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Edwin Pawlowski wrote:

What are you going to use to test it? ;-)
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<<> Motorized pencil sharpeners injure tens of thousands of people every year.

What are you going to use to test it? ;-)

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Ooo, now I am interested. Do you have any demo movies you could post with a hot dog test? Or mebbe it needs to be a cheerio rather than hot dog. (Umm Aussie for little hot dogs..)

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Thu, Nov 30, 2006, 5:21am (EST-3) snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (FoggyTown) doeth sayeth: Well, it DOES look a little less awkward than the axe I use.
Use a hatchet.
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On Thu, 30 Nov 2006 23:33:23 -0500, snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net (J T) wrote:

Oh, come on. Everyone knows that the only correct way to sharpen a shop pencil to to put it in a collet on the lathe and use a skew to peel it to a nice point, then burnish the cone and give it quick coat of paste wax.
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Prometheus wrote:

What sort of skew?
Hey, wait a second! The pic clearly shows that he is sharpening a standard hexagon pencil (looks as if it could be a #2 lead Ticonderoga) and not a shop pencil at all!
Bill ;-)
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