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Thread: Hey Don! I Found You a Chair Repair Project

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    Hey Don! I Found You a Chair Repair Project

    Do you want I should get their phone number?



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    I think I'd need a bigger shop......
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    i thought i saw a old chippendale in there don
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    I think I'd need a bigger shop......
    At least a 4th bay!

    Most look like they can be saved.
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    Don, You and Frank could go into business together!
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    Any idea of the back story on that picture? Why are all the chairs piled up there? Where did they come from? Or is it a fake picture?

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    I can solve the entire problem. Got a match?

    It has to be a fake picture. How could you stop them from falling onto the street?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Henderson View Post
    Any idea of the back story on that picture? Why are all the chairs piled up there? Where did they come from? Or is it a fake picture?

    Mike
    No idea where the picture came from. I stumbled upon it web surfing a funny/stupid photo site.

    I don't know that it's fake. I'd think with enough intertwined legs, they could be stacked like that without spilling onto the street. Anybody have any ideas what the language is on the sign? If it is real, I'll bet it's a rat condo deluxe.
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    It's Turkish

    This phrase.....

    "SERT MADEN UÇLARI" is Turkish for "Hard Mineral Tips" notice the "CNC" on the sign as well.
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    I tell you, it is out there, you just got to look.......

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