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I've lived with forced air, water radiators, wood burning stove, and even natural gas and kerosene space heaters but forced air is by far the best for the speed at which it heats. My only hate of forced air is the humidity issue. My house has built in humidifiers so it's not a problem.
You should get some shitake plugs and put them in the trees. http://www.amazon.com/Shiitake-Mushroom-Mycelium-Plug-Spawn/dp/B00BJ5F84S
"Free firewood! Must chop and haul yourself"
So I went to look at some diamonds and settings with my girlfriend. We were looking for an emerald cut good quality around a carat to a carat and a half. He showed us one was that was a more than we wanted to pay with a setting we really liked. We left after that since he didn't have any smaller ones. We went back a second time and I had decided that if he came off the price a little I would take it. He wanted $8700, I said I would pay cash today if he'd do $7700. I...
It's a Homburg that's probably been dented to look more casual.
Y'all need a little brush up on physiology I see. A huge amount of heat leaves your body through your head if you wore even a tiny beret it would make you feel quite a bit warmer. Covering your ears and not your head is pointless.
We don't have a "why Chicago sucks" so I'll post it here. Monday they are predicting a high of -9F and a low of -12F and wind chill of -45F. I didn't sign up for this.
How much does it cost to have someone install an electrical socket where there isn't one? We have a serious lack of plugs upstairs. Ataturk, don't tell me to do it myself.
The house we bought this summer had a severe case of this. It had ugly wallpaper everywhere and lots of 70s/80s decorations to match. It sat on the market for 2 years.
Are you buying a place in Austin? Where?
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