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Now that's an idea. Get rid of sawdust, stick it to a thief. Double duty.

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One of your better ideas, Barb!!
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Hahaha. It's funny because it's true.
So many people steal packages these days.
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Hilarious lol. The reason I’m lmao so hard is it’s a given
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Porch pirates!
Story- New York City had a sanitation workers strike a number of years ago. One enterprising individual solved his garbage problem. He put his garbage in a cardboard box, wrapped it in brown paper, taped the paper and tied a string around the box. He left it on the front seat of his car with the windows rolled down. Bingo! Garbage gone!

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Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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There are funny YouTube videos about this. One guy made a very involved machine in a box that, when opened, it extends above the box and spins glitter in all directions. He added a tracking device, so he could trace it and retrieve it to foil the next victim/thief.



Maybe not the best mechanism for sawdust, but a funny video. I think you have a very good idea, Barb. The really fine sanding sawdust would make them never come back.

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What the hell is happening in the First World? I thought this type of problem was limited to us in the Third World?
I keep a couple of defunct dvd players and the like, on the basis that sooner or later we are going to be burgled, and I would like the thief or the fence to be beaten up for passing on dud merchandise. I am toying with the idea of removing the motherboards and filling with concrete, but installing a chip that shows a rude message on the display, on switching on.
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Brilliant. But wouldn't work for me. Anymore even the ... don't stop by. But that might be my fault. Last time they stopped by I had time to spare, so pulled out a chair from the house, and sat on the porch while they carried on - standing of course. They left after about 45 minutes, and haven't seen any of them since.

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