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    The photos show it being used differently than my...

    The photos show it being used differently than my Great grandmother from Austria used hers. She called it a leg rest and placed the one leg the the "T" top on the floor quite close to the chair. ...
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    Another vote for White Oak. We have White Oak...

    Another vote for White Oak. We have White Oak flooring with a clear finish and the color varies tremendously from board to board and withn a board.
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    Quick update! We've successfully navigated the...

    Quick update! We've successfully navigated the Pennsylvania shutdown rules and obtained an exemption to allow us to re-open the manufacturing portion of our business. Of course, we're implementing...
  4. I can't see the pictures clearly, but they appear...

    I can't see the pictures clearly, but they appear to be a framed panel. If you look up building a 5 piece cabinet door it will give you the gist of the project. If you want a less involved project,...
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    Spent most of the weekend trying to navigate the...

    Spent most of the weekend trying to navigate the PA shutdown. As a machine shop, my business is "non-essential" and thus needs to be closed. But...I have two large customers that are "essential"...
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    Our local Dollar General has TP. It is not on...

    Our local Dollar General has TP. It is not on the shelves, but if you ask for it, they will sell you 1 six-pack of mega rolls. The clerk indicated that if they see a "repeat" customer, they are to...
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    I made my own fence rails (64" long!) and use a...

    I made my own fence rails (64" long!) and use a VSCT fence. As opposed to most, I have the left side of the saw against a wall and a router station with a lift on the right end. This arrangement...
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    Mine is height adjustable and is set a whisker...

    Mine is height adjustable and is set a whisker below the saw table. I have grooves routed to accommodate the miter gage and sled.
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    PA ordered a large number of businesses closed...

    PA ordered a large number of businesses closed today. Basically, grocery, pharmacy and medical are open along with the supply chains for them. Everyone else has been ordered closed.
  10. Great write up. I'm not in need of another...

    Great write up. I'm not in need of another bench, but I'd love a downdraft sanding table. I think your build will work beautifully for the basis of mine. Thanks for the effort and time to write...
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    Buying...I've had some cash that I didn't want to...

    Buying...I've had some cash that I didn't want to put into a CD becauseof the low rates available. I'm discussing investment options with the advisor and expect to move $20,000 or so into the...
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    Scott - That's good that they're still updating. ...

    Scott - That's good that they're still updating. It is possible that MS is back-pedaling on this, as they did with XP. They tend not to openly publish it when they change their mind.
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    Here ya go: "Windows 7 Home users who protect...

    Here ya go:

    "Windows 7 Home users who protect their systems with the security software Microsoft Security Essentials will soon have to find a different product to protect their devices as...
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    Worked at my son's house again both days of the...

    Worked at my son's house again both days of the weekend. The only time I was in my shop was ripping a couple of 2x4s do to mount some plumbing in his basement.
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    Mike - I think you missed the point of my post. ...

    Mike - I think you missed the point of my post. I DO have a serious medical condition and my MA plan is working just fine. I consider a total cost of $2000/year a pretty reasonable amount to pay...
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    Welcome! I hope you find this site enjoyable and...

    Welcome! I hope you find this site enjoyable and loaded with wonderful help from all the great members. I encourage you to consider becoming a contributor so you can see photos, PM etc. The price...
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    Kevin, It is still "working", just like your Win...

    Kevin, It is still "working", just like your Win 7, but Microsoft stopped supporting it in January 2020. It is providing you little to no protection at this point, as there are no security updates,...
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    I'm not 65 yet, but was forced into Medicare 3...

    I'm not 65 yet, but was forced into Medicare 3 years ago due to receiving disability after beginning treatment for Lymphoma. After much research, I chose a MA plan that is a PPO, not an HMO. I was...
  19. If you run the MicroSoft Office Suite, your...

    If you run the MicroSoft Office Suite, your Outlook Mail can handle tasks like that easily. The calendar portion lets you setup reminders and will also allow you to make them re-occur at specified...
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    I'm not sure what your Drum Sander looks like,...

    I'm not sure what your Drum Sander looks like, but if it is similar to the SuperMax, I'd try contacting them. I believe they're yet another incarnation of the old Performax.

    You should be able...
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    We have half round Zinc Gutters on our home. ...

    We have half round Zinc Gutters on our home. They came from World Gutter Systems right here in Erie, PA. Because we are local, they custom made ours to cover half the length we require. Brazed 1...
  22. We went into this home with our eyes wide open. ...

    We went into this home with our eyes wide open. Because it was a foreclosure, we could only hope the HW heater, furnace, and plumbing was intact, if poorly done. From our point of view, we lucked...
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    Dennis...enjoy your well deserved sleep. Jim...

    Dennis...enjoy your well deserved sleep. Jim nice job on the Cedar Chest. I'm also a Subaru fan (drive a 2016 Legacy), but DH drives a Chevy truck since he has the commercial roofing business.
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    As already mentioned, our son purchased his 1st home and it was a foreclosure. We've completed the demo of the 3 basement bedrooms (I wouldn't have let my dog sleep in one, let alone a child) and...
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    Yes. I've gotten one for years and years. After...

    Yes. I've gotten one for years and years. After my Stem Cell Transplant, I was advised to get the "Senior" version, though I was 57 at the time. Something about my immune system being less robust...
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