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    Re: Post Race!

    Quote Originally Posted by wes4dbt View Post
    Are you talking about the MicroSoft Build discussions that kareninstructor posted a link to in the General Developers forum? If so, what did you think, worth watching?
    Yes, I'll have to go find that link.
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    Re: Post Race!

    this thread reached more than 1k comments hahaha

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    nice to see somebody having fun even on the forum. have a good day, guys

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    Re: Post Race!

    BTW guys. This is an out of the blue question. I am planning to remodel my kitchen and I need your opinion guys which would you prefer. A granite or quartzite. Help me choose guys!

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    Go with either pergo or marshmallow. The former would be nearly useless as a counter top, so you'd have endless joy replacing parts of it, while the other would be edible...as long as it doesn't mold.
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    Balsa wood. Really easy to replace.
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    Any Rock will do!

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    Well, no, that's more like soft rock, which has a g-astley appearance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jscully730 View Post
    BTW guys. This is an out of the blue question. I am planning to remodel my kitchen and I need your opinion guys which would you prefer. A granite or quartzite. Help me choose guys!
    Go with cement. Its the new trend, much cheaper too
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    I was thinking of doing cement for an outdoor grill station. Is it a do-it-yourself type of job?

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    It can be. Probably some diy videos out there. Seen it on some home improvement shows. Looked easy
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    Yeah, it takes a bit of learning, but it's easily within the diy area. You might go with a coarser layer with a finishing layer. It's that finishing layer that would scare me. There's something out there called something like pourable, or flowable, concrete, which should result in a smooth finish. I'd just be afraid that my pour would be poor.

    one nice thing about it is that you can do tests cheaply. For example, you could mix up a small amount of concrete and fill something quite small, then put a finishing on that. You could do that to try it out, then move to a larger area where the cost of getting it wrong would be harder to take. With footings, I wouldn't bother, but for something like a cooking surface or patio, I think it would be a good first step.
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