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Old 03-31-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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Hey....guess what....I found a thread that shows joecaption at work.....

Go to page 8 you will find a video of him in action......

http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/sh...s-I-don-t-even.....






PS.....joe....ya know I love ya man....just having some fun....but you have to look at it....

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man, Joe is one fast carpenter .....

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Old 03-31-2013, 04:22 PM   #3
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Surely that can't be for real
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It's real....(just not joe....but I know he can see the humor in it)
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Old 03-31-2013, 04:27 PM   #5
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That's funny, a blind man with no arms and legs could do better then that.
Bet he got the plans on one of those silly DIY shows.
Let me know when it all falls done I need some 2 X 4's.
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Old 03-31-2013, 04:33 PM   #6
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People like that have kept me in business.
Picture the look on a roofers face when having to go to this site and give a price on roofing it.
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Old 03-31-2013, 05:06 PM   #7
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My neighbor on the corner built a shed like that and he put 2 x 4 rafters up flat like that too. He was also Asian and could not speak English at all so I could not even communicate with him, though I wish I could. Now I know how they get those concave roofs over there.
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Old 03-31-2013, 05:07 PM   #8
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Well...that was entertaining. Thanks for posting
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I was fully expecting to see this type of picture....

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PERMIT ????????????/ We don't need stin kin permits.
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that is the greatest thing i have ever seen. with those common nails it will move with the wind and settle with the ground and never fall haha! what a house of cards!
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The guy who's posting those pictures said "I'm fairly certain this violates several bylaws" and obviously thinks it's not a safe structure yet he's not reporting it. He obviously doesn't care about the safety of others no matter what he knows about the right way to build something. And he's on the guy's property and touching his stuff. I hope he's the one it collapses on. The builder probably thinks it's safe.
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The guy who's posting those pictures said "I'm fairly certain this violates several bylaws" and obviously thinks it's not a safe structure yet he's not reporting it. He obviously doesn't care about the safety of others no matter what he knows about the right way to build something. And he's on the guy's property and touching his stuff. I hope he's the one it collapses on. The builder probably thinks it's safe.
Apparently the video is also posted on several other forums as well as video sites. I'm sure it has been viewed by someone who is somebody.
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Hey....guess what....I found a thread that shows joecaption at work.....

Go to page 8 you will find a video of him in action......

http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/sh...s-I-don-t-even.....

PS.....joe....ya know I love ya man....just having some fun....but you have to look at it....
I new to this forum so I am still finding my way. I hope I am sending this request to the right place - apologies if not.
I am hoping to install composite panels on the house (8x4 sheets). The house is wood clap boards. Do I wrap the house in insulation paper, how to I start, how do I finish around the windows.
Can some direct me to a web site with good details on installation of panel sheets.

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