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Hosted by pokey on 2010-11-29 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
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Not all threads are perfect, but they can be. Hackers sometimes become makers, and makers sometimes use threaded fasteners. Fasteners sometimes need a little TLC before they can serve you as well as you'd like. Also Whiskey pairs surprisingly well with Cheez-its® and Play-Doh®. If any of this sounds familiar, then this episode is for you. The Main website for Song Fight is http://songfight.org/ Song Fight's official stance on Copyright may be found at http://songfight.org/faq.html#copyright The direct link to today's song is http://songfightorg.dreamhosters.com/music/outside_paradise/andrewayers+guest_op.mp3 P.S. Some people enjoy finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, I have included a few.

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Comment #1 posted on 2010-11-29T17:26:01Z by Frank

Creative topic choice. I congratulate your creativity.

I've built stuff with wood since I was a kid and read books about being Harry Homerepairman and I learned new stuff.

Thanks.

Comment #2 posted on 2010-12-07T22:00:18Z by Chris

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This was a great podcast. I'm currently building a home bar and your tips have helped greatly.

I also agree that hackers become makers, as I'm getting more and more into hardware hacking.

Looking forward to your next submission.

Comment #3 posted on 2011-12-02T10:17:18Z by Bill

As an ol' "out-to-pasture" shop teacher, I approve of the preceding message.

Comment #4 posted on 2011-12-07T19:31:29Z by pokey

Thanks Bill

I appreciate the compliment. Thanks also for teaching me some of those tricks. The toothpick one at least was yours. Maybe more, but now I forget what's in that show.

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