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Old 10-22-2012, 04:46 AM   #1231
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Qftt............

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Easy fix. Lay it on a concrete slab, in the street, whatever, and beat it straight with a hammer.

My granddad tried to beat a man straight with a hammer. I recommend this method only be used on inanimate objects. Unless your trying to make an animate crooked object into an inanimate straight one. Then you're golden.
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are you SURE that it's like that, and NOT a "cork-screw" one..........HERE'S YER SIGN! LOL DOH!
*sigh* It's not a corkscrew one.

Maybe I'll just leave it where it is and buy a new one. I don't want to dig it out with a shovel because it's in the middle of the lawn. The lawnmower goes right over it so maybe I'll leave it and get a new one.

I do have a crowbar so maybe I'll try one last time with a crowbar and a 2x4.
And when I get mad because I can't pull it out I'll beat the heck out of it with the 2x4 before I give up. Because we all know that fixes everything. LOL
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Ive found that it only takes one of 2 things to fix most things in life; A Hammer and a rubber, If the hammer dont fix it, F&ck it!

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Ive found that it only takes one of 2 things to fix most things in life; A Hammer and a rubber, If the hammer dont fix it, F&ck it!
Yes, but I'm a woman.......
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Are these F**KING IDIOTS TRYING TO F**K US? Another damn shooting, this one in Wisconsin. 3 killed and 4 wounded, of course the idiot kills himself afterwards!

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I have another random question.

I can't complete my garage project until I install some shelves to put things on. I don't have a lot of $$ and the particle board shelves caught my eye. Would particle board shelves be okay to install in a non-heated, unattached garage or will they warp with the weather changes? If they aren't a good choice for this use, what do you all suggest that is pretty darned affordable? I want to mount the shelves on the studs, not free standing shelves.

I was going to buy the shelves today and install them but it's raining and I don't feel like loading shelves in and out of my car in the rain. Looks like inside projects today. I don't know how I ever had time to work. LOL

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The have solutions for that one (Adadictome) nowaday also but me thinks that might be a bit extreme. I suppose other battery powered hardware could be substituted in this case!
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If you mean particle board by what looks like sawdust, no. The osb, made from 1-3 inch chips is a lot better. Plywood is the best, ask if they have low grade or damaged pieces for $ savings.

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Love you too, beautiful. And I don't think I'd be offended to share a family tree with Tex. He's a good sort
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I thought you was descended from a LA gator and a baboon walt??? aaron is just descended from a giant.
I wouldn't say giant. I'm only 6'.

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Easy fix. Lay it on a concrete slab, in the street, whatever, and beat it straight with a hammer.

My granddad tried to beat a man straight with a hammer. I recommend this method only be used on inanimate objects. Unless your trying to make an animate crooked object into an inanimate straight one. Then you're golden.
LMAO! Quote of the day.

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I have another random question.

I can't complete my garage project until I install some shelves to put things on. I don't have a lot of $$ and the particle board shelves caught my eye. Would particle board shelves be okay to install in a non-heated, unattached garage or will they warp with the weather changes? If they aren't a good choice for this use, what do you all suggest that is pretty darned affordable? I want to mount the shelves on the studs, not free standing shelves.

I was going to buy the shelves today and install them but it's raining and I don't feel like loading shelves in and out of my car in the rain. Looks like inside projects today. I don't know how I ever had time to work. LOL
Particle board is not the best for shelves. It hates moisture, and will bend/warp/sag when weight is placed on it. If you need them now, go for it, but you will eventually want to get regular plywood.

As said above, OSB is better than particleboard, but plywood is best.
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