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Another 'framing' fail...
(Some folks just shouldn't be allowed near lumber!)
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What wrong with these people, definitely should have used 2x10.

Just came to me I wonder what they where going to do had the 2x6 not broke car would slide down till the tires hit then it would have setting at a 45% angle ( now what do you do?) just asking

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Another 'framing' fail...
(Some folks just shouldn't be allowed near lumber!)
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-hdrt5vKGrV...s1600/Fall.gif

"humans...one day theory of relativity...next day, not so much" I love that commercial... This beats it...

Maybe they shudda tried the 2X's crown up... teehee...

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They must have used different 2x6's when they slid it in the truck.

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When you see videos like that you have to think that Darwin didn't get the theory entirely right.

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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When you see videos like that you have to think that Darwin didn't get the theory entirely right.
Human beings are the only species, to fail that theory....

We allow too many to breed.....

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Another 'framing' fail...
(Some folks just shouldn't be allowed near lumber!)
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-hdrt5vKGrV...s1600/Fall.gif

there a reason for this kind of behavior..



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John; no problem! They'd have just sawed the top ends off the 2x6's...
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Need more chlorine for the gene pool.

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