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Old 28-11-2017, 06:02 PM
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Some maniac was chucking this out on hard rubbish
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They were also chucking out some 10mm knitting needles.......One squirt of the drill into a decking off-cut later - and a next level "sundial" was created.

Just have to wait for the sun to come out to work out where the rest of the numbers go
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They were also chucking out some 10mm knitting needles.......One squirt of the drill into a decking off-cut later - and a next level "sundial" was created.

Just have to wait for the sun to come out to work out where the rest of the numbers go
Haha...great work there Larry. Make sure you put up the finished result.
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Old 04-12-2017, 06:24 AM
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Haha...great work there Larry. Make sure you put up the finished result.
Yeah I'm running out of space for ornaments now that the tomatoes, corn and sunflowers are on the go. But I'll squeeze it in somewhere.
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Sun was shining early in the day but not at 12pm

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"Patience Grasshopper..."
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Maybe tomorrow..... But it gave me time to work on my ruler game
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How many rulers does one BFL need?
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Old 07-12-2017, 02:41 AM
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How many rulers does one BFL need?
I usually have to sticky tape them all together to measure my fish


I was making them for a friend and my ideas kept getting knocked back - he's in automotive design and can be a bit picky about what gets passed quality control.

All of those are the "Failures" - he's currently designing something that will completely reinvent the fish ruling game.
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