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chatterweb

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I want stucco or?

I despise drywall.


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In a word, wood.  Trim work, wainscoting, molding, paneling and doors.  Nothing cooler than a hardwood lumber yard.  Wallpaper can be pretty cool as well.  I love the old movies about rich old guys hiring private detectives.  They have such cool libraries.  For something more recent look at the YouTube video "Top 10 Movie Millionaires" and check out the backgrounds.  The set designers will thank you.

If you look up the word "engineer” in an English dictionary, you might find "technologist,” while in Japanese, its meaning uses the character for "art.” Analyzing this character, you will find it is created by inserting the character "require” into the character "action." So, art seems to be something requiring action. In mathematics, use of the abacus requires practice even though the principle of the abacus beads can be understood easily by anybody. But fast and accurate operation requires constant practice. The martial art of shinai, the bamboo sword, was first called gekken, attacking with the sword. But it soon became kenjutsu, the art of using the sword. When actual fighting with the sword ceased in the beginning of the Meiji era, it became kendo, the way of the sword. Recently, it is being called kengi, the technique of using the sword. In the era when the stronger opponent generally won, it was gekken, fighting with swords. But as the art form developed, even a weaker opponent could win and so it became kenjutsu. When the practical use of the sword was no longer in demand, it became kendo. In my opinion, swordsmanship advanced most during the kenjutsu era because action was required. Action is also required in gijutsu (technology) - real action is what counts Taiichi Ohno “Totoda Production System” 1988, p. 71




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I have hardwood floors, mixed with laminate in bathrooms and ther kitchn and a funky laminate slap job of parque wood (slap down ksquare kind)

I am thinking stucco, like Spanish style for inside as well as outside my house.

It was built in 1969 and needs some updating.

I am currently looking to connect with an individual skilled in C-13 as well as someone skilled in C-10, C-7 skilled C-27.

I used to own a house in Lincoln Acres, circa 1950s and I liked the stucco because my Former spouse once tried to punch the stucco wall in dining room, and it almost broke his hand it jammed his fingers bad, idiot.

He was intoxicated...anyways, I also remember the Tucson Az "2nd home"

I liked the paint color and stucco style outside, however that was not good quality exterior stucco, because guess who punched a hole in exterior "2nd AZ SFR" while angry.

He is in my past now...finally. [smile]))

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