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 Post subject: Jan 21 puzzler
PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:46 pm 
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If a woodworker was clenching ,and staggering what would
he, or she be up to?

:razz: :razz:

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Purely a guess, but how about making a Shaker oval box?

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Drinking bad beer that gave him the green apple dirtys.

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:D Yep, the devil made me say that. :D

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Driving nails.

I sure hope the prize is a wide belt sander!

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The activity could be what BOBHAM said, and the technique what LARRY said as well as bending the pointy end of the nail over on the backside of the workpiece so it wouldn't tear up the paper on LARRY's belt sander.

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Clamping a glueup.


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Sharpening a plane iron or chisel............moving the body not the arms!

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Bobham got there, and Larry crossed the Ts and dotted the I's.
Roger fell right into it like I knew that he would!

Sorry Larry, no prizes it makes the stakes way to high!

Look above for another fascinating conumdrum.

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