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30+ years ago I discovered that trying to saw a kerf into the end of an axe handle with a bow saw while holding the axe handle barehanded is a bad idea. Luckily it was only about 8 puncture wounds. Scars add character to your hands.
Good idea. This would be good with a rhubarb or burdock leaf and make it bowl-shape for a birdbath
Very neat, but no labels?
I have a box of those magnets. (I agree with the therapy idea, until I couldn't get those smallest Torx screws off) Now I have an idea that will help me clear off a bit of counter space. I have some cedar from a tree that fell. Maybe split it, hollow out a trough in back for the magnets and leave the front weathered. Good idea
Coby, you should get the award for the best named project. I have a few lawn chairs, but yours is a lawn chair. Well done.
Finally! A use for those old Psychology books I've been keeping in boxes in the basement for the past 20 years.
Well done. I hope you have provisions to withstand the inevitable siege.
I have a bunch of mounting slides from servers that would make great drawer slides. They're designed to hold a server at full extension, so they should support drawers full of tools with no problem. If I line the drawers with rubber mats they shouldn't move around. hmmmmm
Carl, you need a 4-foot pipe wrench, because it's a 4-foot pipe wrench.
I found the best way to get the nails out is to burn the wood in my stove, then screen the ashes and then use a magnet on the screened ashes. After that I use a magnet again to make sure I get the rest of them. Sometimes I use the ashes on the driveway instead of salt. My mechanic is the final nail remover, when he repairs my tires after getting a nail in them.
Also make sure you're up-to-date with your tetanus shots
Good idea. All that's left to do is put a red LED light in the nose. For Christmas.
Good idea. I work in a data center. We have a bunch of extra steel used to hang pipes and racks off the ceilings. Looks like 5/16", maybe 3/8" thick, 2" wide and about 10" long. I've found some good fastening hardware, too. I'm going to try to modify these instructions to use this so all I have to do is drill a couple of holes in some 1" steel pipe I have that used to be a handrail.
Duuuude! An ASCII guy!
That would make it harder for my son to find them before he leaves them out in the driveway.
It's a simple question of weight ratios. A 5 ounce bird cannot carry a 1 pound coconut.
Monty Python Holy Grail Backpack
No, 5 is right out!
Where did you get the coconuts? How did they get there?
I found mine at Building19
hmmmm.....if I duct-taped a cabinet fan to one of 2 holes in the top of the bucket (making sure it blows IN), then duct-taped a dryer duct to the other hole, I could direct the cooled air to where I wanted it. I wouldn't lose any moving air and It might be good for spot cooling.Waddaya think?
I have a few server cabinet fans. 110v, so they sound like a jet engine, but they push the air!
A long time ago my roommates and I had a party. A bunch of co-workers came. I made a big batch of squirrel cacciatore. Told people it was cacciatore. When the pot was about 3/4 gone someone held up a little arm and asked, "What part of the chicken did THIS come from?" I said it wasn't chicken, it was squirrel. One girl basically freaked and screamed "I was eating squirrels?" I explained that she was raving about it before I said it was squirrel. I don't think she had any more. The guy who asked about the arm just shrugged and kept eating. I was a legend at work.
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