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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    Your daughters are getting 3 shots? Congrats on yours, with no side effects. They say that some of the second shots affect people because the vaccine is working. The first starts the immune system, the second is seen as an invasion. Some of the people who had a reaction to the first shot were tested... found they had had Covid and didn't realize it.

    I am now eligible to get a shot... need to get it scheduled.
    My daughters are in the 3rd, wave of getting shots. After the 2nd shot. A few people I know were getting a temperature, chills, headaches, upset stomach, feeling weak.

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    I like to tile floors. I usually rent those large title cutters from Home Depot. They would never fit on a back of a Fiat 500. I hate doing up stairs bathrooms. Running up and down the steps. so you can cut tiles. Before we sold are old house last September. Had LP waterproof flooring installed. Looks just like wood.

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    lol The tile wasn't bad, but it took most of a day to cut/unbolt the original stove. I couldn't lift it out in one piece, so took it out in convenient pieces. (The original drop in Jenn Air suck when it came to removal.)
    Sounds like a lot of work. Good luck!
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    Morning all

    forums were broken for me yesterday
    also its mid March and we're still on the February rotm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonicsdaman View Post
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    forums were broken for me yesterday
    also its mid March and we're still on the February rotm?
    Yeah, we had an issue in the morning, but got it sorted around 11 AM. As usual, jerks on the internet causing issues

    http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showt...We-Are-Back-Up!

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    well like normal, if you get someone in that needs competition go ahead and put mine in
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonicsdaman View Post
    well like normal, if you get someone in that needs competition go ahead and put mine in

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    All the tile was done before the post. It took about 6 weeks of 8 hours days, a lot of in just planning and trying out different looks before choosing the "proper" tile. Actually 2 tiles, one for trim around sink/stove/backsplash, the other for the rest of the counter. I happened to find larger tiles that were the proper width. 3 of them side by side were exactly the width for the wide counter, laid the other way were exactly sized for the 25" width... so minimum cutting. Working with the nephew, we had all the tiles measured, cut and laid in under 3 hours... mostly back splash and trim. He's never done tile but is great with a saw.

    I know what smark means about dashing up/down stairs, or tracking thru a house. The former house was like that so we just prepped a bedroom, then covered the walls with plastic sheets. My friend was cutting/delivering tile faster than I could lay it. I love tile, so more than half the house is laid out in tile. My favorite is probably the mosaic mural in the master bath, imported from Lebanon.

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