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About JJkizak

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    Eight Years Passed My Design Life

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    Twinsburg, Ohio
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    Corvettes, jeeps, sound, woodcarving, and sometimes video editing.
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    1965 Decorator K-horns & Cornwall, all with Dean crossovers, CT-125 tweeters, and A55G midrange drivers.

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    http://www.jjkizart.com (art portfolio only) "E" mail--jjkizak@windstream.net

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  1. I thought we won the Indian Wars. JJK
  2. What ever happened to "After I take it it's mine syndrome" JJK
  3. Cedar is a very soft wood and will wear out in about 1 or 2 weeks. I use it a lot in my woodworking. Elm will drive your power tools and blades nuts. Maple and Oak will work ok. If you use the old unfinished rough stuff you will never have to refinish same assuming you don't run naked around the house. JJK
  4. Yes, huge oak trees some of which measure 11.9 feet circumstance about 6 feet off the ground. One biologist from Ohio State University said they suck about 300 gallons of water per day. And my grass is always screaming for help. JJK
  5. Do you mean a CCEEEMENT POND? JJK
  6. I have 60% grass and the rest is weeds with lots of dandelions. So made a lot of rock gardens to cover up the crummy grass. JJK
  7. I don't have a cell phone. I didn't want to be "Electronically incarcerated". JJK
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    I have to comment intensely again---I am in shock. JJK
  9. JJkizak

    Covid19 redux

    In Ohio The grocery stores are about 90%. Home Depot and Lowes about the same except for the lumber sections which are like less than 50%. Lumber is moving so fast they can't keep it on the shelves. JJK
  10. Remember that citizenship and taxation are two different animals. JJK
  11. I wouldn't get it too thin but it sticks to steel like you won't believe. If you let it set for 24 hours you have to chisel it off. You also have to have a lot of supply's of tubes. I use this stuff in my artwork so I am very familiar with what it can do. It comes with the separate plastic nozzles at about $3.37 per tube at Walmart. It can be 1 minute drying time or 5 minutes. Amazon also has it listed. Mine was applied to the inside of the tub, not the outside. The outside tub had some kind of tough paint on it. The epoxy was used on parts of the avatar above cementing the face to the hat. JJK
  12. My 38 year old washer had rust holes in the outside tub on the bottom and some on the very top. Ground it down and applied a very thick coating of Loctite epoxy on the bottom and the two pipe fittings. Let it set for 24 hours then cranked it up. Working like a champ. JJK
  13. If you need big buttons there is one called the Jitterbug. JJK
  14. They captured one in a insurance commercial. His name is Daryl. JJK
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