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    John, I will look for them this evening. My...

    John,

    I will look for them this evening. My brother had a knee replacement and I am going to his house today to help out.
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    Aside from the usual plywood ripping, and 45's...

    Aside from the usual plywood ripping, and 45's for counter corners, the neatest thing I used my DeWalt for was to make two sets of corner shelves for around the outside bay surrounding my kitchen...
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    Not quite sure, but are you looking for the...

    Not quite sure, but are you looking for the dished washer standoff for the Jetlock fence. If so, I might still have one or two somewhere.
  4. Nice shop William. Love the two lathes.

    Nice shop William. Love the two lathes.
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    Thanks Mark, I wondered if I was the only one...

    Thanks Mark,

    I wondered if I was the only one who remembered them selling our silent propeller tech to the Russians or Chinese. I still avoid buying from them.
  6. Another exciting story. About 10 years back, I...

    Another exciting story. About 10 years back, I bought a nice '66 Corvair convertible from my 80 something Aunt. She owned it for over 30 years. It was the standard two carb motor with Powerglide. ...
  7. Would it help if you posted your address, and we...

    Would it help if you posted your address, and we all send you a bag of sawdust??
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    I had Comcast once. I also had a root canal...

    I had Comcast once. I also had a root canal once.

    I might someday get another root canal.
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    A couple examples from my loooong life. 1: ...

    A couple examples from my loooong life.

    1: Location, location: We bought a brand new tract house in an upper middle class town in 1973. We paid $40,950 for it, and had to put in lawn, fencing...
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    I put full size stairs along an outside wall, and...

    I put full size stairs along an outside wall, and used the area under the stairway for a small workbench with metal working tools and my compressor. Worked out well. You adapt.

    I sold the house...
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    I have a small Senco that is very quiet, light...

    I have a small Senco that is very quiet, light weight, and runs a brad gun just fine for trim work. Mine is the smallest with about a one gallon tank, they also make a slightly larger one with twin...
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    Great first project Michael. How about...

    Great first project Michael.

    How about building a box with drawers that fits underneath for a second project. Mighty handy.

    PS: How about a review of how the T track table works out.
  13. Water? We don't got no stinkin' water. ...

    Water? We don't got no stinkin' water.

    Absolutely no gutters on my house.
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    Beautiful work. I can certainly agree with the...

    Beautiful work. I can certainly agree with the judges. A ribbon well earned.
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    CL is both a bane and a blessing. I cannot avoid...

    CL is both a bane and a blessing. I cannot avoid great deals, they have a siren song I simply cannot resist.

    The result is some great tools at bargain prices in my shop. The problem is that...
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    If your garage is a long walk from the house, you...

    If your garage is a long walk from the house, you might consider building a new garage attached or adjacent to the house, and use the old garage as a shop. More expensive but it would make everybody...
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    Suchadeal you lucky dog.

    Suchadeal you lucky dog.
  18. The key, as mentioned above is that you have a...

    The key, as mentioned above is that you have a business....and an employee. Talk to your insurance man. If he is on top of things he will be aware of the extra liability you will have if you knew...
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    My cars are as important as my tools, and a...

    My cars are as important as my tools, and a larger investment, so my choice would be basement, giving you both places to use. Never understood some of my neighbors who have nice cars sitting...
  20. Finally took some pics of the Jeepster. It's a...

    Finally took some pics of the Jeepster. It's a '48 with a Chevy 327 and Powerglide. Had to take the pics to put it up on CL. No place to keep it now that I got the '55 T-Bird. I will try for pics...
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    Don't know who 'They' are, but a favorite cult...

    Don't know who 'They' are, but a favorite cult movie is about 'Them'.
  22. Forgot. Flying cars will still be a pipe dream...

    Forgot.

    Flying cars will still be a pipe dream (or nightmare if you are an air traffic controller).
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    I have a 48" belt/ 12" disc sander. Rarely use...

    I have a 48" belt/ 12" disc sander. Rarely use the disc. I use my edge sander the most, followed by my OSS.

    What I usually do on the disc is to take a bit off the end of a rail or stile, using a...
  24. Technology will continue its advancement. An...

    Technology will continue its advancement.

    An inexpensive method of desalinizing sea water will help agriculture.

    Agriculture will blossom in desert areas.

    DNA based cures will be developed...
  25. I have seen dozens of places like that, Julie. ...

    I have seen dozens of places like that, Julie.

    Unfortunately, they were in the lake country of Arkansas, not Florida.
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