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  1. Trump's running heavy on the balanced budget...

    Trump's running heavy on the balanced budget promise, for what that's worth. If he falls on his sword on behalf of the GOP regarding trickledown economics, I may even take the guy seriously.
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    Why has the top of the piece been hammered?

    Why has the top of the piece been hammered?
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    Well, the general consensus is a thicker...

    Well, the general consensus is a thicker belly/center, flaring out, as you can see in the pic above of the graduation maps. From there every maker brings their own voodoo into the mix. Another...
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    One in action, couldn't find a video. It's a...

    One in action, couldn't find a video. It's a really cool tool if you're a tool nerd lol.:
    ...
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    Winner winner chicken dinner! Good man Dwayne. ...

    Winner winner chicken dinner!
    Good man Dwayne.

    It's called a Hacklinger gauge, and it's used to measure the plate thickness of violin (and other stringed inst.) tops and backs. There are two...
  6. My guess is that the establishment sees her as...

    My guess is that the establishment sees her as the better bet against whoever the GOP ends up running. It's not like '08, the GOP appears to be trying. So do you take the one with the heavy...
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    It's definitely to measure in millimeters.

    It's definitely to measure in millimeters.
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    I was thinking that the other day, that putting a...

    I was thinking that the other day, that putting a coin in the picture to help with scale would help. But them I forgot to do it, doh!

    It's probably 8 or 10 inches long.

    It's not for harvesting...
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    The red magnet comes off, the other end (black...

    The red magnet comes off, the other end (black plunger) connects to your fingers.
  10. OK guys, you know I'm a democrat-leaning person...

    OK guys, you know I'm a democrat-leaning person on m ost issues, and a supporter of the current strategy in the desert. I want to see exactly zero Americans die for Syrians, or Iraqis, or well...
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    No, but I wish it did! And it's not a tuner.

    No, but I wish it did!
    And it's not a tuner.
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    Negative on strings and magnetic field...

    Negative on strings and magnetic field measurements.

    More clues: it uses a combination of spring tension and magnets. btw, did you guys know I work at a violin shop?
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    Stradivari would have killed for one of these. ...

    Stradivari would have killed for one of these. The funny thing is, it's a recent invention, but the technology behind it was available in his time.

    Yes the mm is millimeters.
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    No sir.

    No sir.
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    The red tip is a magnet.

    The red tip is a magnet.
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    Nothing kitchen related.

    Nothing kitchen related.
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    Not wine, nor site gauge, nor fluid dynamics.

    Not wine, nor site gauge, nor fluid dynamics.
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    Negative.

    Negative.
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    No, good sir, it does not. :lol:

    No, good sir, it does not. :lol:
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    http://www.stringedinstrumentservices.com/images/v...

    http://www.stringedinstrumentservices.com/images/various/whatisit.jpg
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    That had to hurt, for you to say. :wink: Your...

    That had to hurt, for you to say. :wink:

    Your clue got me there. Image coming right up.
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    Meatballer

    Meatballer
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    That looks like a forging tool, I'll say a...

    That looks like a forging tool, I'll say a cannonball/shot maker if I've got the scale right. Pour lead in the whole, dunk it in water, and open it to drop the ball out.
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    Exactly. In many ways, his past words indicate...

    Exactly. In many ways, his past words indicate the GOP is about to elect their first Democrat from the inside.
  25. Good thinking, Soocy. I would also recommend...

    Good thinking, Soocy. I would also recommend pushing business start-up classes in high school. You might find this article interesting:

    Nano-degrees in technology
  26. Unemployment requires having had a job...

    Unemployment requires having had a job previously, so I would say yes, they could take night or online classes. You may be under the mistaken impression that people can stay on unemployment their...
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    ..or cribbage?

    ..or cribbage?
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    Mancala game, or similar?

    Mancala game, or similar?
  29. Can I think about this for a while? The field's...

    Can I think about this for a while? The field's a bit squirrelly at the moment.
  30. I agree with this 100%. I would also be good...

    I agree with this 100%. I would also be good with a tie-in for unemployment and welfare checks. If on unemployment, you should be working on a degree. With the surge in micro-degrees, you could...
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