The Handyman's Secret Weapon

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  1. hoytedow
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    Outer. The inner volume is compressed.
     
  2. Vulkyn
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    ops sorry didnt mean to hijack the thread got side tracked by my witty comments and tardis ... ;)

    And yah duct tape is the single most important invention in man kinds history (along with double sided duct tape ...)

    OK ill be quite now ..
     
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    I think the first sonic screwdriver was made out of duct tape.
     
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    The 18' Freighter Canoe thread was the one where I asked why it was being called a canoe when all it is is a mediocretly designed boat. I didn't mean to interrupt the guys advertisment for business. My bad.
     
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    Unnecessary, unfriendly and uncalled for. Boats that size and that shape are commonly known as freighter canoes in the areas where they're used, and by the folks who own and use them. Go argue semantics with your Webster's, and leave real people alone.

    I see nothing mediocre about the craft - either in its design, or in the execution of it. I enjoyed reading about it and seeing the pictures, and I don't mind if he wants to get in a plug or two about the molds that produced it.
     
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    Ja, ist great thread, und I like the design; not mediochre.
     
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    folksinpublic.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/duct-tape-bikini1.jpg
     
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    Bet that was easier to put on than to take off at the end of the evening....
     
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    and not enough liquor
     
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    in an emergency it can be used as a condom
     
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    Errr ok i believe you didnt think that one through ... yes it can be used as a condom but taking it off is gona be one painful @$$ procedure ! !
     

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    I didn't say it would be enjoyable
     
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