You plunge the cutter into the back board and move it in a line towards the
top of the item.
You can now hang the item on the wall from a screw. You put the big hole
over the screw, push it to the wall, then allow item to drop. This way it
does not slip off the screw head.
Grizzly describes them as, "Used for wall mounting clocks, pictures and
other hanging items. Also used for T-slots."
This person sure asks some very basic questions. I think it shows a lack of
ability to visualze, and think things though. Which would explain a lot, like
no knowing how to use Google, and not knowing what a "key hole cutter" would
I worked with a guy who would always ask me rather than look in a book.
Some things he asked me over and over. I pointed out that things he found
out for himself he remembered far better than the answers he got from me.
I do right the same right now. Aside from never looking anything up
himself, he also LOVES to retransmit rumors.
My latest solution is to continually email him links to Google,
Snopes, Yellow Pages, etc... <G>
He's just _starting_ to get the hint after about 6 months of doing
I guess that because I've learned so much in newsgroups and appreciate it so
much, that I look at it differently..
What I TRY to do is answer if I can help and ignore it if I can't or don't think
the OP is serious...
What usually happens is that my natural smart ass side pops up and I can't help
typing some "maybe funny but not any help" kind of comment, which IMO is at
least as bad as flaming th OP.. YMWV
Alrighty. I'm positive that answering his ridiculously basic questions
isn't helping him to think for himself, nor to solve problems. How's
I understand everyone was a beginner at some point. I also understand
that at some point a usually accomodating, kind soul has said to each
and everyone of us, "Geez! Will you quit asking so many questions?!
Open a book."
I was thinking of having tunafish on rye with some lettuce for lunch.
Would that go better with ice tea or iced coffee? Does it matter if
it's served on a plastic or wooden tray? Should I put the lettuce on
one piece of bread and the tunafish on the other, or should I put the
lettuce on top of the tunafish? ;)
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