There are paddle fans made specifically for outdoor use, often called
outdoor fans, porch fans, and gazebo fans. The blades on this type of fan
are typically made from materials such as plastic, that are not damaged by
Since you have no clue how old I am, I don't see the point in bringing
Regardless of a person's age, spending time in a shop building/fixing
something may very well be a priority. Why would sensing one's
mortality lead that person to "go shopping" instead "go building". In
fact, having a tool in your hand and making something instead of
buying it not only can be therapeutic regardless of your age, but it
might even make you feel better about your own mortality since you
will be leaving something that you made behind.
That's you and that's fine. But that has no bearing on how others
(young or old) might choose to spend what time they have left here on
And if that's fine with him, then who are we to say that he shouldn't
spend his time fixing it?
Dont worry about it. Saturday is the END OF THE WORLD. Those blades
will be a lot more bent after the world ends.
But if we do survive, why would you spend time trying to straighten
some blades made out of crap. Spend the $3, drill new holes if
needed. You could even make blades if you're handy with wood. That
sure beats trying to fix junk that should have never been sold in the
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