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    Tom, I bet those are good too. I'm thrilled...

    Tom,
    I bet those are good too. I'm thrilled with my microfilm cabinet in part because the drawers are just about right to use cheap plastic electrical boxes as bins. My memory of blueprint...
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    I'm just guessing about the OP saw being a PM63. ...

    I'm just guessing about the OP saw being a PM63. he said Artisan and as I remember my old PM63 was in their artisan line.
    My experience with the PM63 probably doesn't contradict your comment. We...
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    My desire is that the license to view content be...

    My desire is that the license to view content be separated from the manner in which it is distributed. I would have no problem paying a fair price for Star Trek Discovery, currently carried on CBS...
  4. For cordless yard tools, I'm fond of the Ryobi...

    For cordless yard tools, I'm fond of the Ryobi One from HD. When we replaced our electric chainsaw, we went with corded because we just don't use them that often. I do have a Ryobi One pole...
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    I had a PM 63 that I had upgraded with a Vega...

    I had a PM 63 that I had upgraded with a Vega utility fence and a Delta Uniguard. My biggest complaint was that the trunion is bolted to the table which makes alignment difficult at best. Once it...
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    This reminds me of an article I saw in Fine...

    This reminds me of an article I saw in Fine Homebuilding once about a guy in S.C. who had to bandsaw 6" x 12" x 29' long laminated beams. His solution was to mount his bandsaw on a round board and...
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    I needed a drill press one some years ago and got...

    I needed a drill press one some years ago and got it here.

    I think they make irons for the folks like Rockler.
    One thing I learned about doing many parts using the drill press is that the irons...
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    Alan, there are no crazy ideas. The beauty of...

    Alan, there are no crazy ideas. The beauty of being able to do things for yourself is being able to do them over. Give it a try. If it doesn't work out, try something else.

    Because you can!
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    Edwin, I used a sawboard for years also. I had a...

    Edwin, I used a sawboard for years also. I had a 4' one and an 8' one. My standard skil saw was unbalanced on the thing so I found a porter cable saw with the motor on the other side. A guy gave...
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    +1 for induction cooktop. I get a better simmer...

    +1 for induction cooktop. I get a better simmer than I ever got with gas and it boils much faster.
    i timed myself making cook type chocolate pudding. From the time I took the milk from the fridge...
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    +1 on the colored epoxy. But seal the knot...

    +1 on the colored epoxy.
    But seal the knot first. I did a bunch of black epoxy without sealing first and some of the wormholes came out kind of fuzzy looking. I think the dye seeped into the wood...
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    I donít think Iíve ever seen a pop up on the...

    I donít think Iíve ever seen a pop up on the creek. Is this pop up limited to the creek or are you seeing it elsewhere? I ask because I have seen a page that sort of hijacks many pages to inform me...
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    The handiest cabinet I’ve ever had was given to...

    The handiest cabinet I’ve ever had was given to me by my brother. He worked for a bank that was getting rid of their microfilm. Mine is 8 drawers about 20” wide x 24” deep and about 5” high. It’s...
  14. My house built 3 years ago is around 55 and I'm...

    My house built 3 years ago is around 55 and I'm ok with it except for one thing. I have a traveling sprinkler and the outdoor spigot pressure is not sufficient to turn the wheels. That really...
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    Glenn, it's a bit off topic but fire seems to be...

    Glenn, it's a bit off topic but fire seems to be a big deal where you are. I read that the Reagan library was nearly destroyed by fire recently and they attributed it's salvation in part to goats...
  16. The Shellac turned out to be a very, very bad...

    The Shellac turned out to be a very, very bad idea. The laser melted the shellac into a dark sticky mass that never really dried. I had to sand it off. The transfer tape that I ordered worked...
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    What amazes me is how similar those emails are in...

    What amazes me is how similar those emails are in content. They start out with some statement thatís supposed to light my hair on fire and the pivot directly to a pitch for money. I have yet to see...
  18. I had a bunch of thos stab connectors in my old...

    I had a bunch of thos stab connectors in my old basement shop. When I ripped all that out to sell the house, I bet 10% of the connections were loose. Itís a miracle I didnít burn my house down. My...
  19. [QUOTE=Bill Dufour;2962157] I wear all Thorlo...

    I wear all Thorlo socks so I don't have to hunt in the dark. I just buy 8 pairs of gray hikers every 5 years or so and rotate em. I wear size 13 shoes and Thorlo makes size 13 socks.
  20. The attachments are generic. The cart came from...

    The attachments are generic. The cart came from Cub Cadet (real workhorse) and the detchatcher is some cheap $69 thing off Amazon. I think the problem is that my particular tractor has 4 wheel...
  21. Ha! Generally not that kind of lawyer. I live...

    Ha! Generally not that kind of lawyer. I live with two of them. My son in law is a director at the Cato Institute. My daughter is an assistant general counsel for the US House of Representatives. ...
  22. Sometimes I farm out work. I recently paid a guy...

    Sometimes I farm out work. I recently paid a guy in Idaho to make some really great legs for a bench. I also farmed out a stripping job because I hate stripping furniture. But I do a lot of things...
  23. Sometimes I farm out work. I recently paid a guy...

    Sometimes I farm out work. I recently paid a guy in Idaho to make some really great legs for a bench. I also farmed out a stripping job because I hate stripping furniture. But I do a lot of things...
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    I was going to an aerial photograph of Tatooine. ...

    I was going to an aerial photograph of Tatooine. Luke Skywalkers house is down there somewhere.
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    Poll: I live in Falls Church VA. That's inside the DC...

    I live in Falls Church VA. That's inside the DC Beltway. We have a Sears nearby that I'm told used to be a Lord and Taylor. It's depressing to go into now. There's not much merchandise and few...
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