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    Dave Anderson NH

    Time for some levity

    Thread Starter: Dave Anderson NH

    With all of the negativity and political stuff going on with the Covid-19 virus it is time to look at the humorous side of things. Feel free to add more, but keep it clean or it will be deleted.

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    Anuj Prateek

    Finally we got permit for construction

    Thread Starter: Anuj Prateek

    In our home there is no space for workshop. Not even a car garage (there's a carport). Right after buying we started on extension work. We are converting the two carports into garage, extending the family room and right under the family room extension there will be workshop. It's going to be...

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    Forrest Gon

    from carpet to wood stairs, looks nice but squeaky like crazy?

    Thread Starter: Forrest Gon

    So I have finally got ride of the old carpet on the stairs and replaced it with hardwood. I made(edge glued) the red oak treads myself, as well as the MDF risers. I also hardwired led lights under the noses. Yesterday I finally put everything together, had to shim most of the stairs as there...

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    Terry Bigelow

    Saw nib?

    Thread Starter: Terry Bigelow

    I know this is probably a dumb question but what is the nib for on a hand saw? I have seen them before and thought is was a manufacturing mistake or something. Now I have bought a few Disstons and noticed people apoligizing for the nib missing on a saw! Is it just a Disston thing? I'm sure there's...

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    Ronald Blue

    Knee Replacement

    Thread Starter: Ronald Blue

    I had a knee replaced yesterday. I know doing exercises at home and all the physical therapy is crucial to getting back to normal. Well I should say hopefully back to a point where walking and steps aren't painful. As I understand it from my limited knowledge they've made great strides in joint...

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    Ollie McDottie

    Marble dining table help please

    Thread Starter: Ollie McDottie

    Hello all. Hope you’re well. Got a client who want a large table built using a slab of marble she has already for the top. Looking to seat about 8+ people. Legs/base to be built out of white oak. Table top dimensions 40” x 96”. My thinking is using a 8/4 white stock for a frame/apron with...

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    Scott Winners

    Time for some levity

    Please keep these coming folks. I am back into an OT regimen where stopping by the levity thread hopefully every day is as close as I am likely to get

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