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Old 10-29-2011, 09:42 PM   #16
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The carpet. You said really thick. Well, actually you said 'thing', but I assumed that to be 'thick'.

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Ahhh, I actually meant thin. My existing carpet is super thin. I'll try to get more picture tonight after trick or treating. I got the new subfloor in, all the electrical ran and the drywalling started over the weekend. It's just really hard to get pictures in this small room.

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