Use a long paint stick. Mark two lines, one 1/4 inch from the end and
the other 1/2 inch from the end.. Then, using a band saw, cut about 9
cuts into the end up to the 1/4 inch line. Then sand the cut end on
both sides. Then cut the end off at the 1/2 inch line and glue it on
to the stick at an angle. Voila! A back scratcher! Works great and
LOL ... and here's a Deluxe, contrasting wood, medieval, woolly back,
'your itches itch', version.
1/4" holes, drilled in a suitably shaped piece of scrap, filled with
dowels run through the shop pencil sharpener to custom sharpness:
Same price. :)
I hope that has instructions for proper use!
That thing looks like you would be dragging a sabre tooth cat's claw
across your back.
Are you sure that isn't some kind of torture device or German sex toy?
REAL men use a circular saw blade with a 5/8" threaded rod run
through the arbor hole for a handle. When some of the teeth get
dull from scratching your back, just rotate it a fuzz and you'll
have new, sharp teeth. Freud works best, but some guys are happy
with DeWalt, also.
I gave 5 of them for Xmas gifts and they were much appreciated.
One present I got was a Silver Bullet remote control helicopter and it
is not easy to figure out. I've crashed it 100 times but the blades
are on a hinge and don't break. I finally learned how to stop it from
spinning with a button labeled 'trim' but the left and right turn
button isn't so obedient for me. I'm working on it.
I feel/felt your pain! :)
Demolished/bent more than one tail rotor guard *trying* to learn to
hoover a Bell Ranger back in the day. Trying was about as good as it got
... for me, a 50 acre rice paddy, or larger, was also mandatory. :)
Fortunately, there was no dearth of rice paddies in SE Asia in the late
1960's, or Bell Rangers with intact tail rotors for that matter. :)
Being one of them there FO's, and routinely calling in artillery from
both fixed and rotary winged aircraft, as well as on the ground; and
since, as always, landing is never optional, it was considered a
practical, if not official, expedient to have at least some idea how to
effect same if, Buddha forbid, the necessity arose.
.... if you know what I mean. :)
On Sun, 3 Jan 2010 07:14:08 -0800 (PST), the infamous RonB
Let's add spinal arthritis, planar fascitis, tinnitus, and, um,
allergies to the stew, OK?
Old Fartes also inhabit the RCM group, and probably a lot more.
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