A realtor came through the house to do a selling appraisal. She deducted $15K for the bathrooms and noted "functional obsolescence" as the reason. I asked her why, since the bathrooms function perfectly well. She said tile colors and oak cabinets. My first woodworking project was made out of...Last Post By: Jason Roehl Today, 1:28 PM
Hello All! I first want to start off by saying this is truly a fantastic site (so much so I am going to be upgrading to contributor). Okay, so while I was at my local Tandy Leather Outlet recently I was informed by the lady working there that a previous customer, who did laser engraving,...Last Post By: Keith Outten Today, 11:41 AM
It was October 1968. I was 19 riding in the back seat of a friend's '66 Chevy guarding the beer as we cruised the gravel roads consuming said suds. In the dark I could see the outlines of the heads of my two drinking buddies. I was leaving for US Navy bootcamp in a few days so we wouldn't be doing...Last Post By: Andrew Joiner Today, 6:57 PM
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They are gone as of the first part of next year! Along with the apple pies! Man what a blow! I don't eat the two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickle, onion all on a sesame seed bun often, but, when I do I relish every bite! I'm going to have to make a point of having a Big...Last Post By: Jim Becker Today, 6:12 PM
Spending quite a bit more (Votes: 7)
Spending a little bit more (Votes: 6)
Spending about same as last year (Votes: 30)
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Well the picture makes it look worse this go around.
Like many others have stated, it depends on the condition.
If there was nothing wrong with that Jointer, and everything functioned properly, I'd
I hope not! If so I'm in big trouble. Most of mine have been stored that way going on 20 years, though. They are only snug enough to keep them from moving.Duane Meadows Today, 11:34 PM
I have a fair # of my clamps stored like that. As long as you don't honk 'em down, it doesn't hurt 'em one bit. It's just inconvenient compared to simplyJohn Sanford Today, 11:30 PM