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    Moving Your Shop Machines

    This must be one of Stu's Relatives, as it seems he's pretty innovative.
    http://j-walkblog.com/index.php?/web...ing_big_rocks/

    Now after ya'll watch this, I don't want to hear any more complaining about moving a little ole 1800 lb tool down into your basements.

    So now Stu, when are you going to put a nice "Combo Machine" in the Dungeon?

    and just think........most folks these days think "Leverage" is a "Financial Tool".
    Last edited by Norman Hitt; 03-22-2007 at 12:17 AM.

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    Amazing doesn't come close. He is one smart guy. Incredible.

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    Neato!

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    I forget the program, but I saw this on one of the Discover Science channels a month or so ago. Pretty darned amazing.
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    Two little rocks, to move those big blocks, just walking them down the line.........

    One of those momments, once you see how it is done.

    Yep, that is amazing for sure, I am humbled!
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