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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-10-2006, 07:34 AM Thread Starter
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About time too..

I went down the workshop to day and it required a good organize, but after about an hour or so it looked identical and I got utterly jaded, so instead I tessellated all my stainless steel nuts so to allocate more space in the containers, itís amazing how many more can be added with a bit of time & deliberation.

As for the workshop it's still a tip.




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Woody,

don't you think that it's a bit anachronistic to be tessellating your nuts? oh, and I hope you didn't use cylindrical containers, because that couldn't possibly work.

And by the way. I somehow doubt they are really stainless steel.
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One would need a minimum of three to tessellate so I question how Woody could achieve this with his own nuts? Although he is a bit of ball breaker.

Hope everyone had an enjoyable and safe ride home yesterday. Is bagman still asleep at the hotel?

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Woody,

don't you think that it's a bit anachronistic to be tessellating your nuts? oh, and I hope you didn't use cylindrical containers, because that couldn't possibly work.

And by the way. I somehow doubt they are really stainless steel.
Quite correct long & thin.

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One would need a minimum of three to tessellate so I question how Woody could achieve this with his own nuts? All though he is a bit of ball breaker.

Hope everyone had an enjoyable and safe ride home yesterday. Is bagman still asleep at the hotel?

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I have actually got a ball breaker but it did not accompany me on the meet.

As for Stu he's in the bar.




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nuts so to allocate more space in the containers, itís amazing how many more can be added with a bit of time & deliberation.
The wife said something similar........
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