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|04-12-2017 05:14 PM|
|papasombre||Very nice, Mike.|
|03-29-2017 10:27 PM|
|MT Stringer|| |
Originally Posted by DesertRatTom View Post
|03-29-2017 10:03 PM|
|DesertRatTom||After doing the same thing a couple of times, I now keep a piece of chalk handy to label the pieces.|
|03-29-2017 08:53 PM|
|MT Stringer||I know exactly what you are saying. I have done that myself...and with complete confidence!|
|03-29-2017 07:42 PM|
|roofner||Mike I cut out the parts to build had enough wood to build except for middle shelf. However when I picked up the piece I cut the wrong piece to rip the 2 1/2 stretchers it was the piece for top! Now have to buy a wider piece to build the last 2 pieces for top and middle shelf.|
|03-27-2017 12:04 PM|
Originally Posted by sunnybob View Post
|03-21-2017 01:59 PM|
|MT Stringer|| |
Originally Posted by roofner View Post
Hope this helps.
|03-21-2017 11:41 AM|
|JFPNCM||Excellent work as always. You are one very busy chap.|
|03-21-2017 09:56 AM|
|chessnut2||Nice design, Mike. The miters on the inner edges of the feet really set it off.|
|03-21-2017 09:03 AM|
Originally Posted by TenGees View Post
A U.K. man who was reportedly charging his iPhone while taking a bath accidentally electrocuted himself.
According to the Daily Mail, the incident occurred on December 11 when 32-year-old Richard Bull's wife found him in the bathtub with severe burns; he was pronounced dead at his home.
Officer Craig Pattison indicated to the West London Coroner's Court that suicide had initially been considered a possible cause, but, in his words, "...the cable wasn't near the bath, it had been run there to charge a mobile phone. The extension cable was on the floor and it appeared as though he had his phone charger on his chest and the part between the phone charger and the cable had made contact with the water."
Based on the victim's burn marks, assistant coroner Dr. Sean Cummings recently ruled the death an accident "occurring as a result of electrocution."
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