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I wish I had a wheel..

david weaver
..maybe I don't. The most beneficial wheel I've found is one that Warren beat us over the head with for years.

That and documenting how to make double iron planes, but that's just backing into making a wheel that someone else made.

Last year, my mother had a dog at our house and my wife is an extreme germophobe (who never had a pet) - when my parents visit, they're coming a pretty long distance and stay a few days. The dog is 16, and you know what happens with dogs that old. So, my mother brought along some diapers and cut a hole in them for the dog's tail. We made suspenders out of tape and felt pretty good about ourselves (it averted a lot of issues with my wife, which was a major positive). I told her that she should look into getting them made (my mother is a maker and painter of sorts) and selling them on etsy or amazon for $15 a pair.

And then I said to her "i'll bet it's already been done if it was that easy to come up with".

https://www.google.com/search?q=dog+diaper+suspenders&source=lnms&tbm=shop&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiN2sLm37nXAhVF5CYKHbrbBCYQ_AUICigB&biw=1920&bih=974

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Stanley...anyone care to comment? *PIC*
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Beautiful workbench Roger! *NM*
Thanks Mark.....
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Thanks William. *NM*
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