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    I wouldn't rule out carpet, have a look at this...

    I wouldn't rule out carpet, have a look at this video from James Hamilton (Stumpy Nubs). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6wWGBc8_Zs
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    Any chance you can repair the crack in the...

    Any chance you can repair the crack in the phenolic board using epoxy? Obviously a bit of an ethical issue involved if the repair is iffy but sometimes you can make a permanent (whatever that means)...
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    One thing to consider with a built in desk is...

    One thing to consider with a built in desk is power cord management. Unless you have a power outlet above the desk top, you probably want a way to route power cords for lamps, phone chargers etc....
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    Another version of this method is to use a...

    Another version of this method is to use a carabiner. Clip it on the tension mechanism when tensioned and move it to around the blade when detensioned.
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    Poll: I vote cool. So I guess that's a Yea.

    I vote cool. So I guess that's a Yea.
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    Are the black flies still that bad?

    Are the black flies still that bad?
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    Saw a tip on Youtube, clean your blades with WD40...

    Saw a tip on Youtube, clean your blades with WD40 to extend the life, anyone tried it?
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    Is this the Little Ripper the commercial one you...

    Is this the Little Ripper the commercial one you were referring to?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWMM49qFgX4
  9. That sounds more like insurance than warranty. If...

    That sounds more like insurance than warranty. If a cell phone breaks when you drop it that's not a warranty issue unless you bought a military grade indestructible model.
  10. Agree with Lowell, you need to drill a hole at...

    Agree with Lowell, you need to drill a hole at the end of the crack. The purpose of the hole is to blunt the end of the crack so it cannot continue to grow. Not sure what the holes in the middle of...
  11. We had a similar experience with my wife's Mini...

    We had a similar experience with my wife's Mini Countryman. The dealer repaired several things we hadn't even noticed were a problem, we made sure to take it in a month before the warranty expired...
  12. We generally don't buy the extended warranty on...

    We generally don't buy the extended warranty on anything now but when my wife worked for Best Buy we got the extended warranty for 1/2 price and so we got it on most purchases. It paid off for us on...
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    Have you considered the sanding attachments for...

    Have you considered the sanding attachments for an oscillating multi tool? I use my Rockwell Sonicrafter for detail sanding. The smallest pad doesn't work very well as it heats up and the velcro...
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    There are several types of stainless steel, they...

    There are several types of stainless steel, they have different properties and uses. Does the box say what grade of stainless steel?

    A basic stainless steel has a 'ferritic' structure and is...
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    Just to push back on the article Bob linked, yes...

    Just to push back on the article Bob linked, yes the plane is not yet certified for carrying passengers, Harbour Air fully expects that they can achieve that certification by 2021.The battery system...
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    Aviation History Made in Canada Today

    The first flight of an all electric commercial airplane took place on the Fraser River in Richmond BC. The plane owned by Vancouver based Harbour Air, the world's largest all floatplane airline, was...
  17. Great idea but your photo links don't work, can...

    Great idea but your photo links don't work, can you repost?
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    Is it a yellow submarine?

    Is it a yellow submarine?
  19. +1 on the beeswax finish for kids toys. I make a...

    +1 on the beeswax finish for kids toys. I make a bunch of kids toys every year to donate to Christmas toy drives, I use Clapham's salad bowl finish from Lee Valley which is a beeswax mineral oil...
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    I agree call blocking can potentially block...

    I agree call blocking can potentially block legitimate calls, but our policy is if we don't recognize the number we let it go to the answering machine. If no message is left we assume it is not a...
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    Or block it. We ignored 800 number calls for...

    Or block it. We ignored 800 number calls for years, finally started blocking them on both my cell and home phone, much more peace and quiet now.
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    Love to see a picture.

    Love to see a picture.
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    Well done, looks like the best of both worlds,...

    Well done, looks like the best of both worlds, epoxy to fill the void as a near invisible repair and an inlay to turn the repair into a feature.
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    Is this the kind of thing you are looking...

    Is this the kind of thing you are looking for?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUtIhveUPTk
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    What you need is a rucker. Have it shipped to a...

    What you need is a rucker. Have it shipped to a forum member who lives in a nearby state and then arrange for someone who is travelling from there to somewhere near you and arrange to meet. On...
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