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    Fourth of July Freedom Thread

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    Fourth of July Freedom Thread

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    Woodworking

    Harbor Freight Chain Saw Sharpener
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    Home Improvement

    Derp. Yes it is. The sideways picture threw me.
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    Home Improvement

    It looks like a hammer arrestor but why you would have one for a vanity sink is a mystery to me.
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    RL Picture Thread

    I used to hang out with some very old codgers who as kids, rode horses to school. This was in very rural Arizona. The youngsters like myself thought that this was the coolest thing but every one of them grew up hating horses because each had a friend growing up that was maimed or killed by a horse.
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    Top Gun: Maverick (2020)

    Saw this today and enjoyed it.
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    2000 Mules (2022)

    Saw this today at the theater. Preachin’ to the choir, but I enjoyed it.
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    Home Improvement

    A transition piece isn’t necessarily needed when transitioning from carpet to tile if the job was properly planned but it’s clear that’s not the case here. Regardless of whether you use an extra piece or not, the transition should have taken place under the door not in front of it.
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    What tickles your pickle

    Boondocking in Utah.
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    You know you're getting old when.....

    Are you confusing a prostate exam with a colonoscopy? Also, I’ve had the finger up the butt exam exactly once many years ago. Since then, it’s all part of the annual blood test called the PSA.
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    Woodworking

    I think it's a great idea. It's something you can take from house to house and always remember when you made it and how old it is. The smaller the better so that you'll always have a place for it.
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    Home Improvement

    I don't know what's available, either but if I couldn't find what I wanted/needed I'd build one out of thick (5/8 or 3/4 plywood and fiberglass. One sheet of plywood, one quart of resin with hardener, a small package of mat, Harbor Freight $18 hole saw set and some screws should be enough to do...
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    Home Improvement

    Don't remove drywall like that with a hammer. You're going to need a clean edge to put it back together anyway so you might as well make a clean, thought-out cut to start with. Draw some a plumb/level lines on the wall and cut it with an oscillating tool. If you're practiced, you can saw with...
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    Woodworking

    You shouldn’t.