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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Looking East. Ready for siding and roofing
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    From the album: Sports Humor

    The Redskins Defeat the PC Left; Networks Yawn By Scott Whitlock | June 30, 2017 It’s officially over. The Washington Redskins have defeated the politically correct left. And the liberal media couldn't care less. The Washington Post, a newspaper that led the fight against the team keeping the name, relegated the story to the metro section. The headline announced, “Washington Redskins win trademark fight over the team’s name.” All three networks on Thursday night and Friday morning skipped the news. Post writers Ian Shapira and Ann E. Marimow conceded, “On Thursday, after protests outside NFL stadiums, vows by sports journalists never to use the word and even former president Barack Obama urging team owner Daniel Snyder to change the name, the battle petered out.” They added: On Thursday, the five Native Americans fighting the NFL team over its trademark registrations called it quits in federal appeals court. So did the Justice Department, which on Wednesday declared the team the winner. This is the same Post that spent 32,000 words in 2012 and 2013 attacking the name, the paper that was disappointed to do a poll and find out that 90 percent of Native Americans don’t find the name offensive. (In May of 2016, when that poll was conducted, the networks ignored it.) http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/scott-whitlock/2017/06/30/redskins-defeat-pc-left-networks-yawn
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    An attempt and backward engineering a barn door trolley. 1 down 3 to go.
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    West side 1/4 way done with siding. Those Gator clamps turn a siding job into a 1 man job. They are like having 2 extra people holding the 12' siding strips. One of the best tools($60) I have ever bought
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    New siding and Header board. Ready for caulk and paint.
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    New soffit completed
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Redoing the overhang. Did not like the small one.
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Figuring design measurements for a sliding barn door.
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Ready for caulk and paint
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    North end with siding, ready for paint
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Looking West. Ready for siding and a rolling barn door.
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    7 of the 11 home built trusses.
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Short E. wall where door will begin.
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Wall is up and bolted to the stem wall
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    S. end of shed wall being built. 17 inches from the house. The entire wall needed to be framed, sheeted and siding. It was a b*stard to pick up. It took 3 of us and a floor jack.
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    From the album: TRUMP Humor

    SOLD OUT! Real News Correspondents Gala Saturday Night in Washington DC Jim Hoft Apr 28th, 2017 The first Real News Correspondents Gala is Sold Out! America’s Real Media Personalities are gathering Saturday to celebrate the most successful first 100 days of any president in the last 100 years. We are THRILLED to announce several conservative favorites: James O’Keefe III Mike Cernovich Gavin McInnes Rose Tennent Cassandra Fairbanks Lucian Wintrich Jack Posobiec Jim Hoft Leaders of the new conservative movement will gather on Saturday, April 29th from 7-11 PM for a night of food, drinks and awards. Tickets were very limited — they sold out fast! The centrally located Washington D.C. location will be announced closer to the event. Dress Code: 80’s Retro SEE YOU ON SATURDAY NIGHT IN WASHINGTON DC! We Will be Live-Streaming the Event on Saturday! http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/04/sold-real-news-correspondents-gala-saturday-night-washington-dc/
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    From the album: Commie Humor

    Monkey Trap A "monkey trap" is sprung when a victim is so reluctant to surrender a temporary gain it fixes him in place allowing his enemies to inflict long term destruction. He can escape by letting go but it never occurs to him; and so ‘the monkey is trapped not by anything physical, but by an idea, unable to see that a principle that served him well has become lethal’. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, has been death on political monkeys. Its first victim was the Democratic Party which having hailed it as a step on the road to a single payer health care system, were so blinded to its financial and practical faults that they let it drag them to oblivion in the 2014 midterm and 2016 presidential elections rather than letting it go. But its lethal career may not be over. Now it is Obamacare repeal-and-replace process which threatens to trap the administration of Donald Trump. If single-payer is the Holy Grail of liberal health policy, its conservative equivalent is a competitive health insurance market. In keeping with his election promises DJT must find some way to swap out the government-centric Obamacare engine with a completely different motor while keeping the car running -- that is to say without disrupting the public's health coverage. The public expects the administration to do radical things but without causing severe inconvenience. To do this Paul Ryan has devised a three step plan. Proponents of the American Health Care Act [the GOP Obamacare replacement] claim that full repeal of Obamacare cannot be accomplished in one bill due to limitations imposed by the budget reconciliation process. House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc. made this point at length in a press conference. Republican leadership in the House of Representatives insisted that the best way to move forward on repeal was in a three-step process. Step one was to use budget reconciliation to repeal Obamacare taxes, eliminate the individual and employer mandates, tweak the subsidies, and repeal some minor regulations. Step two was to let Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price take administrative action to repeal the rest of the regulations and administer free-market reforms via agency promulgation. Step three was for Congress to legislate further reforms that cannot be included in reconciliation. It's exactly the kind of procedure-centric plan Ryan would come up with. The trouble with this approach according to critics like Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton is that step one risks strengthening most of Obamacare's most objectionable features (from the GOP viewpoint) before any progress from steps two and three even begin kick in. The Senator from Arkansas Tweeted his objections: 1. House health-care bill can't pass Senate w/o major changes. To my friends in House: pause, start over. Get it right, don't get it fast. 2. GOP shouldn't act like Dems did in O'care. No excuse to release bill Mon night, start voting Wed. With no budget estimate! 3. What matters in long run is better, more affordable health care for Americans, NOT House leaders' arbitrary legislative calendar. https://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/2017/03/15/monkey-trap/ Let it go. Start over.
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    From the album: stuff

    This is exactly why you should only eat organic cereals
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Better pick of footer rebar
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    other end of pad with rebar installed for the block .
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    From the album: nstoolman1

    Made them out of I-joist left over from the home being built on the cul-de-sac. Lined it with plastic and filled it with dirt.
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    From the album: Dinar Humor

    [b]Just Before the Last Pie Fight! [/b]


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