Nothing there to laugh about Sharon. That is what is lacking in most of our trades/electives/courses today, work for experience.
So, maybe you or someone on here can explain to me. When I was a kid, there was an old guy that ran a junkyard on the edge of our town. I saw him do this "trick" three times maybe. He would take a quarter, drill a 1/4" hole in the middle of it, using a ball peen hammer, he would talk to you and tap on one side of that quarter (I assume one side only) anyway, after maybe a long discussion about who knows what now, he would hand me that quarter and the outside rim of it would be smooth, the inside hole was ridged! He essentially turned that quarter inside out! Now I assume he only pecked on one side because one side of that quarter was still visible, the other side was "peened". Nope, thought he would live forever, at least long enough to show me his trick, he died before I graduated. He was the proverbial hermit, but I got on his good side as he had a pony he used to mow his junkyard and one time it got loose and I rode my pony over there to catch it. I could do anything and ask for anything after that. To the rest of the kids, he was more than a grouch. Anyway, any ideas how this was done anyone??????
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