You asked for this, Mike: what the hell. It was only a 45 second glimpse. :)
"I have one yardstick by which I test every major problem-and that yardstick
is: Is it good for America?" Dwight D. Eisenhower
Well, two stroke or not, even if it only took me 30 seconds, why the hell
was Charlie looking at my ass for that long??? I'm starting to get scared!
Hell, West Virginia, isn't that where they shot Deliverance? <G, D & R>
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Don't worry about it. Even if I were timing you, it was curiosity..similarities
to rabbits and all. And you weren't exposed long enough to matter. :)
"In the final choice a soldier's pack is not so heavy as a prisoner's chains."
Dwight D. Eisenhower
For me, it's the compost bin if I'm in the yard - very high in
nitrogen. No sense in wasting it, and (OBWW) it compensates for the
high carbon sawdust. If the neighbours don't like it, they just don't
have to look. I read an article in a Canadian gardening magazine a few
years back about a guy who experimented with urine as a fertiliser:
diluted 10 to one, urine is a good high-nitrogen fertiliser.
Undiluted, it will burn plants, as with any other over-applied
During the winter, directly on the raised beds - don't eat the yellow
snow! Following Doug Stowe's suggestion, I started using a
sawdust-filled pee bucket in the shop as I'm now working with birch
instead of cedar. Its contents end up in the compost.
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If I had a shop the one thing I would definitely include would be a
large resaw bandsaw. I have plenty of left over 3/4" flooring from
jobs I have done over the years and it would be perfect for inlay work
if I could resaw it into 3/16" stock.
A company that I was working with had a saying, "There is a natural
human need to fill empty space" No matter how large you make the shop
you will find something to fill it.
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