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About dsavitsk

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  • Birthday 03/31/1974

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  1. dsavitsk

    Deals

    Mine were about that old. I had to replace them a few years ago as one of the cats chewed through the cable and they weren't replaceable. Fortunately the new ones do have replaceable cables since those have been chewed through, too.
  2. So long as you do the ebonizing with tannin and iron, I'll be OK ... ... looks great, as always.
  3. For some context, the fires, just this year, and just in CA, have already burned an area larger than Connecticut.
  4. Helen Reddy. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/29/arts/music/helen-reddy-dead.html I remember my mom picking me up from Montessori school with Helen Reddy playing, loudly.
  5. This just aired on PBS about 4 days ago: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian's_Song
  6. dsavitsk

    Mattresses

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/06/04/scott-pruitt-trump-hotel-mattress-592165
  7. I've had surprisingly good luck with spade bits in aluminum. Did you use cutting oil? Can't tell from the pics.
  8. When I was in high school, I went out on a very cold day to start my car and let it warm up while I got ready for school*. I started the car, but it was so cold that the door mechanism was frozen and the door wouldn't latch. I figured that if I locked it, it might latch upon closing. And since it was one of those locks where you had to hold the handle for it to stay locked upon closing, I didn't think it was a problem. Upon closing, it did stay closed, but it also stayed locked. Having a spare key, I went inside to finish getting ready. When I came out, I put the spare key in the door and
  9. David Graeber. https://www.theguardian.com/books/2020/sep/03/david-graeber-anthropologist-and-author-of-bullshit-jobs-dies-aged-59 Edit: A favorite Graeber article: https://thebaffler.com/salvos/whats-the-point-if-we-cant-have-fun
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