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Lavonia 1 week ago
#49 What luck! Now you get to enjoy assembling it again.
       
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Tim 6 days ago
Lavonia,

in my calculator that makes a happy face. the building is the best part unless any of the parts actually broke that would s#ck.
       
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Manda 1 week ago
#7 offroad lol
       
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Vinson 1 week ago
#26 From the looks of the wood, that roof's been ready to collapse for a long time.
       
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Midge 6 days ago
Vinson,
right? should sue the inspection.
       
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Gussie 6 days ago
Midge, and THAT is the problem in the USA. Everything is someone elses fault. Sue! Sue! Sue!
       
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David 6 days ago
Gussie,
In this case, yes....yes it is. And I'm speaking as a licensed home inspector that has insurance protecting me from this very thing.
       
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Brose 6 days ago
Midge, most likely it collapsed from too much weight. Aside from that, home inspectors wouldn’t be liable for such a contraption. A home inspector is not a warranty service.
       
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Ado 1 week ago
#49 it's still mostly assembled, will take moments to put back together.
       
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Ade 1 week ago
31 the nail also looks brand new girl_witch
       
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Wilhelmina 6 days ago
#44
glass furniture s#cks
       
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Edie 6 days ago
#31 The tire will be fine. Replace the tube.
       
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