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somehow "Sometimes the simplest solutions are the most powerful." as a response is missing.i believe it's because it's obvious i would have replied "like taking a hammer with you."
i wish my wife would wash all of her clothes so i wouldnt have to keep buying hampers to dump her dirty ones into because she keeps them in piles in our bedroom.there's no helping this situation. i've tried talking to her about it. i've tried washing her clothes for her. i've put them in new hampers. i dont even know where one of the hampers i bought is right now (and it was bought so i could take clothes from the dryer to fold).
how is this an instructable?
Oak Bluetooth Speaker
it may already be easy to lug around, but a handle from whatever's left of those pants in the middle of the sand bag could help out.when i worked in corporate theater we used sandbags all the time and they had a handle built from their material (probably even nylon instead of denim) sewn in between the two bags. i'm definitely stealing this idea for my workshop.
Denim Adjustable Folding Shooting Sandbag
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it's not in the first step - it's above it.it answers my second question, but not the first.
is the paint smooth or is it bumpy to the touch?im not following something because the images explaining this are not your skateboard deck - are you dipping the deck and then pulling it up with the painted end facing up to grab the most amount of paint or are you submerging face down and it retaining the paint pattern that way? wouldnt it wash away if it the intended painting side facing down?im interested in this application for a potential project. thanks for your help.
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Mobile Workbench With Built-in Table & Miter Saws
oh, you must have missed the part where i said i would argue your definition of optimum, which was heavily (i guess) explained your reasoning for using a poor choice of the important part of a hamburger.frankly, it explains negative votes in your polls.
i kind of stopped reading at "boxed frozen burger patty" section. i would argue we have different definitions of "optimum". it takes no more time dumping salt, pepper, a1 into a bowl of ground beef and mixing it up and making patties than it does cutting an avocado, tomato, and an onion.
for your sake, i hope there's never a zombie apocalypse. i believe that since you are incapable of using a hand tool when power tools are unavailable, how will you survive?
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Clamping at ANY Angle
if you wrote sonic screwdriver in partenthesis, that's said enough.you know what people did when they needed to screw a screw in and they didnt have an electric screwdriver (sonic screwdriver) around?they used one of these. shame on you.
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right? you dont hammer screws.
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