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  1. p_toad

    Improving On Everything

    I still recommend the 22 subsonic rounds. Quieter and very effective on all rats.
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    Hole Saws

    I would NOT try to take the set out of teeth on a bi-metallic hole saw; perhaps give it a try on a cheap steel hole saw. Drill press time with something that large and no centering drill bit (assumes you don't want middle hole??), and the wood piece better be locked down with a backer board.
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    No Project? No Problem.

    Like your craftsman tool box. Reminds me of a couple i have. They still make this model, too.
  4. Dragon's name was drawn Congrats! Very interesting on the newsletter side and their directory just came out. I certainly didn't realize they had been around so long.
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    What To Do With My Tools ?

    Nothing wrong with that. You just don't have to go like you're 20 (again).
  6. Did I miss it? Did someone actually guess that the old "thing" was? Don't keep us in suspenders. 😌
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    Box Of Fancy Pine

    From wiki: Phillips drive bits are often designated by the letters "PH", plus a size code 0000, 000, 00, 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 (in order of increasing size); the numerical bit size codes do not necessarily correspond to nominal screw size numbers. The better old phillips screwdrivers were actually marked on the shank as being "made under license" and from my experience actually FIT the screw heads better and didn't cam out as easily.
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    Thanks to one and all. I fixed the problem. Oh, and there's 10k smilies now.
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    Speaking of spammers... When did all the extra junk start at the end of the notification emails? Is this part of the latest upgrade. If yes, i'm going to have to "turn off" this "feature".
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    Birthday Wishes For One Of Our Own

    Shouldn't have to worry with 6' of snow. Many happy returns (of the snow. )
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    Barn Doors

    Are they a thing? Last week and twice this week i had folks at the Restore asking about hardware and doors so they can put up "barn doors" in their homes. We're not talking about bi-fold, pocket, bypass, or swinging door. I must have missed some recent "home updating" program.
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    Useless conversation and other drivel...

    So you've got the revised edition of How To Serve Squirrels. Sweet.
  13. p_toad

    Tabs on the Weather...

    If you can still see out your windows it's not enough. We'll wait.
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    Someone In Oregon Has A Birthday Today And.

    mmmmm....rhubarb... haven't had that in a long time. hope you find some on your birthday!

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