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2023.03.21 20:37 ExplorerMama March 2023 GBP

March 2023 GBP
I am happy with this month's haul and add ons. I had to buy the lip balm seperately because I was forced to choose between it and the eye palette (which I also wanted).The Lavido cream smells pretty awful though lol. I hope everyone who is still awaiting their bag recieves it soon.
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2023.03.21 20:25 Steelsoldier77 Week 1 Recap + Power Rankings

Hey all, I'm back this year with your weekly recap and preview posts. Between another kid, finishing grad school and getting promoted at work I'm a lot busier this year than I was last year, so there's a non-zero chance I have to abandon this project at some point, or at least scale it back a bit, but I'll keep it up as long as I can because I like doing it.
In addition, I was planning on doing a season preview series, but I was called up for a month of reserve duty in the army and was unable to get that done. It's also a difficult task because it would require keeping a tight watch on roster moves for the whole league because team rosters aren't finalized until right before the season. So this first edition of my power rankings will kind of serve as a short preview for each team.
But anyways, on to this week's games. As usual, I would love to get other people's opinions about the games and players.
Arizona Rattlers (1-0) @ Quad City Steamwheelers (0-1) 60-53
The opening game of the season didn't disappoint as we saw the perennial powerhouse Rattlers take on last year's championship runners up Steamwheelers in a game that came down to the wire. Both teams traded scores for most of the game until late in the fourth when QC turned it over on downs and Arizona was able to capitalize and go up by two scores, effectively sealing it with a minute left. Both quarterbacks were electric, each throwing for 4 touchdowns and running for another 2 on the ground. Also of note- this was Jarrod Harrington's first game with QC, playing against his former team, catching a td and rushing for another.
Player of the Game: Drew Powell, QB, Arizona

Frisco Fighters (1-0) @ Green Bay Blizzard (0-1) 76-30
This game was actually pretty close for the first quarter, until Frisco scored 39 unanswered points and effectively sealed the game before half, by picking off Green Bay quarterback Jarome Johnson twice in the final minute of the half. Frisco looks like they haven't missed a beat since last year, with TJ Edwards as efficient as ever, not turning over the ball and rushing for 6 touchdowns on the ground. They didn't appear to be missing my favorite running back, Justin Rankin, who left for Bay Area in the off season. Jerminic Smith returned as their number 1 receiver, and defense was able to grab 4 interceptions, returning one for a touchdown. As for Green Bay, their defense looked nothing like the force they were last year. Losing numerous start defensive players, including rookie standout linebacker James Brown probably didn't help. As for offense, last year's starting QB Jack Sheehan left for the NAL, leaving GB scrambling to find a replacement. They started the game off with rookie Jarome Johnson, who is built like Marquise Brown. He had some decent designed QB runs, but was wildly inaccurate throwing the ball, and was eventually benched in favor of fellow rookie Max Meylor, who was also terrible. The only player who really looked like he was even trying was WR Steve Newbold.
Player of the Game: TJ Edwards, QB, Frisco

Power Rankings
  1. Arizona Rattlers (1-0): The Rattlers appear to be set to continue dominating the West. They didn't lose any key players apart from Kyree Woods, but they are stacked at defensive back anyways. They added start defensive lineman Ulric Jones from the 2022 champion NAZ Wranglers. And most importantly, they've still got two-time reigning IFL MVP Drew Powell leading them.
  2. Frisco Fighters (1-0): Frisco's offense is electric, with so many weapons at their disposal, the most important of which is quarterback TJ Edwards. Last year he and Blake Sims spit snaps fairly evenly throughout the first half of the season, but Edwards proved to be more careful with the ball and is a bit more agile. Honestly, he has a fair chance to win MVP this year is he can repeat last year's performance over an entire season. He specializes in throwing on the run, but also has games where he'll score 5-6 touchdowns on the ground.
  3. Bay Area Panthers (0-0): Anyone who followed the league last year might do a double take when seeing BA at the 3 spot, but anyone who followed the transaction reports this off season shouldn't be surprised. Their biggest move was probably bringing on Dixie Wooten, a former championship winning head coach, as their offensive coordinator. They then signed and traded for players such as LB Darin Hungerford, RB Justin Rankin, QB Dalton Sneed, WR Carlos Thompson, and more. Look for them to be this year's worst to first team, a la 2022's NAZ Wranglers.
  4. Quad City Steamwheelers (0-1): Quad City got off to a slow start last year, but was reenergized by the return of EJ Hilliard and were able to make a run for the championship game. This year, they bring back a strong offensive line, and most importantly EJ Hilliard for the entire season. Their core offensive weapons remain the same. Their big question mark this year is the defense, which was slightly below average last year.
  5. Massachusetts Pirates (0-0): The Pirates' strengths remain the same when compared to last season. Quarterback Alejandro Bennifield is super dependable, but last year missed time due to injury. They have a very deep receiving corps, including one of my favorite players Thomas Owens. They also built upon what was already one of the top defensive backfields by adding former Green Bay cornerback Momodou Mbye, who was one of the top at his position last year. The biggest change for Massachusetts this year is their head coach Rayshaun Kizer leaving to coach the Omaha BEEF of the CIF, but he is replaced by the Pirates' offensive coordinator, Mark Stoute, who has a ton of experience as head coach in the indoor game across numerous leagues.
  6. Sioux Falls Storm (0-0): Ok ok, I know some of you will call me a homer on this one but hear me out. Sioux Falls has brought back Storm legend and hometown hero Lorenzo Brown, who led the Storm to a championship in 2019. Brown played sparingly in 2021 and not at all in 2022, but if he can return to 2019 form he will elevate a Sioux Falls team that, while losing some key offensive playmakers (Carlos Thompson, Aaron Dilworth, Nate Chavious) gave its defense some much needed additions in All-IFL linebacker James Brown, defensive lineman Kyree Campbell and retaining 2022 IFL sack leader Undraez Lilly.
  7. Duke City Gladiators (0-0): 2021's passing leader Nate Davis got injured in the Gladiators first game last year, but that hardly had any impact on one of the most electric offenses in the league. They have what is probably the best WR tandem in the league in IFL legend Dello Davis and freak athlete Jared Elmore, in addition to Gregory Dent who scored touchdowns last year in all phases of the game. Now, Nate Davis is back and should lead this team to new heights.
  8. Vegas Knight Hawks (0-0): Vegas was wildly inconsistent last year, cycling through quarterbacks like marshmallows. But this year Daquan Neal has made the move from Tucson to Vegas and should give them a huge boost. Neal is a former MVP and championship winning QB from his time in Iowa, who also had a tryout with the Colts last year and was signed for a short period of time to the USFL. However, we saw Neal's play decline a bit in the latter half of the season, so it remains to be seen if he can return to form. He's got some good weapons, and I am personally pretty fond of WR KD Cannon. The Knight Hawks also have Kony Ealy on defense, who some may remember from his time with the Carolina Panthers.
  9. Iowa Barnstormers (0-0): The Barnstormers roster remains largely unchanged from last year, for better or worse. Quarterback DJ Peterson had some really great moments last year, but also some duds. It seems like when he gets just a bit of pressure on him he collapses and forgets how to pass. Maybe he will be a bit cooler in the pocket with a year of experience behind him. The Barnstormers were able to take advantage of a mediocre Eastern Conference last year and snuck into the playoffs, but I can't really see that happening again.
  10. Tucson Sugar Skulls (0-0): Tuscon is kind of an unknown at the moment. They lost head coach Dixie Wooten and star QB Daquan Neal, but have brought in 2022 offensive rookie of the year Ramone Atkins from Duke City, but questions remain if the new head coach can fix Tucson's god-awful defense from last year.
  11. Northern Arizona Wranglers (0-0): NAZ were the worst team in the league in 2021, going 1-13, but turned it around in 2022, adding a ton of talent and winning the IFL championship on the back of a fierce defense and solid offense led by Kaleb Barker. Now, he's no longer on the team, and the Wranglers have hemorrhaged key defensive players as well, such as linemen Ulric Jones, defensive player of the year Jaquan Artis, Darin Hungerford and more. The main positive they have going for them is head coach Les Moss, who should be able to keep this team from being the worst in the league.
  12. San Diego Strike Force (0-0): Are the Strike Force even still a team? Do they exist? You wouldn't know it from their website, which is still promoting highlights of their last win from the 2022 season. It's hard to tell what's going on with this team, but with no real splash signings, it's hard to imagine they've made a big improvement over last year's team.
  13. Tulsa Oilers (0-0): Tulsa is an expansion team, so we don't have any baseline to go off of. The one thing I can say is that their QB situation is not great, and they will need to decide between Giovanni Sanders, who sucked it up for a couple games for Bismarck last year, and Bobby Froehlich, who was pretty unspectacular for the Rapid City Marshalls in the CIF last year.
  14. Green Bay Blizzard (0-1): So Green Bay has the unfortunate disadvantage of having already played before writing my week 1 power rankings. I won't go too much into it at the risk of repeating my game recap, but any redeeming features they may have had last year (defense, mostly) were nonexistent this past game, and their QB situation is a nightmare. Good luck.
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2023.03.21 17:41 Turbulent_Property_4 Stranger Things: The First Shadow, lo spettacolo teatrale debutterà a Londra a dicembre

L'adattamento teatrale sarà un prequel della celebre serie televisiva, ma, stando alla sinossi ufficiale, anticiperà il gran finale della storia...
L'attrice Mille Bobby Brown si è dichiarata "pronta per concludere" Stranger Things con la sua quinta stagione, ma sembra che dovremo attendere ancora un po' per il gran finale della celebre serie; nel frattempo è stato annunciato che The First Shadow, adattamento teatrale, debutterà a Londra nel dicembre 2023.
Prosegui la lettura
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2023.03.21 17:23 AC_the_Panther_007 Rebooking WrestleMania: Part 2 (WrestleMania VI to WrestleMania X)

Part 1:
https://www.reddit.com/fantasybooking/comments/11x50os/rebooking_wrestlemania_part_1_wrestlemania_i_to/
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WrestleMania VI (April 1, 1990 at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, Canada):
Ronnie Garvin and The Bushwhackers (Butch and Luke) def. Zeus and The Fabulous Rougeaus (Jacques and Raymond Rougeau) (w/Frenchy Martin) - Six-Man Tag Team Match
Demolition (Ax and Smash) def. The Colossal Connection (Andre the Giant and Haku) (c) (w/Bobby Heenan) - WWE Tag Team Championship Match (TITLES CHANGE)
Roddy Piper fought Bad News Brown by Double Countout
Rick Martel, Dino Bravo, and Earthquake (w/Jimmy Hart) def. Jim Duggan, Koko B. Ware, and Hercules Hernandez
Brutus Beefcake def. Mr. Perfect (w/Bobby Heenan)
The Barbarian (w/The Warlord and Slick) def. Tito Santana
Dusty Rhodes (w/Sapphire) vs. Randy Savage (w/Sensational Sherri)
The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) and The Rockers (Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty) def. The Orient Express (Sato and Tanaka) and The Bolsheviks (Nikolai Volkoff and Boris Zhukov) (w/Mr. Fuji and Slick)
Ted DiBiase (c) (w/Virgil) def. Jake Roberts - Million Dollar Championship Match
Big Boss Man def. Akeem (w/Slick)
Rick Rude (w/Bobby Heenan) def. Jimmy Snuka
The Ultimate Warrior (c - Intercontinental Champion) def. Hulk Hogan (c - WWE Champion) - Double Title Match for the WWE Championship and WWE Intercontinental Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
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WrestleMania VII (March 24, 1991 at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California):
Dusty Rhodes (w/Dustin Rhodes) def. Ted DiBiase (w/Virgil) by Disqualification - Million Dollar Championship Match (TITLE CANNOT CHANGE HANDS BY DISQUALIFICATION)
The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) (w/Jimmy Hart) def. Haku and The Barbarian
The British Bulldog def. The Mountie (w/Jimmy Hart)
Andre the Giant def. Rick Rude (w/Bobby Heenan) - Loser Leaves WWE Match
The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) def. The Rockers (Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty) (c) - WWE Tag Team Championship Match (TITLES CHANGE)
Kerry Von Erich, Ricky Steamboat, and Roddy Piper def. The Warlord and Power and Glory (Paul Roma and Hercules Hernandez) (w/Slick) - Six-Man Tag Team Match
The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) def. Jimmy Snuka
The Ultimate Warrior def. Randy Savage (w/Sensational Sherri) - Retirement Match
The Legion of Doom (Animal and Hawk) (w/Paul Ellering) def. Demolition (Smash and Crush)
Tugboat, Tito Santana, and Jake Roberts vs. Earthquake, Rick Martel, and Dino Bravo (w/Jimmy Hart) - Six-Man Tag Team Match
Mr. Perfect (c) (w/The Genius and Bobby Heenan) def. Big Boss Man by Disqualification - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Hulk Hogan def. Sgt. Slaughter (c) - WWE Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
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WrestleMania VIII (April 5, 1992 at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana):
Shawn Michaels (w/Sensational Sherri) def. Marty Jannetty
The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) def. Jake Roberts
Big Boss Man, The British Bulldog, Sgt. Slaughter, and Jim Duggan def. The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) and Money Inc. (Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster) (w/Jimmy Hart) - Eight-Man Tag Team Match
The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) (c) (w/Jimmy Hart) def. The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith and Dynamite Kid) - WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Bret Hart (c) def. Roddy Piper by Submission - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Tito Santana def. Rick Martel
The Natural Disasters (Earthquake and Typhoon) (c) (w/Jimmy Hart) def. The Legion of Doom (Animal and Hawk) (w/Paul Ellering) - Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
Mr. Perfect (w/Bobby Heenan and The Genius) def. Owen Hart
Randy Savage (w/Miss Elizabeth) def. Sid Justice
Ric Flair (w/Bobby Heenan) def. Hulk Hogan (c) by Submission - WWE Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
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WrestleMania IX (April 4, 1993 at the Caesars Palace in Paradise, Nevada):
Sgt. Slaughter, Roddy Piper, Tito Santana, Jim Duggan, and Tatanka def. Sid Justice, Jerry Lawler, Papa Shango, The Mountie, and Rick Martel - 10-Man Tag Team Match
Marty Jannetty (w/Sensational Sherri) def. Shawn Michaels (c) (w/Luna Vachon) - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
Kona Crush def. Doink the Clown by Technical Submission
Big Boss Man and The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) def. Razor Ramon and The Headshrinkers (Fatu and Samu) (w/Afa and "Captain" Lou Albano) - Six-Man Tag Team Match
"The Narcissist" Lex Luger def. The British Bulldog
Money Inc. (Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster) (c) def. The Legion of Doom (Animal and Hawk) (w/Paul Ellering) and The Natural Disasters (Earthquake and Typhoon) - Three-Way Dance Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
Hulk Hogan (w/Jimmy Hart and Brutus Beefcake) fought Yokozuna (w/Mr. Fuji) by 30-Minute Time-Limit Draw
Mr. Perfect def. Ric Flair (w/Bobby Heenan) - Loser Leaves WWE Match
The Undertaker (w/Paul Bearer) def. Bam Bam Bigelow by Disqualification
Bret Hart (c) def. Randy Savage (w/Miss Elizabeth) by Submission - WWE Championship Match
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WrestleMania X (March 20, 1994 at the Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York):
Owen Hart def. The British Bulldog (with Jim Neidhart as Special Guest Enforcer)
Earthquake (w/Typhoon) def. Rick Martel by Countout
Mr. Perfect def. Ted DiBiase (w/Irwin R. Schyster) - Retirement Match
Doink the Clown and Men on a Mission (Mabel and Mo) (w/Oscar and Dink the Clown) def. Bam Bam Bigelow, Adam Bomb, and Ludvig Borga (w/Luna Vachon and Harvey Wippleman) - Six-Man Tag Team Match
Randy Savage (w/Miss Elizabeth) def. Crush (w/Mr. Fuji) - Falls Count Anywhere Match
Jeff Jarrett (w/Jerry Lawler) def. The 1-2-3 Kid (w/Roddy Piper)
Alundra Blayze def. Leilani Kai - WWE Women's Championship Final Tournament Match for the Vacant WWE Women's Championship Match (NEW TITLE)
The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott Steiner) def. The Headshrinkers (Fatu and Samu) (w/"Captain" Lou Albano and Afa) and The Quebecers (Jacques and Pierre) (c) (w/Johnny Polo) - Three-Way Dance Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Yokozuna (w/Mr. Fuji and Jim Cornette) def. "The All-American" Lex Luger
Razor Ramon (c) def. Shawn Michaels (w/Diesel) - Ladder Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Bret Hart def. Hulk Hogan (c) (w/Jimmy Hart) - WWE Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
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Part 3 is coming soon (WrestleMania XI to WrestleMania XV)
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2023.03.21 17:20 keithplacer S16 The Action House: The Ravages of Age

S16 The Action House: The Ravages of Age


100 Martin St. before any work began
The major project of season 16 was The Acton House, a 1710 former farmhouse that was the oldest house in Acton, once part of a large farm most of which had been sold off over the years, and which now sat on 5 acres of quite attractive property at 100 Martin Street. The homeowners were Terry Maitland, trained as a journalist and historian, now a broker of high-dollar luxury homes, and Sima Maitland, a schoolteacher. Their house was largely original and while it looked large from the outside, the interior spaces were cramped and dated, with low ceilings and inadequate space for them and their three children, thanks in part due to the intrusion of the massive central chimney stack. A new addition off the east side was deemed the answer, and the Maitlands were prepared to contribute $150,000 to the project. A preliminary examination of the house by Norm and Tom revealed some dubious structure but they vowed not to try to fix every problem and only deal with what was necessary to accommodate the new addition. Ah, dreams…

Homeowners Terry and Sima Maitland in a very '90s-looking shot
The first order of business was getting a set of plans, so Chris Dallmus of Jock Gifford's Design Associates firm was called in and after numerous iterations, came up with plans for a 2-storey addition off the east side of the old place with a master suite, new kitchen, mud room, and family room. The old milk shed that currently occupied the site needed to be relocated, and proved to be an entertaining use of the Silva's creativity in sliding it out of the way using skids and a dump truck. Herb Brockert of Construction Services Co. arrived with his big excavator to dig the large hole the new addition required as Norm and Tom began to realize the existing house was so crooked that it was going to be a challenge to mate with the new structure. Meanwhile another big hole was dug for the new septic system that was also deemed necessary for the project.

The Silvas slide the milk shed to its temporary location
Tom and Norm assessed the scope of the demolition needed in the old house. The amount of slope in some of the floors was extreme, and the carpenters were against trying to fix very much of it at risk of blowing the budget. But as excavation continued, the issues involved with the old stone foundation and terribly compromised structure made those vows weaken. Many of the original beams and sills were rotted, and alterations over the years resulted in what Norm called a “terrifying” situation with the entire building slowly sliding towards the backyard. Tom devised a support structure to allow the house to be jacked up enough to replace the rotted sills that they originally weren’t going to repair. With the house so supported, the old stone foundation adjacent to the new addition was pretty much demolished in short order by hand with just a bit of help from the heavy equipment.
Mel Zimmerman of Superior Walls supplied his precast concrete foundation sections for the new crawl space and the team was amazed at how quickly it all came together. Before they could celebrate too much, they had to deal with more of the old house’s structural issues. A trip to Concord showed what could be done if you had deep enough pockets with the mind-blowing reconstruction of the old Stratton Tavern originally in Northfield, MA and relocated piece by piece to the new Concord site. The owner was only identified as Anna, but Brian Cooper was the remarkable restoration contractor who took great pains to make the new look old. While the cost must have been astronomical, for me this was one of the more memorable places ever shown on TOH, and I would love to learn more about it, but information about it is remarkably elusive.

The mysterious Anna and contractor Brian
New addition off the back attached to a reconstructed 18th century addition
The reconstructed Stratton Tavern and new additions in Concord
The original Stratton Tavern before relocation
Framing of the new addition moved quickly even with a gigantic steel beam needing to go down the center of the first floor ceiling, and soon the new spaces began to take shape. A bit of a cloud appeared when one of the Maitland children showed an elevated level of lead in the blood, leading to an analysis of lead paint in the old house. Isolated sections inside were found to have elevated levels of lead although most did not, but all of the windows on the exterior were far above limits. Meanwhile more good intentions vanished as Tom decided to demolish the back corner of the old house, saying correctly that there was nothing to save. Quickly, new Andersen windows went in, the new stairs to the second floor were built, and rotted beams in the second floor ceiling were replaced with more new structure. In what must have been a slow period for the project, Norm took a lengthy visit to the Porter-Cable tool factory in Tennessee, which must have paid for a lot of biscuit joiners. Tom even made use of one of those in trimming windows.
The heretofore largely mute Charlie Silva made one of his first on-screen speaking performances on this project, still sounding exactly like he does today. Tom demonstrated his famous swinging story pole trick to get the clapboard spacing correct, an early example of his ingenuity in construction. An tour of the new MBR space showed an area that didn’t seem overly generous and had the typical TOH phone booth shower stall, but it was certainly an upgrade over what the Maitlands had previously. Because of the lead paint issues, the homeowners decided to replace all 27 windows in the old parts of the house with new modern replacements, a decision that would have budget implications far beyond the windows themselves. Meanwhile the apparently accidental discovery of an old well led to that being recommissioned for irrigation purposes. Glenn Berger returned as kitchen designer, this time dealing with high-end Kennebec Company cabinetry for the new kitchen. Sima insisted on cherry.
When replacement of the old windows began, all good budget intentions quickly went out the windows. The installation of them was expensive in itself, with the original clapboards needing to be laboriously trimmed to fit the new exterior trim. On the front of the house, Norm found the clapboards there to in such bad shape thanks to their southern exposure that the decision was made to scrap them all and replace with new. When that was begun, more major structural problems were discovered, with rotted sills and posts galore, which explained the bulge in that wall that was noted in the first episode. The old sheathing under the clapboards was stripped off to reveal problems with rot and damage in the wall structure along with very questionable building methods, all of which required more jacking of the house to fix. Bee nests were found in the blown-in cellulose insulation which would also need to be replaced, something I found odd given that cellulose is usually treated to resist insects. Even with the repairs being done, the front wall would continue to lean back about 4”, something that they just could not fix, and they had to stop short of replacing all the sills due to cost. Tom noted that at this stage the budget had increased to $195,000 given all the changes and surprises. At least the TOH requisite central vacuum system was donated by Vacuflo, saving the homeowners $1000.
Meanwhile the Maitlands wanted a new exterior paint scheme, so Steve visited Deerfield MA with architectural conservator Bill Flynt to look at various preserved examples of 18th-century homes, along with providing some history of the community in those times, an interesting segment. In the end, the Maitlands decided upon a pumpkin color that they saw on a house in a nearby town, with trim in a straw shade. Roger Cook and his crew arrived to install some drainage around the perimeter of the house, build a walkway to the mud room entrance, and re-do the lawn using a hydroseeding contractor. The homeowners also decided to replace the roof shingles on the original part of the house to match those used on the addition, which Tom said required lots of work to repair the rot in the roof sheathing first. Stephen Roy, a preservation stonemason, declared the existing fireplaces to be in mostly good shape aside from the one in the old kitchen needing some repair, but found that the exposed part of the chimney stack above the roof needed to be rebuilt as it had been subject to improper repairs some time earlier, a job he estimated at $5000. Lenny Belliveau built an elaborate staging to take down the old 5-flue chimney to a level just below the roofline and then reconstruct it with new brick.

Lenny Belliveau and his staging (below)
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Electrician Paul Kennedy was back on the project, and he was not a big fan of the steel studs Tom used in some of the new portions of the house. The costs were adding up fast, but luckily the Maitlands got a break on the then-new type of spray foam insulation from Insealators which was featured as a donation. Architect Chris Dallmus enlisted Norm and his workshop to build a new, though now mostly ceremonial, front entrance inspired by examples found in the area. Sima wanted old-style wood floors in her new kitchen, and Norm visited North Fields Restorations in New Hampshire, a recycler of old buildings and their materials, to see what they could supply and found the perfect old pine for the job. Once Lenny was finished rebuilding the chimney top, Rich, Steve, and Bobby from Trethewey Bros. installed a stainless flexible flue liner to solve condensation problems and provide for safe operation of the furnace.
Sima selected slate bathroom floor tile sourced from the now-defunct Shep Brown Associates and Mark, Joe and Chuck of Ferrante Bros. did the installation. Joe was frustrated with the time involved in grouting the uneven slates, which looked like a pain. Jeff Hosking was back to install the antique (and magnificent-looking) antique pine floors in the new addition, at a staggering 1994 cost of about $20 per sq. ft. A boo-boo occurred when Terry, following a tip from Norm, visited a twin to his house that had its dining room ceiling exposed to the upstairs floor and beams by its owners, which not only added some much-needed headroom but also gave a look he envied. He decided to do the same at his house, but when they removed the ceiling, they found a bit of a mess with hacked-up joists and a disfigured summer beam, so it was back to the drawing board and another budget hit.
The new entry door built by Norm and Tom encountered problems upon installation since the front wall of the house was leaning back so severely, leading them to build a subframe behind it that partly compensated for the angle. The Kennebec Company cherry cabinets were beautiful with a satin finish, and the Glenn Berger layout seemed ideal, although they used an unusual mix of stone and laminate for the counters. Steve visited the cabinet factory in Bath, ME for a tour in return for their donation. As finishes began to be revealed, the requisite TOH phone booth shower was seen in the MBR bathroom and we saw Rich install yet another toilet. Tom replaced the DR ceiling that was torn down and it looked good, but he did sound a note of caution about the costs of everything – each of the 27 original windows that were replaced cost about $800 once new trim and wall repairs were taken into account, and Terry revealed that when counting the $120,000 in donations, the total cost of the project was over $300,000, a sum that would be more than double that today. Hopefully he had a good tax accountant to minimize his tax liability on that donation amount. Thankfully the expensive brass Baldwin door hardware was part of those donations thanks to a factory visit feature.
The last 2 of the total 18 episodes of the project felt a little strange, with the usual somewhat dragged-out pieces with interior designers and decorative painters, but also some somewhat jarring segments. After not seeing them for the entire project, both landscape designer Tom Wirth and lighting expert Melissa Guenet showed up in the final episode to play catch-up. Even more jarring was an exterior walkaround with Tommy and Norm that was all about what was left undone. Major (and according to the way they delivered the message, urgent) work was needed on the rest of the sills and bearing structures below the old house to keep it from continuing to sag and twist, and the old cow barn, which we had only seen from a distance previously, was deemed by Tom to be dangerously unsupported and so unsafe that it shouldn’t even be walked into, and needed to be taken down. All in all, a bit of a down note. A walkthough of the finished spaces was more upbeat, with the remains of the old kitchen now being a rather cozy sitting area, the old upstairs bath now brought up to date, the surprisingly small-looking MBR space being pleasant enough albeit over-decorated, and the new kitchen and family room being apparently what was asked for, though it was hard to tell given the crush of people occupying it during the wrap party. We did not see what happened to some of the other old spaces in the original house, likely because that had not been determined at that point.

The finished project circa 1995
The Maitlands have continued to live in the house ever since, and hopefully those urgent needs have been taken care of. I liked them as homeowners, and I enjoyed the project for the most part, particularly for seeing the repair work that Tom and Norm undertook on the horrible structural problems. It’s the kind of thing we generally don’t see on the show these days, and the project helped illustrate the money pit that a very old house can become.
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2023.03.21 17:11 kerryfinchelhillary Player of the Day (3/21/23): Zach Eflin

BASICS:
Born: April 8, 1994
Jersey Number: 56 (Phillies), 24 (Rays)
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Position: Pitcher
Drafted: 2012 by the Padres, Pick 33
MLB Debut: June 14, 2016
Teams: Padres (2012-2014), Dodgers (a day in 2014), Phillies (2014-2022), Rays (2023-present)
Twitter: @zeflin12
Instagram: @zeflin
2022 STATS:
Games: 20
Innings Pitched: 75.2
Wins: 3
Losses: 5
ERA: 4.04
Strikeouts: 65
CAREER STATS:
Games: 115
Innings Pitched: 659.1
Wins: 36
Losses: 45
ERA: 4.49
Strikeouts: 552
Complete Games: 5
Shutouts: 3
CAREER AWARDS:
All Star - 2021
AL Pitcher of the Month - September 2020
Athletics Jim Catfish Hunter Award - 2021
THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW:
He has a daughter.
He plays the guitar.
He likes golf and fishing.
He has two dogs.
Before the Padres drafted him, he was going to play baseball for UCF.
His sister died of cancer when he was seven.
He has had sleepovers for pediatric cancer patients at the Phillies clubhouse.
2022 HIGHLIGHTS:
He sealed a win in the NLCS
He also sealed a win for the Phillies in the wildcard series
He threw eight scoreless innings in a regular season game
He had a 12 K game
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
He threw a shutout as a rookie
Once, he was the only Phillie to get a hit off deGrom in a game
WHY I LIKE HIM:
He's a good pitcher and I like his involvement with pediatric cancer patients.
PREVIOUSLY FEATURED PLAYERS:
11/14: Mike Trout 11/15: Jose Ramirez 11/16: Julio Rodriguez 11/17: Michael Harris II 11/18: Sandy Alcantara 11/19: Framber Valdez 11/20: Justin Verlander 11/21: Shane Bieber 11/22: Clayton Kershaw 11/23: Paul Goldschmidt 11/24-11/25: Break 11/26: Aaron Judge 11/27: Spencer Strider 11/28: Oscar Gonzalez 11/29: Lars Nootbaar 11/30: Brendan Rodgers 12/1: Daulton Varsho 12/2: Brandon Belt 12/3: Trent Grisham 12/4: Corey Seager 12/5: Myles Straw 12/6: Sean Murphy 12/7: Christian Yelich 12/8: Nico Hoerner 12/9: Joey Votto 12/10: Bryan Reynolds 12/11: Dylan Cease 12/12: Andres Gimenez 12/13: Luis Arraez 12/14: Bobby Witt Jr 12/15: Miguel Cabrera 12/16: Francisco Lindor 12/17: JT Realmuto 12/18: Victor Robles 12/19: Steven Kwan 12/20: Shane McClanahan 12/21: Alek Manoah 12/22: Adley Rutschman 12/23: Kiké Hernandez 12/24-12/26: Break 12/27: Mookie Betts 12/28: Jake Cronenworth 12/29: Brandon Crawford 12/30: Zac Gallen 12/31-1/1: Break 1/2: Cal Quantrill 1/3: Ryan McMahon 1/4: Cal Raleigh 1/5: Patrick Sandoval 1/6: Nathaniel Lowe 1/7: Cole Irvin 1/8: Corbin Burnes 1/9: Liam Hendriks 1/10: Josh Naylor 1/11: Ian Happ 1/12: Nick Lodolo 1/13: Oneil Cruz 1/14: Byron Buxton 1/15: Riley Greene 1/16: Triston McKenzie 1/17: Brady Singer 1/18: Carlos Carrasco 1/19: Aaron Nola 1/20: Jazz Chisholm 1/21: Keibert Ruiz 1/22: Anthony Rizzo 1/23: Amed Rosario 1/24: Tyler Glasnow 1/25: Matt Chapman 1/26: Cedric Mullins 1/27: Rafael Devers 1/28: Matt Olson 1/29: Rich Hill 1/30: Josh Bell 1/31: Jesse Chavez 2/1: Ty France 2/2: Alejandro Kirk 2/3: Jeff McNeil 2/4: Marcus Semien 2/5: Luke Jackson 2/6: Mike Zunino 2/7: Christian Walker 2/8: Walker Buehler 2/9: Jose Trevino 2/10: Nolan Arenado 2/11: Mitch Haniger 2/12: Yu Darvish 2/13: Logan Webb 2/14: Daniel Bard 2/15: Trey Mancini 2/16: Taylor Ward 2/17: Seth Brown 2/18: Willy Adames 2/19: Seiya Suzuki 2/20: Hunter Greene 2/21: Michael Kopech 2/22: Andrew McCutchen 2/23: Jhoan Duran 2/24: Eric Haase 2/25: Salvador Perez 2/26: Vladimir Guerrero Jr 2/27: Yandy Diaz 2/28: Ramon Urias 3/1: Trevor Story 3/2: Zack Wheeler 3/3: Jon Berti 3/4: Lane Thomas 3/5: Willson Contreras 3/6: Jose Abreu 3/7: Spencer Torkelson 3/8: Xander Bogaerts 3/9: Pablo Lopez 3/10: Cody Bellinger 3/11: Jacob deGrom 3/12: Adam Frazier 3/13: Max Muncy 3/14: Andrew Benintendi 3/15: Tyler Anderson 3/16: Christian Vazquez 3/17: Max Scherzer 3/18: Jesus Aguilar 3/19: Rhys Hoskins 3/20: Chris Bassitt
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$22 - Nnamdi Ogbannaya - Drool (orange cream) VG+
$16 - No Better - It Felt Like Glass (light blue) SEALED
$46 - No Pressure - No Pressure (yellow) SEALED
$42 - Notorious BIG - Life After Death 3xLP VG+
$180 - Noah Gunderson - Family VG+
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$27 - Nothing, Nowhere - Reaper X Ruiner (White w blk splatteblk w white splatter) VG+
$180 - Northstar - Pollyanna VG+
$40 - Oddisee - The Beauty in All VG+
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$60 - Of Monster and Men - Beneath the Skin (clear) VG+
$18 - Old 97s - Most Messed Up VG+
$46 - Oragami Angel - Gami Gang (half black half white) VG+
$30 - Oso Oso - Basking in the Glow (Pink) VG+
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$43 - POS - Audition 2xLP VG+
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$21 - Pale Waves - My Mind Makes Noises (clear 2xlp) NM
$38 - Patton Oswalt - Feelin Kinda Patton VG+
$40 - Paulson - All at Once (Blue splatter) VG+
$20 - Pedro The Lion - Havasu (peach) VG+
$36 - Perma - Fight Fair (half blue/half green) SEALED
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$40 Portugal the Man - Americam Ghetto VG+
$90 - Portugal the Man - The Majestic Majesty NM
$65 - Portugal the Man - Censored Colors (2008 black press) VG+
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$44 - Preston School of Industry - All This Sounds Gas VG+
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$30 - Ray Lamontagne - God Willin and the Creek Don't Rise VG+
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$75 - Reggie and the Full Effect - Inside the Dust Sleeve (180g) VG+
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$28 - Restorations - LP2 (white/green/yellow swirl) VG+
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$40 - Rufio - The Comfort of Home (Black and gold) NM
$25 - S.Carey - Break Me Open (yellow and black) NM
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$62 - Saosin - Translating the Name (teal) SEALED
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$20 - Signals Midwest - I used to draw 7" (clear) VG+
$54 - Silk Sonic - An Evening with Silk Sonic (Alt Cover) SEALED
$42 - Silversun Pickups - Swoon (lavendeclear split) VG+
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$20 - Snow Patrol - Final Straw SEALED
$42 - Soft Kill - Savior (black /1300)
$55 - Soft Kill - An Open Door (clear w orange white splatter /100) NM
$25 - Soft Kill - Dead Kids RIP City VG+
$34 - Soft Kill - Desd Kids RIP City (yellow) VG+
$20 - Solemn Brigham - South Sinner Street (brown swirl) SEALED
$20 - Son Little - Aloha (Pineapple) VG+
$35 - Soul Blind - Greatest Hits vol 1 (clear w black/violet splatter) VG+
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$27 - Stay Inside - Viewing (dusk) SEALED
$165 - Stornoway - Beachcomber's Windowsill (import) SEALED
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$120 - Straylight Run - The Needles the Space VG
$75 - Straylight Run - S/T (brown marble) VG
$21 - Straylight Run - Live at the Patchogue Theater SEALED
$23 - The Stokes - Room on Fire VG+
$20 - Sundowner - We Chase the Waves (orange) VG+
$42 - Superheaven - Ours is Chrome (Black into yellow) VG+
$23 - Surfers Blood - Covers (amber w black) VG+
$18 - Swearin - Fall into the Sun (Coke bottle clear) VG+
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$50 - Tall Heights - Neptune VG+
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$20 - theitheyre/there - Analog Weekend VG+
$80 - Third Eye Blind - Out of Vein (Silver import) VG+
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$35 - Thrice - Majominor (gold/yellow) SEALED
$49 - Thrice - Beggars (green/blue/yellow striped) VG+ with the 7"sealed
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$25 - Tigers Jaw - Studio 4 Acoustic (half blue half white) VG+
$20 - Tillian - Factory Reset (red/green/black) SEALED
$27 - Tokyo Police Club - Forcefield VG+
$23 - Touche Amore - Lament (aqua) vg+
$110 - Turnstile - Glow On (pit turd brown) SEALED
$45 - Turnstile - Pressure to Succeed (2014 black press) VG++
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$55 - A Wilhelm Scream - Partycrasher (Kaleidoscope /150) VG+
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$21 - Various - Encanto SEALED
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$90 - This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday vol 1 (Green/Red) VG+
$20 -Various -Troll World Tour Soundtrack (clear white) VG+
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$25 - Vampire Weekend - Contra VG+
$80 - Vacationer - Gone VG
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$50 - Windowspeak - Windowspeak (red) SEALED
$21 - Worst Party Ever - Dartland (red) VG+
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$60 - Wild Nothing - Gemini (purple) VG+
$30 - Wild Nothing - Indigo (blue smoke) SEALED
$29 - Wicca Phase Springs Eternal - Secret Boy (Pink) VG+
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$80 - The War on Drugs - A Deeper Understanding (clear) VG+
$30 - Walk the Moon - What If Nothing (purple white swirl) VG+
$35 - Walter Schreifels - An Open Letter to the Scene (Green/white) VG+
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