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  1. ONEWATCH Irony embodied Aug 5, 2018

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    Didn't buy it, made it. Never ever will I do something like this again. Old wood was cupped and needed planed down. New wood was thick and needed planed down. Lots and lots of cuts. the only good thing about it was it raised my skill level from a 3 to a 5.
     
  2. ONEWATCH Irony embodied Aug 5, 2018

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    I'll never figure this out. Should probably stick to wood.
     
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  3. ConElPueblo Aug 5, 2018

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  4. ONEWATCH Irony embodied Aug 5, 2018

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    If that is new construction, that's cheating. 60 year old house where the room used to be a garage. Nothing square or level although level was not much of a concern. How did you do that without getting dizzy? Still, all in all, very nice.
     
  5. auxpomme Aug 12, 2018

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    got some dog food delivered via amazon prime ::confused2::
     
  6. chanbar Aug 12, 2018

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    Just a key lime pie!
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  7. staristheanswer Aug 13, 2018

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    This military knife
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  8. septentrio Aug 13, 2018

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    Just ordered a GQ GMC-500 radiation detector, I am very curious to test the radium on some of my vintages!
     
  9. ELV web Aug 14, 2018

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    The made in china hat was given to us by an American friend
     
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  10. STANDY schizophrenic pizza orderer and watch collector Aug 14, 2018

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  11. optsdan Aug 14, 2018

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    A new teapot ::rimshot::
     
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  12. Wivac Terribly special Aug 31, 2018

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    Here's a thing for you denim aficionados, just arrived my new pair of Hiut Selvedge jeans.
    I've been hankering for a pair for ages, and luckily got a voucher for the recent b day.
    If you know Howies, then you may be aware of Hiut, great quality, super service , and free lifetime repairs.
     
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  13. optsdan Sep 2, 2018

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    Finished making my gin bar today!

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  14. verithingeoff Sep 2, 2018

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    Mmmm, gin:)[​IMG]

    Just bought a new kettle
     
  15. staristheanswer Sep 9, 2018

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    A Faber Castell instument for measurements but I do not know where you can use it
    Maybe it is for civil engineers.
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  16. GordonL Sep 9, 2018

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    That's a slide rule isn't it? For doing calculations not making measurements. From before we all had digital calculators. I think I still remember how to use it although it's been a long time.
     
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  17. verithingeoff Sep 9, 2018

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    Yes a slide rule for doing arithmetic calculations. I was a radar engineer back in the 602, 70s and used one daily. I remember being blown away when one of our American engineers came back from a trip home and brought a digital calc in to work. It was made by HP and cost a couple of thousand dollars.
    Here's mine from those days with a few scale rules[​IMG]
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  18. GordonL Sep 10, 2018

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    I was just at the end of the slide rule days - went to university in the mid-1970s. We were taught to do arithmetic in the tradional way using our heads and log tables, and by the time anything more difficult was needed digital calculators came along. What radar systems did you work on?
     
  19. staristheanswer Sep 10, 2018

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    Haha nice story of yours with the digital calculator.
    I recently heard a story from a guy when he first saw a very large airplane with some of his friends
    they did not believe that that airplane could get off the ground and he said : we waited for it to start 12 hours
    but it didn't so we got bored and left.
    I was laughing so hard with this story and with the way he was saying it.
     
  20. Thalia Sep 10, 2018

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    Feral cats are dangerous and you will never know what extent they can do once they are hungry.