*New* Facebook (Presidential Candidate) Reactions

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In case you missed it today, Facebook came out with a new set of interactions on posts, or “reactions” as they have come to call them. I’m totally bummed out that there still isn’t a “dislike” button. This is ironic, since I would say 99.9999% of the dislike that happens in the world originates from stuff that we read on … Read More

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DIY – Lego Table with Directions

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DIY LEGO TABLE

My son has been asking for a LEGO table for a while now. I’ve wanted to build him something that looked nice, but was also functional for what he needs. What does he need ? About a 4 ft work area A place to store lego blocks It needs (or he wants) it to look cool. All in all here … Read More

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Netflix Releases and Updates Nov 2015 #StreamTeam

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Disclaimer:  Although this post is sponsored by Netflix, all opinions are 100% my own.   We call our son the “car salesman” because he can talk anybody into anything (or try his hardest at least). Prime example: bedtime tonight (or shall I say EVERY night?) He has always been a bedtime procrastinator, and is pretty good at it, with all … Read More

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Building a Teardrop Camper #6- The Front and Roof Framing

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The roof of our camper was built in a few easy step. Since were are using the “inside out” method of construction, we actually put the inside ceiling in before we added the framing. After we assembled the walls, one of the last things that we did was to cut a small strip of wood out of the top of the side walls. This would provide a ledge of sort for the ceiling to sit on once the walls were stood up.

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