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Michael Brown

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  1. We have a master bed/bath expansion project in the early stages. Bedroom is 15 x 12 and bathroom is small, about 4 x 7 (and half of it is the shower). We are blowing out the back wall and adding a big walk-in closet where half the current bedroom footprint is, and then basically re-adding the bedroom with the added space in the back. And with the additional space, we are also adding to the bathroom. Had an architect who quoted us $3400 for the drawings and planning throughout the process. Problem is, if I get a contractor quote that is stupid high we probably won't end up doing it at all. W
  2. We're in our 21st year of my hometown league, and for the first 20 it has always been first come / first served for pickups. We're all busy enough to make a change we should've done years ago. But Yahoo isn't clear on how it should be set up. Maybe if I say what our end game is, someone will know how to tweak the settings: We are a weekly league that runs Monday-Sunday. Rosters lock at midnight Sunday. We'd like it so that every unowned player is on waivers from Sunday midnight until sometime Saturday overnight (I think Yahoo runs waivers around 3am or so?). So we will use FAAB dollars to p
  3. I think I read the same study. It essentially said that everyone feels like they would be "set" if they could just make 15% more than they currently do. Some were a little above 15, some a little less, but that was the general range. But then they found that if/when a person gets that 15% more, they would REALLY be "set" if they just made 15% more than that. Until I was 30, I worked in sports media. I thought I was fairly happy, made enough to take the occasional trip or dinner out, but definitely wasn't killing it by any means. Even an annual income of $100k was a pipe dream. But I thoug
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