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Old 01-25-2007, 12:35 PM   #1
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I thought I'd introduce myself and say hello. I purchased my first home several months ago. WHile I've done basic remodeling, I'm running into problems I've never dealt with before. My biggest problem I've typed out in a different thread. It's a pretty long one since its a pretty large problem.

My Kitchen Floor-Problems!!! Please Help!!!

Since everyone asks, my user name is from when I was in ROTC and Fat B was my handle (Do they call them handles in the Army? LOL I guess I don't even know myself) Ever since I use Fat B because I know it won't be taken. So hello and thanks for anyhelp anyone can provide.
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