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Thursday, February 13, 2014

My Most Exciting Post EVER!!!!

It's a snow day here in Bethesda, Maryland.  Saturday, I'm having new floors installed in my condo.  So, I spent the morning getting ready - clearing as much space as possible and throwing out a lot of unnecessary crap.  The floors will be the last major project, at least until this summer when I may or may not motivate to redo both bathrooms.

As for the kitchen . . . it took longer than expected, but it's finally done.  Take a look:

BEFORE



 
DURING

 

 

 


 
 
FINISHED


 
 


And, before Anger asks . . . no.  No stripper pole . . . yet.

-P3

19 comments:

  1. Title of the post led me to believe that you were about to reveal that your secret identity is TBC.

    Nice job! Looks you went from a very modest kitchen to a classy one.

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    1. Yes, "modest" is one way to describe the old one!

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  2. Looks awesome! You no doubt worked very hard making calls to the cabinetry makers and deciding the appliances :-). I like it - definitely modernized.

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    1. Thanks man. I did actually paint the walls myself!!

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  3. Looks great! Now what is going to be your first cooked meal?

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  4. Love the backsplash. How long did you live in it before the reno?

    s.i.

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    1. Too long. Lived here about 10 years. Always thought I'd sell. But, got to the point I felt I had to do this in order to be able to sell competitively.

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  5. Looks nice, now that all the hard work is complete, it is time for some games and MD Live is calling your name!

    GolfPro

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  6. 'During' definitely gets my vote... ;) Very nice!

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  7. Cool faucet. I may have to steal that idea...

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    1. Thanks! I actually stared at the damn faucets at Home depot for about an hour before I picked one out. Too many choices!

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  8. P Cube question?

    Live is upgrading me to Platinum. As a part of the deal I will be getting a $500 free slot play option. What would be our plan?

    Play the deuces wild, $1 denomination and cash out any winnings?

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    1. Sir, I wouldn't burn $500 through a single hand deuces. I'd probable do the 100 hand bonus poker machine at $5.a rip. I think the 100 hand has bonus poker there. (Just make sure 2 pair pays 2-1 not even money). You should be able to rinse the $500 and cash out $400-450, I would think...

      Just my humble opinion.

      Congrats on the upgrade.

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  9. Location of these 100 hand machines?

    Do game maker machines have this option?

    Thanks for the advise, I will keep you posted the progress

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  10. In the back of the casino, by Philips seafood.

    I ended up driving to AC yesterday afternoon. I was staying at Harrah's, but stopped by borgata because I had $180 in slot dollars which were close to expiring. I ran them through a ten hand VP machine ( bonus poker), ran well, and cashed out $190....

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  11. good job,counselor. kitchen looks cool.

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  12. Hi P Cube,

    AC Dan is working on opening a bigger room at WWW. This room will feature a 60 table poker room hosting a mix of games.

    As this is a CET property now you have an alternative to Showboat for tournaments. I gave my 2c on some good tournaments. Let's see how far Dan will hear the feedback.

    Are we looking forward to a poker post on the AC Exploits?

    BTW, I hit Quad Duece's twice till date on my poker comp converted cash play. That is a sweet $500 in the pocket. Also, most of the time, cashed out for more than the point value of the comps.

    We will wait and see the promotion with platinum, we have three months to burn the comps. Also, as I mentioned starting March 1 you can no longer convert poker comps to cash through slot machines. So, if you have any at live you are better of converting them the sooner.

    GolfPro

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    1. GP - looking forward to seeing the new room at WWW!

      Nice job on the deuces!

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