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I think in the book "The Rise of the Governor", they tried that and ended up with a horde of ever marching burned zombies. But they could work against your average intruders, so there's that!
I may have missed it but I think you've forgotten the second best thing to do with distilled alcohol. The Molotov cocktail!
Will they keep just as long if I make them thinner?
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Is there a downside to making them thinner other than they get crumbly? Do they draw moisture more easily?
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It's too bad we haven't gotten to see part two =( but thanks for sharing your hard work!
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Seems like you could add a notch on the point that is above the hammers head for pulling nails? From looking at the point opposite, you might have enough leverage and length to pull a nine inch spike most of the way out. Thanks for sharing!
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diy non- pressurized sand filter for backyard pools
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