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Old 5th October 2006, 04:11 AM   #1
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Just curious about what the other guy's workbench looks like?
Well it's pretty sad but here's mine.
leftovers, trashcan fodder, blown speakers Etc. Etc.

OK we could call this thread the wall of shame. Be a man, step up and show us just how twisted you are.
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come on guys, it's only between us DIYers.
I actually have much more junk than what shows in the pic.
I just don't want to scare all of you off
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BTW, Curly's real last name was Horwitz. I wanted to name my kid after him, but my wife does not share my sense of humor.
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Yeah I know it was Horowitz but I think they changed it to Howard because it rolls out a little easier.
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I did manage to clean up my bench for a couple days in August -- that was 2 months ago -- current project is fixing a Dave Clark headset -- here are some recent photos -- there are various strata of ancient Minoan culture under that pile of detritus:

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Oh the shame
The horror
I love it
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noise eliminator? it can also be used to produce noise when needed....just
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The Oreo's can be used as a rumble filter too.
The rumble you get from being hungry
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It does actually look WAY better now
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