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well just duh.
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Drinking with power tools?!"I see you hiding there circular saw", said my fingers.Cut first and drink later.
No doubt. Well said. I like this technique for making bottle openers in the sides of hand-made six-pack carriers or other random bits of wood. I think the fact that it's in a wood shop is a distraction.
OK. Wow. Where do I start. This is not a bottle opener for a frat party. This is for the cold, delicious refreshment that a gentleman needs between cutting dovetails. Gentlemen do not over-indulge. They exercise prudence, moderation and creativity. One frosty mug of Oktoberfest, Porter or Stout during the course of a Saturday afternoon in the workshop isn't going to create more risk for losing a finger than being distracted by the football game or my sexy wife. Sheesh.
$0.05 in parts, but how much for the drill, the drill bits, the wood, the bench, heck - I don't even own a shed!
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