Inspection of the Charity Property

Don and Diane join the home inspector as he cleans out the septic tank holy shit

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bruteforce650

07/08/2016
19:23:32


Would love to google earth the property, where is it?



Kary Jo

05/24/2016
16:10:35


Congrats! Very happy for both! You deserve only the very best!



AS1

05/13/2016
00:37:28


"Don and Diane join the home inspector as he cleans out the septic tank holy shit"
This calls for a Case 580 Backhoe (or similar equipment) and an investment in some Rid-X©. Never was personally involved in cleaning out a septic tank, but, back many, many moons ago, my father used to build houses in the country that included crews that did that kind of work, including setting them and running the lateral lines.

Glad to hear that you, Senior, and Ms. Diane are getting something you two will enjoy. I wish you both all the success in the world with this new Charity. I can't speak for everyone on this site, but as far as I am concerned, y'all can take your time and get this project squared away. There will be time for busting phonies later and I know that it will be worth the wait.



johnnhcharles61

05/12/2016
02:59:05


Diane looks so happy. Like being pregnant for the first time? LOL It's nice to see you guys so happy. You're not going to teach at the shooting course ? WTF? ?? I coming to have you and MC teach me. FM!! MFer... Story of my life.. MFer....



Fyrebyrd1

05/11/2016
18:56:54


So when I Google mapped what I believe is the property, it looks like an awesome location. Gonna be really cool once it's all set up, and running.



Cigar

05/11/2016
18:39:38


Bawahahaha I know exactly where you guy are...



edman0590

05/11/2016
17:18:37


15 years ago we bought a 70 year old farm house that had a minimum of 5 layers of wallpaper in every room. Wagner makes a steamer that made the job of removing all that stuff extremely easy.
Good Luck and Congratulations on the new property

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Reg Joe

05/11/2016
16:26:44


They have a spray you can get at Home Depot and a dry wall 4 inch knife and spay it real good then just scrape that wall paper right off a little messy but it works



tommyguns

05/11/2016
16:07:32


I could live on your road,looks beautiful...hopefully it's plaster walls and ceilings that have the paper on them..if it's drywall,I would lay 1/4" drywall right over it..you'll save a lot of aggravation and time.

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Rota

05/11/2016
15:00:48


Congratulations. Welcome to Maryland! ...and I didn't think it'd ever be possible to get tired of crab cakes!

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