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The Chinaperson who sells little terminals does not ship to USA.
Styrofoam + gasoline makes napalm.
Maybe that has something to do with broken tools and flying steel.
Your best source for this info is probably your local booze dealer.
Kate don't SHOUT.
"Teeth" would chew the corners off the nut, making it impossible to use a standard wrench thereafter.
"Hoovering' was a common term among marijuana smokers.
Pliers ruin the nut - but if you don't care...
Exactly.It is a shingle maker.I don't think it's adequate or intended as a firewood splitter.
The author uses a big-headed hatchet. Too tiring for extensive work.
Froes I believe are actually for making shingles.If your froe gets stuck how do you get it out?
Kindling; exactly.If you're working on some serious 24" oak, you'd better have a serious tool, like a maul.You might need wedges, too.