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2004/02/07 20:46:31 (permalink)
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Q for cougerman

i noticed the other post that said you put your stuff in the shed. do you keep all your training stuff in there, does the floor not feel like its gonna give way as i assume its wooden. what kit have you got.
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    cougarman
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    RE: Q for cougerman 2004/02/07 21:05:02 (permalink)
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    no it's about 4 inch's of concreate and 3 old carpets on the floor, the concreate was all mixed by hand after the 2 tonnes of sand was carried through my house as i have no side enterance.
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    RE: Q for cougerman 2004/02/07 22:08:56 (permalink)
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    jesus that sounds like a planning permission job. hope some tosser from the council isnt on the boards
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    RE: Q for cougerman 2004/02/07 23:22:52 (permalink)
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    I'm not saying its flimsy but apparently he's got a sign on his house saying: 'No big bad wolfs that can blow houses down are allowed in'... He he. Kidding It's quite solid.
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    RE: Q for cougerman 2004/02/08 07:29:51 (permalink)
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    no i checked befor i built it it's still classed as tempory. and takes up less than 1 3rd of my garden or somthing like that.
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