now is old age
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Lol, ouch. Only thing that can stop me now is old age
Sorry, mid 50s isn't old age. You've been hanging out too much with us codgers. You've got at least a decade to go before you're allowed to call yourself old. However, you are entitled to sneak in a nap now and again.

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Sorry, mid 50s isn't old age. You've been hanging out too much with us codgers. You've got at least a decade to go before you're allowed to call yourself old. However, you are entitled to sneak in a nap now and again.
Turned 58 last Thursday,so the mid 50ís are all but gone Tom. Turning 60 is going to be a strange feeling ,if I get there

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My doc switched me over to annual occult blood sampling. Much more pleasant process. And for Mary, there is absolutely no humor in a colonoscopy.
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Iím going to use Roxul also Vince . Way nicer than fibreglass to work with . The factory that makes it is about 3.5 hour drive from me . To bad they donít do factory discounts if you pick it up lol
You've been taking a lot of grief over not insulating ... I don't think it's so much-deserved. I bit the bullet last fall, emptied my garage, pulled the existing drywall off, put in new circuits, insulated the walls (my garage is under the house) with Roxul, and put drywall back up. It was still cold in there this winter . Granted I have an overhead door but it seals pretty tight (not a noticeable draft) but my little heater was kept busy. So if you do the insulation thing I would recommend getting a mini split for heating also.
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