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step stool

My wife, shorty, has step stools all over the place. The old plastic one on her side of the bed broke. It was old, brittle and not worth patching to last another little while. What it really needed was a replacement. Of course I couldn’t...

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whatta day

The gas log fireplace was not working this morning. My studio space was at 35-degrees while outside was 10. Not good. Definitely wins the “Highest Priority” award for the day. It was mostly a repeat of my outta gas post from the other day except...

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router

Missy and I are investigating satellite Internet from 25 miles up as our Verizon from a tower 4.5 miles away is intermittently acceptable – the rest of the time NOT. So I asked Craigslist to tell me the real-world cost of a (data) router as...

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working conditions

What I want to do is putter in my shop, fixing things and making things using my head, my hands and my tools. I enjoy metal work, wood work and more, but mostly I enjoy inventing … creating solutions to problems … making life better...

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free gift wrap

Both the do-er and the do-ee can enjoy a gift of one done Honey-do. I will create a personalized gift certificate specific to your situation and thrill you both with a memorable and practical gift. I am the practical, pragmatic creator of solutions for home,...

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about your problem

The problem – solution list on the left is representative of my creativity and skills. I do not expect to solve the same problems in the future that I have in the past. I expect to draw on my knowledge and inventiveness to come up...

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driving

As a hobby, I’ve driven race cars on road courses such as Laguna Seca and Sears Point (since renamed). As a dream, I could do that a lot more. In the real world, I am a talented and skillful driver of equipment, commercial trucks and...

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handyman

I’m a creative guy with a lifetime collection of tools and skills. I operate on old-fashioned values of honor, integrity and honesty. I’m open to working in exchange for old-fashioned money at old-fashioned prices. A good old dollar would likely entice me to drop by,...

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