Saturday, April 09, 2016

The Ulitmate Star Wars Treadmill Workout


Star Wars: the force awakens starring Chewbacca. Space people use laser swords. We have two DVD and two BluRay copies. I had no idea there was another Star Wars film coming out in a few months.

SketchUp: a design guide for woodworkers by Joe Zeh. Dovetail sockets, splayed pieces, explode tool.

Knock-Em Dead: the ultimate job search guide 2016 by Martin Yate. Page 383 says, "Skyper interviews, 159-61."

Crack the Code: decrypting your job search by Reid A. Robison and Joseph Ellsworth. Pgae 77 says, "Far too many students miss the opportunity to bond with a professor."

QuickBooks 2016 by Bobbie Sandberg and Leslie Capachietti. Capachietti, that is a difficult name for me to type.

The Ultimate Treadmill Workout by David Siik. I should try this out. I wonder if I could program my machine rather than hit buttons all the time.

2016 National Building Cost Manual, 40th Edition edited by Ben Moselle. Whoah. A mid-range quality garage at 600 square feet is $25,662.

The Complete Guide to Walls and Ceilings by Black and Decker. Page 33 says, "Hold the saw vertically to prevent damage to the door jamb or wall."

2016 National Repair and Remodeling Estimator, 39th edition by Albert S. Paxton. Did this guy write it all himself? There is a ton of data in here to update and verify.

The Homemade Workshop: Build Your Own Woodworking Machines and Jigs by James Hamilton. Build a dual stage drum stander out of plywood, fasteners, and an old DC motor.

Blacksmithing Techniques by Jose Antonio Ares. Step-by-step for same lame projects like candelabras. But, once you learn the skills you can do neat things like maces, helmets, battering rams, and metal dog sculptures.

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