Wood Gloat

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Microbrew did play a rather large roll in the manufacturing process of this pile of solid sawdust(not at the same time the chainsaws were doing their thing though). So too did several container loads of chocolate chip cookies and a rather large bull named Thor.. but that's another story for another day :)
Rob
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snipped-for-privacy@users.sourceforge.net writes: ...

Which end of the hammer *does* one use to open a can of paint?
Everyone knows you drive a nail with a shoe, preferably a high-heeled shoe. Those 4-inch spikes from the sixties would be the preferred model unless there are some 5-inch spikes around. One must consider the skill involved in hitting the nail head square on with that tiny spike (while using the flexible shoe body as the handle!). And some guys don't think women are skilled in wood-working!
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On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 09:56:04 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@pmug.org (Glenna Rose) wrote:

Personally I use a flathead screwdriver.

You know, I have ruined more pairs of spiked heels doing that. :)
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On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 09:56:04 -0800, Glenna Rose wrote:

It's a trick question. You use the head of the screw that's poking out of the top of the handle. The screw that's taking up the slop where the wedge should be.
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Glenna Rose wrote:

The correct side. Duh.

You go girl!
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