View Poll Results: What project should I work on (And finish for once) next?

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  • How about that maple dining room table you started what, years ago?

    6 19.35%
  • How about that entertainment center built in that has been sitting with bare primed walls for a year?

    2 6.45%
  • How about that shed you started earlier this summer and have yet to get the roof on?

    19 61.29%
  • Nothing, Just keep your behind glued to the chair behind the computer screen

    4 12.90%
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Thread: Craftsman 18v Cordless Drill Giveaway - We have a Winner!

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    Craftsman 18v Cordless Drill Giveaway - We have a Winner!

    Up for a grabs is a Craftsman 18v cordless drill with battery. I'd say Like New condition, because it has only been very rarely used. Battery has only a very few charges on it and still takes and seems to hold a good charge.

    Not selling it because it's a couple of years old, but as far as I can till it's in good condition.

    Just answer the poll as to what project you think I should actually work on and complete next. The winner will be randomly drawn from anyone who votes for anything other than "Just keep on sitting on your behind at the computer screen".

    The poll will close in one week...

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    Last edited by Brent Dowell; 07-18-2011 at 02:20 PM.
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    Well Brent i voted for the shed. Only because given time available you gonna be faced with winter soon so best get roof on to be able to use it.

    Then with all the space you gain you can do the table for Thanks Giving and finally sort out the entertainment center by Xmas.

    Should by the slightest chance i win, please draw another name i dont need another drill.
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Well Brent i voted for the shed. Only because given time available you gonna be faced with winter soon so best get roof on to be able to use it.

    Then with all the space you gain you can do the table for Thanks Giving and finally sort out the entertainment center by Xmas.

    Me too can always use another drill.
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    I say table, mainly because I have maple on the mind. I just milled 2 sugar maple trees into boards friday and saturday. Now for the long wait till its dry so I can use it.

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    I'd have voted for all three, starting with the outdoor shed and then moving indoors. However, I voted for the "sit on your butt" choice to avoid confusion and not place my name in the running. I really have plenty of drills already.
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    Well you have done a fine job of listing the "honey need to finish list".
    I have plenty of drills so didn't want to put my name in the hat.
    Hope this works well for you.
    Jon

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    I felt obligated to vote for the entertainment center since no one else had.
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    I voted for the shed too...just so you'll have a roof over your head when Sharon kicks you out for not getting anything done
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    I voted for the shed also as that shouldn't of taken you over 2 weekends to build.

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    Give him his sleeping bag Sharon and send him to camp in his shed without the roof.
    cheers

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