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Old 09-13-2013, 07:12 PM
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From one of my other watched forums...this guy is building one hell of a workshop...

http://www.forestryforum.com/board/i...?topic=68461.0
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That's not 3/4" T&G plywood for the floor??
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Nah, it's 6/8ths.
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Very cool... Funny to read the signatures of these guys listing their toys and no frickin idea what they are.
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Nothing touches "The Shed of Doom"!

Pretty funny commentary, comments and photos to boot.

http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/sh...s-I-don-t-even

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Originally Posted by outerbanxer View Post
From one of my other watched forums...this guy is building one hell of a workshop...

http://www.forestryforum.com/board/i...?topic=68461.0
Ziggy Zaggy, Ziggy Zaggy, Oi, Oi, Oi!!!
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While I looked at that, I realized that the older I get, the less I really want to work on things. Thats a neat "shop" and all, but I've gotten to the point that if I have to work on something that much to need that much space, I'd probably just as soon not mess with it.
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Originally Posted by 08087 View Post
That's not 3/4" T&G plywood for the floor??
Its OSB. I imagine he put it down to protect the floor during construction. Probably has a lot of equipment that's gonna leak oil.
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Originally Posted by rheist View Post
Nothing touches "The Shed of Doom"!

Pretty funny commentary, comments and photos to boot.

http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/sh...s-I-don-t-even
I am literally crying and my chest is hurting from laughing so hard. I didn't realize clicking this link was going to cost me over an hour reading a 70 page thread but I just couldn't stop.
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I am literally crying and my chest is hurting from laughing so hard. I didn't realize clicking this link was going to cost me over an hour reading a 70 page thread but I just couldn't stop.
I was drawn in like a moth to a flame. Was definitely a train wreck that you couldn't get away from. Kinda like when I found BlueChip's dating thread.
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Originally Posted by Joe View Post
While I looked at that, I realized that the older I get, the less I really want to work on things. Thats a neat "shop" and all, but I've gotten to the point that if I have to work on something that much to need that much space, I'd probably just as soon not mess with it.
Lmao!

I hear you brother.
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Originally Posted by D.Lew View Post
I am literally crying and my chest is hurting from laughing so hard. I didn't realize clicking this link was going to cost me over an hour reading a 70 page thread but I just couldn't stop.
Glad that you thought it was as funny as I did.
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Nice shop that dude's building.....however I'd put in a small bathroom as well.....
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