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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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    Jim Becker

    Real Estate is a Circus Right Now

    Thread Starter: Jim Becker

    Professor Dr. SWMBO and I are "more than casually" looking for our "downsize" property. The two of us do not need such a large home and property going forward as our older daughter is already living "independently" in town (she's a special needs adult, so isn't totally independent) and the younger,...

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    Andrew Wayland

    Walls...

    Thread Starter: Andrew Wayland

    Iím toying with the idea of adding walls to my new shed. (Comes down to cost...walls mean insulation too now...) I was just considering pegboard or slat wall, but a plywood or OSB wall would arguably be more versatile than either offering, with cheaper and limitless accessories. Does OSB...

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    Thomas Colson

    Power grinding primary bevel: What do you use?

    Thread Starter: Thomas Colson

    As I type this, I can barely press the keys on the keyboard. After carpal tunnel surgery, which was rated as "20" on a pain scale of 1-10 (pre-surgery), the carpal tunnel issue is gone, at the expense of loss of wrist strength (I had a choice, suffer all day long, or suffer when I hold a power...

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    Warren Lake

    My electric car has no sound ?

    Thread Starter: Warren Lake

    I said years ago electric will have to have sound and there is a market for some people to get together. With an audio and car background might have been smart but in too many directions already. So i see this now and looks like the people that did this did an excellent job. Now a real car...

    Last Post By: Warren Lake Yesterday, 7:18 PM Go to last post
    Perry Holbrook

    Ideas for cutting heavy steel pipe under water?

    Thread Starter: Perry Holbrook

    Recently bought some land for new home build. It has a farm pond that needs some clean up work around the edges and beavers have stopped up the 4" steel overflow pipe, causing the pond to overflow along the lowest shore edge. So far I have used a combination of pumping water out and digging a...

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