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Old 02-14-2014, 03:48 PM  
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Neil yesterday a girl at bank asked me why I don't use plastic again. I told her have you ever heard of identity theft using cash. She said Huh.

I had my identity stolen once but I was luck. I'm so boring they brought it back in 15 minutes.


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There used to be ten tellers now you have two or three and they are still trying to get rid of their job.


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yep, I've had it cut and a section replaced recently, there is I believe foam wrapped in foil-type wrapping, and I guess drywall for the ceiling - about 1 inch think board that gets soft and moldy from condensation. Then I believe a layer of plaster and some kind of paint over that. I will check later for any suggestions..

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yep, I've had it cut and a section replaced recently, there is I believe foam wrapped in foil-type wrapping, and I guess drywall for the ceiling - about 1 inch think board that gets soft and moldy from condensation. Then I believe a layer of plaster and some kind of paint over that. I will check later for any suggestions..

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This might help a little, don't use to many of the fancy word, some us might get lost.
http://insulation.owenscorning.com/h...tion-glossary/
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