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    [–] What is this place? Peppyperoni 8 points ago in Skookum

    And every couple of weeks a huge circle jerk of oversized hand tools.

    [–] Cool tool Peppyperoni 2 points ago in specializedtools

    I'm not a geometrition so I'm definitely not the guy to ask, but I believe your statements to be factual.

    A parallelogram can be a square but a square isn't necessarily a parallelogram. And a square can be a rectangle but a rectangle isn't a square. Maybe I don't have that right idk

    [–] Cool tool Peppyperoni 5 points ago in specializedtools

    A parallelogram has 2 pairs of parallel sides. A square has two pairs of parallel sides that are perpendicular to each other. This machine could make perfect parallelograms very easily. It would take a small amount of effort to ensure it was making squares.

    Your understanding matches mine. The other guy's just being a know-it-all.

    [–] Cool tool Peppyperoni 1 points ago in specializedtools

    In math class this machine would work great

    Which is why tradesmen usually hate engineers. Nothing in real life is as perfect as it is on paper. The roof won't be perfectly flat or perfectly square. When you start laying perfectly square materials, like sheets of plywood or shingles or sheets of steel, any irregularities quickly add up. By the time you get to the end of your run you can be left with a big pie piece which looks like shit. Or the edge of the material no longer lines up to the edge of the roof. Skilled carpenters could forsee the problem and tweak each peice so it's only out a tiny bit over the entire span. Depending on the materials anyway. It's a huge pain in the ass and why many carpenters will only work on new construction. Old houses are always out of wack and fucked and require a whole other levels of skills to work with.

    [–] Mooring cover vs camper too Peppyperoni 1 points ago in boating

    I make marine canvas. Where we are it's either chilly, too many bugs or blinding sun. A camper is almost a necessity. The top is always up and the windows get rolled up. I hate putting on and off tarps. But a travel cover is much cheaper and will prolong the life of your camper if you are willing to deal with the on and off. I wouldn't. My boating philosophy is keep everything as simple as possible. If it's a hassle you won't use it.

    [–] 1 In 3 Tim Hortons Customers Say Their Opinion Of The Chain Is Worsening: Angus Reid Institute Peppyperoni 1 points ago in canada

    So what you do is flush one of their coffee cups down the toilet when your done. They've taken away their garbage cans so it's the only recepticle left. And then they'll have to hire a local plumber to snake their shitter.

    [–] This Old Tony Peppyperoni 1 points ago in Skookum

    Yes I much prefer the shill at the end of the video as opposed to the ads in the middle that electroboom does.

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 1 points ago in Skookum

    Very detailed! Thank you!

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 9 points ago in Skookum

    That sounds like the permanent solution. The corporation'll buy two. Box them up and send us the bill. Way above my pay grade as a fabric geek.

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 5 points ago in Skookum

    Then you can reclaim all the rust and sell it for scrap! It'll pay for itself!

    [–] This Old Tony Peppyperoni 3 points ago in Skookum

    Well, he sure shills for that food in a bag or what ever it is. I watch every vid of his up till that point.

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 3 points ago in Skookum

    No JBwelded garden hose. Check. Thank you.

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 2 points ago in Skookum

    That looks downright appetizing! What came out of ours was more like Kilkenny and about a 24 of it 😱

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 2 points ago in Skookum

    That's great! Gives me a schematic!

    The only trick I know about compressors comes from the guy who plumbed our tank. He had the great idea of drilling a holes in hockey pucks and bolting them to the legs of the tank. Cuts down on the noise of the vibration. Maybe better than cardboard anyway.

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 2 points ago in Skookum

    Better in the bucket than in your airtools though...

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 2 points ago in Skookum

    That was my original plan. It will be done.

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 2 points ago in Skookum

    That's what I figured. I got into a bit of an argument with my compatriot about it. I didn't think it'd be that big of a deal. My main stumbling block is seeing what the fitting is under the plumbed in compressor. Stands to reason it'd be some kind of thread adhering to a national standard. Thanks for the backup. Buddy owes me a beer.

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 1 points ago in Skookum

    I'm not sure the attic can support the roof but that sounds like a sweet setup!

    [–] Draining compressors Peppyperoni 1 points ago in Skookum

    Sounds like a perfect project to be productive by fucking the dog on Friday afternoon.

    [–] Buy from Walmart, Ontario Tim Hortons franchisees told, as a shortage hits Guelph warehouse Peppyperoni 0 points ago in canada

    Store brand stuff is often made on the same line in the same factory with the same ingredients as the fancy brands. So you can buy the fancy brands under the store brand and get the same product for cheaper. But they could be right, I'm no ketchup connoisseur it all tastes like sugar water to me.