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Unashamedly C&P from another forum. Arlington National Cemetery will run out of room and will close for new burials around 2054 using current eligibility rules. DOD conducted a survey last year to see what people thought about changing the eligibility rules to extend the life of the cemetery. They are conducting another survey again this year. You can take the survey here... https://survey.foreseeresults.com/surve ... id=link-en I encourage anyone interested to take the survey. You do not have to be a veteran to participate.
Survey question of the day! What is your favorite style of spur drive? I've probably seen a dozen different variations.... two prong, four prong, round with no prongs! All types out there.... IF I were to suggest we develop a spur drive to mount in our Easy Chuck... what style should it be? I'm not that smart, so pictures help... a lot! :0) GO!
Simple survey. What should be the next tool band saw or bench drill press? If it's band saw, bench top or floor model? My primary source of wood are old pallets. my next big project will be a long book case with doors and offset shelves
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