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  1. Now that's interesting. Kudos to Seattle for...

    Now that's interesting. Kudos to Seattle for investing in street art. I'm always in favor of things that make the world around a little more varied or interesting or that bump you out of routine. ...
  2. Now it's only a matter of time until someone...

    Now it's only a matter of time until someone tries to turn a manhole cover into a round surface plate. It's already nicely ribbed on the bottom.
  3. Maybe Arthur can clarify, but I didn't think the...

    Maybe Arthur can clarify, but I didn't think the void opened onto a functional surface. It was only exposed in the interior when he cut away a side rib. If that's true body putty and paint is all...
  4. That reminded me of something I encountered. I'd...

    That reminded me of something I encountered. I'd gotten an import angle plate with the idea that it could be scraped into accuracy for exercise and experience. There was one small area on one face...
  5. My earlier contribution was obviously facetious. ...

    My earlier contribution was obviously facetious.

    To come to the point it would have been more useful advice to point to the actual thread of the prior problem OR to repeat what the problem was...
  6. After all that time as a hanging weight it had...

    After all that time as a hanging weight it had taken a set and was only good for spotting vertical surfaces maybe? :D
  7. It looks like a long, dirty, hot, ugly job with...

    It looks like a long, dirty, hot, ugly job with an abrasive cutoff, so kudos to you for pulling it off.

    Don't fret the inclusion. Smooth out with the disk grinder, putty it up and paint it. ...
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