Monthly Archives: September 2015

Roofing: Installing Certainteed Flintastic Roof Cap

Previous Post: Installing the Underlayment Here’s the finished product. The Certainteed Flintastic roof cap looks great! Very easy to apply. I just cut the strips on the deck, then carried each one up to the roof. The peel and stick … Continue reading

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Review of “Tomorrowland”

* * C I was really interested to watch “Tomorrowland”. I don’t get the reasoning behind creating movies about amusement park rides (or, in this case, whole sections of theme parks), but what little had been revealed in the trailer … Continue reading

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Review of “The Sixth Sense” (rewatch)

 * * * * A I loved “The Sixth Sense” the first time I watched it, but, knowing the big plot twist, I had never rewatched the film. I finally did, and was blown away. Despite knowing how the film … Continue reading

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Roofing: Installing CertainTeed Flintastic Underlayment

Previous Post: Sheathing a Roof I spent the weekend installing the underlayment on my new laundry room roof. The first step was to add a cant strip along the wall of the house, which the previous roofer hadn’t bothered to … Continue reading

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Book Review – “The Invasion of the Tearling”

* * * * A In this second installment, sequel to the Erika Johansen’s “Queen of the Tearling”, tensions build as the Red Queen begins her invasion of Tear, while court and church politics swirl as Tear prepares for her … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The End of Growth”

* * * * A Jeff Rubin’s second book, “The End of Growth”, continues in the tradition of “Why Your World is About to Get a Lot Smaller”. Rubin, the former chief economist of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, … Continue reading

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Review of “Every Secret Thing”

* * C A very depressing tale of two kidnappings, one of a young couple’s daughter, the other seven years before by two young girls. When the woman whose baby they abducted and murdered suggests that they are responsible for … Continue reading

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