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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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    Rick Potter

    Gassed up today

    Thread Starter: Rick Potter

    While we were on a trip last week a war started and gas prices went crazy everywhere. Got back Monday night. Today, Friday, we decided to gas up two cars. The cheapest gas we saw while driving around was $5.47 for reg unleaded at an Arco station. That was cash, credit was $5.67. We pulled into...

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    Jim Becker

    Milwaukee adds a Track Saw to the market

    Thread Starter: Jim Becker

    Milwaukee just had their pro user/influencer event and one of the biggies revealed is a new 18v Fuel powered track saw. It looks "very worthy" and has some nice features, including some micro adjustability and some stability relative to the track while cutting bevels. Kyle from RR Buildings spent a...

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    Roger Feeley

    Persimmon rustlers

    Thread Starter: Roger Feeley

    We have an Asian persimmon tree in our front yard. The past two years, I have gone out to find the tree stripped bare. One day, loaded. The next day, nothing. Itís the principle of the thing that really bugs me. The tree is too far from the house for wifi and thereís no power there. thinking...

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    David Walser

    Oops, I have rust in my air compressor tank!

    Thread Starter: David Walser

    Last year, I got a new 27 gallon air compressor. I try to empty the tank at the end of each day, but most of the time I don't remember that task. I just noticed that I'd left the compressor on for at least a couple of months (another no no) and had never emptied the tank in all that time. (I'm a...

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    Mark e Kessler

    400 cope cuts on a router table

    Thread Starter: Mark e Kessler

    Clearly this is a job for a shaper but has anyone done a-lot of copes (like 400) on a router table? I have a job and it’s a one time thing for a friend to make at least 100 interior solid panel shutters in Red oak, they will be 1” thick and painted. And the panel is raised on both sides so that...

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