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Thread: Problems faced by beginning DIY'ers

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    I secretly think the frog is edging towards an appearance on "The Shark Tank" for a capital injection so he can send that chair to be made in China and make a greater profit margin. Might see that chair turn up at Mark Cuban's arena...lol

    Wait, news just in on TMZ someone has compromising photo's of that frog that they are going to publish.
    Little about a lot and a lot about a little.
    Every day is a learning day.

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    On the other hand, I am curious to see how he is going to measure a 45deg angle with a thermometer....LOL

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    Sometimes glueing pipes is the most difficult part because then you can't adjust them very well. That's why I hesitate to glue my PVC fittings. However just mark them with a sharpie to get the same configuration during dry-fitting.

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