Thu, Feb 19, 2004, 10:16pm (EST+5) email@example.com
(Bill Orr) <snip> My question is this. How do I gain access to the
book of poems in the top box without hinging a lid on the top box.
You really sure you couldn't have sat down for 5 minutes and thought
of some way to do it?
1. It's a book of poems, so who cares.
2. Make a lift off top.
3. Make a drawer.
4. Make one side so it slides, lifts, or hinges, open, or is held in
place with magnets.
5. Take it out from the bottom.
6. Hinge the top.
7. Don't use glass, then no one can tell.
8. Hang a small hammer on one side.
Georges Clemenceau supposedly said, "War is too important a matter to be
left to the military". If this is so, it is then obvious that peace is
too precious to be left to politicians.
Life just ain't life without good music. - JOAT
Web Page Update 19 Feb 2004.
Some tunes I like.