In which we revisit a PM hack from almost a half century ago and make it pretty. An Old Hack, Classed Up This image is from Popular Mechanics, 1966. The text reads "To quickly make a bottle opener, drive a nail into a board so the head stands proud ½ inch. Bend the shank and grab the bottle by th... By: hay_jumper
Alien Queen interpretation -My Halloween costume effort for 2014. The Inspiration Movie monsters of the 1980’s and 90’s have been a huge influence on my personal artwork, and I wanted to make something BIG that I could use for both Halloween and Comic Con. The Alien Queen, from “Aliens 2,” is s... By: ashleyjlong
Let's kick this thing off with a couple preliminary questions. Do you have eyes? Do you like awesome things?If you've answered yes to more than none of these questions than I've got the perfect project for you!I'm going to show you how to make a remote controlled lamp out of transparent flyers from... By: Koji Crill
In this Instructable I am going to show you how to build a Vacuum Tube Tesla Coil (VTTC)! I try to focus more on math and give you the possibility to build your tube without just looking up values on the internet. You should be able to REALLY BUILD YOUR OWN! And of course you can use bigger tubes. M... By: willi1131
I show how to make a small retractable metal saw out of a box cutter and a hacksaw blade. This is very simple to make and requires fairly common materials. It is more portable and convenient then a hacksaw but not as efficient. I used a fairly cheap box cutter so you should be able to get better res... By: Von Malegowski
"Was out early this morning fishing for coho salmon off the ocean beach on a low tide. Didn't catch anything though- it was my first serious salmon fishing trip. Beach was already fairly busy when I got there (~5:30 am) however action was…"
I don't profess these to be the ultimate truth or even assert that they haven't been stated a dozen times over on this site, but the germ of this post manifested itself in my mind this evening and won't relent until I commit it to writing somewhere. These are in no particular order.
1) Disappointment is momentary. Shame is passing. Regret is forever.
It is better to come out of the proverbial battle defeated but secure in the knowledge that you fought it than to sit by a… Continue
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