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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.
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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in
the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.

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Anchovy cans around here are close.

BTW, nice work.

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Yes, I have seen cans around at the Market that could work.
It is a great idea, and good use of cans.
Imagine what one could do with other cans?
Anyway, yes, there is wood in it, and yes, it is very imaginative.
John

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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.
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 In nature, there are no rewards or 
 punishments, only consequences. 






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Yes, I have seen cans around at the Market that could work.
It is a great idea, and good use of cans.
Imagine what one could do with other cans?
Anyway, yes, there is wood in it, and yes, it is very imaginative.
John

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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.


Thanks!

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On Fri, 26 Apr 2013 10:24:03 -0400, "G. Ross"
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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.


Well, it looks nice, but I bet you ****ed off a lot of sardines.


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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this
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I just ate some sardines last week and they came in a can such as the one
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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.


Well, it looks nice, but I bet you ****ed off a lot of sardines.


And smoked oysters and smoked clams.

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Was it red and had wheels on it?
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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this
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I just ate some sardines last week and they came in a can such as the one
you show. 





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On Fri, 26 Apr 2013 10:24:03 -0400, "G. Ross"
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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.


Cute... (Is that the same as "like"?)
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On Fri, 26 Apr 2013 10:24:03 -0400, "G. Ross"
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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.


Spam cans? Oh wait... you'd have to find someone to eat that stuff...
sorry...


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On Fri, 26 Apr 2013 10:24:03 -0400, "G.
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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.


Spam cans? Oh wait... you'd have to find someone to eat that stuff...
sorry...


Good to hear from you, Mac. I like spam. Sprinkle a little sage on
it and it tastes almost like sausage. I have some more puppywood
bowls drying out.

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Spam cans? Oh wait... you'd have to find someone to eat that
stuff...
sorry...

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He's still with us.

As far as Spam is concerned, haven't been to Hawaii lately have you?

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I was just going to say that about Hawaii and Spam.
They love it.
Spam Sushi.....
john

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Spam cans? Oh wait... you'd have to find someone to eat that stuff...
sorry...

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He's still with us.

As far as Spam is concerned, haven't been to Hawaii lately have you?

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I was just going to say that about Hawaii and Spam.
They love it.
Spam Sushi.....


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It is my understanding that Hawaii is the #1 state for
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On 4/30/2013 7:58 PM, Lew Hodgett wrote:
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I was just going to say that about Hawaii and Spam.
They love it.
Spam Sushi.....


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It is my understanding that Hawaii is the #1 state for
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Better them than us!





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On 4/30/2013 7:58 PM, Lew Hodgett wrote:
"jloomis" wrote:

I was just going to say that about Hawaii and Spam.
They love it.
Spam Sushi.....


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It is my understanding that Hawaii is the #1 state for
consuming SPAM.


Better them than us!



There are other uses for spam:

https://www.google.com/search?q=spam+carving&client=ubuntu&hs=Vmy&channel =fs&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=bg-FUcmlC5DY9QT11YDoCg&ved=0CDMQsAQ&biw=1071&bih=523

and you can eat your mistakes!


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On 4/29/2013 1:55 AM, Mac Davis wrote:
On Fri, 26 Apr 2013 10:24:03 -0400, "G. Ross"
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This is woodworking because I made the wheels out of wood. The body
is an old sardine can. The axles and handle are made from aluminum
clothes line, as are the rivets. I have made a bunch of these in the
past, but sardines no longer come in cans like this.


Cute... (Is that the same as "like"?)

Mac, haven't seen you around in a long, long time...
welcome back.

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