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The fact that dude could wear that hat and still get laid, even in the '70s, is kind of mind boggling.

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The fact that dude could wear that hat and still get laid, even in the '70s, is kind of mind boggling.

 

The "Captain"... not Mickrazz... the hat looks good on Razz.

 

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The "Captain"... not Mickrazz... the hat looks good on Razz.

 

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With a striped one and a freshwater hat - wallet sized???

 

Slacker - it's cold out seriously - I think cod are going to bite -

Jameson's tonight (non-plastic) and Internet radio through 7.1 full surround - tomorrow patriarch of the family (old mans Dad) 90th birthday party in N NJ - real winters bring better fishing regular seasons - real seasons are good for all critters 1698520

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Just another day in my hood - aka Union Beach - not this one but I didn't DJ Mueller does this kind of work (house lift

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Just another day in my hood - aka Union Beach - not this one but I didn't DJ Mueller does this kind of work (house lift

 

Hard to believe that it wouldn't have been cheaper - and smarter - to simply knock that place down and start over. Must be some government or insurance red tape prohibiting the smart solution.

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I would think the insurance & govt would go with the cheapest option

 

What's it cost to raise that house?

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I looked it up and got this....

 

"The costs to raise your home above base elevation can be budgeted anywhere from $30,000 to over $100,000. This is a big range, because so many details are needed for a firm accurate pricing of this type of project."

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