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Old 04-10-2005, 03:32:48 PM
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Here's what us old Geezers do when we have too much time on our hands.

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This is going to end up as a hot subject! At least it may wake up some people. Must be spring fever, no one is talking recently. Yes, if someone thought something like this, it would be your inventive mind! Helen
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Elden,

I like it but does it have any bells, sirens or flashing lights to warn you to stand back when it is starting up?

Your problem isn't that you have too much time on your hands. You are like me in that there isn't enough time to make all of the things that you can think up.

Great job.

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Elden way to cool. Are you trying to put Rube out of work? BobRR P.S. I think you do have to much time on your hands?
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What engine generator set do you have the solenoid hooked up to?

You could take this to shows and shake upsome lemonade.
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WOW!!! neat. Good for mixing paint, or shaking up those spray cans before use. Could make chocolate milk in it for the grandchildred with Ovaltine. But they would probably get tired of waiting and say, Grandad why not just use a spoon to stir it .
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Guys & Dolls (chauvinistic, ain't I??!):

Thanks for your comments. I've always liked to tinker and, since I don't have the space for big engines besides the two I've got, I have to do something that ends up with smaller thingies. At least it's something to do in my retirement.

Also, it's a good way to cheat the junk man with that big box of dead and obsolete 'puter hard drives......GREAT bearings and stuff in 'em!

Oh, yes - I've been around enough to appreciate Rube Goldberg and Spike Jones!

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