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  1. .003 or .030 or ? Actually wondering about raised height from substrate, not diameter. Any suggestions?
  2. --I REALLY, really like my old school stuff (even as much as Hi Fi Klipsch audio-reproduction-speakers in a different sort of way): There is something special about it all..... Knurled handle long nose pliers; Copper metal door weatherstripping; Colonial houses; Things the generations-before-ours did; Old School metal works (wrought iron fences, hinges); Bakelite anything; Restored architecture (Frank Lloyd Wright Waterfall House); Restored old cars; Steam power in agriculture; Integrity in the past: OK! Sorry if this is too etherial! But I like the things of old. You too? What are they? And to become even more abstract: WHY are these things soooooo interesting? and…….PLEASE no thread crapping, anyone!.
  3. https://boise.craigslist.org/ele/d/boise-klipsch-forte-2-speakers/6970876146.html Oh My! Nice price.
  4. A couple of times now the sentiment has arisen of "Ill keep my CDL current" as long as possible with much resolve to do so. Why? Thanks for all the input! Seems like school, pass the tests, go apply for employment, get endorsement(s) if needed...is the way to go.
  5. Some great input there! It's interesting that there are two local jobs, both hazmat: propane and the other is fuel (gas) and oil. One said "get your CDL & we'll help you get hazmat and tanker endorsements". Why might hazmat be less desirable?
  6. Anyone with experience Commercial Drivers License--particularly hazmat? Where is the better pay in CDL hauls? Seriously considering as a next step.
  7. Long, fiberous, tawney, tough wood grain would be good for doors; entry, storm and screen doors. Lots of them!
  8. Thanks to each of you for the helpful leads! I am mostly drawn to the places of super high natural oceanic beauty. Having experienced high mountain dry country the ocean is really attractive. Funny thing; even as I write this ( in this instant) there comes across the music streaming invention thingie via LaScalas and Heresys this: Oh My Gosh-- This is perhaps one of the strangest co-incidences of the last 10 years for me...in a good way...anyway: Thanks much for your input!
  9. OH! You guys thank you😁! Wow... Just some contextual information on this end; it has been a LLLONGDRY (very long) spell of nose-to-the-grindstone (like 30+ years) and I am really really ready to see some nice experiences as a counterbalance reward for pulling through all these years---It's time for some reward and your suggestions help me to figure out some next steps to take. Thanks!
  10. Have you actually found a favorite place to go and spend time at? Where is it, what does the place look like and what exactly do you like best about being there? I'm looking for a place (or places) to "bug out" and escape to. Un-visited places also count in this request for replies. Hopefully super-high-quality natural-beauty-places will rise to-recommendation. In responding please give the lat./longitude or a link. ( maybe video). IT IS GETTING TIME TO GO!---just trying to figure out where and looking for suggestions. THIS one looks about right (so far): Thanks in advance for your suggestions!
  11. It's good remedy for unwanted beaver dams also!
  12. "Ok lets start a company, want to do alot of work building many or price them to only need to sell a few a year?" OK yes lets start a company! I've got the wood, hardwoods both domestic and exotic for starters, nice, nice stuff. Just sell a few each year. Got tubes or SS anyone?
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