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Looks useful. Good job.As an aside, this illustrates the difficulties with recycling. There is a bit of labor and energy involved with this process, as well as quality control. It shows how much better it is to "reduce" and "re-use".I'm not bashing recycling; it has its place. It's just not the panacea it's made out to be.
I have to agree with others about American oak pallets. I've had to use a sawz-all or hack saw (the hack saw was actually easier) and just cut the nails between the boards , trying to minimize cutting into either piece of wood.
Looks pretty cool.As Artskater noted in the "Tips", particle board is no good around water. However, I didn't see any particle board in your pictures. Particle board is glued-together sawdust. It looks like you have a combination of regular plywood and OSB (oriented strand board). Those aren't the greatest in water either, but way better than particle boardWaterproofing is definitely in order.
Gosh! Wowee! Jeepers! Golly-willikers!Reminiscent of Fluke Starbucker's light saber (but way cooler).A virtual cookie to anyone who cam identify what I'm talking about without Googling it.
Is this one better than the OSIS Survival Kit?
This is an extremely clever way to be stupid.If you let the mouse go, it will just come back into your house. If you drive a long way to release it, so that it won't go back into your house, you are wasting time, money, and using fuel.There is nothing morally wrong with killing a mouse. They are killed all the time by predators in nature.Are you going to post how to build a "humane" mosquito trap where you can release the mosquitos without killing them?
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