Two benchtops

Been studying up to build a real workbench but sort of dreaded making the top.
Found two new 36X72 laminated maple tops today in a warehouse. Had to buy them both to get one. Paid a hundred dollars each.
I guess that's a good deal but I sure don't know what to do with that second top.
Mebbe wind up in the kitchen or breakfast nook.
Thinking...........
Could use ideas.
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why not have two workbenches?

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It would make a great top for a desk or computer table.
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Sell it for $200?
Michael Latcha - at home in Redford, MI
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How about an *extra thick* benchtop - glue it to the first one. It'd be really stable!
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