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Yeah, I don't want to know about the German hammer guy either. No Santa AND no Fat Max Xtreme tape measure dude is enough of a disappointment! I for one think that any carpenter worth his salt should, at the very minimal, be able to sling and holster a hammer with style, make a hand saw sing and shoot a beer can at 10 paces with a framing nailer.
Mike G., keep up the good work!
I agree with TGuide. Thanks, but no thanks.
Fun game, I managed a perfect score the second time 'round! First time I missed the 2x4 bottom plate and the sill cripple. Next time I'll use the zoom option - Thanks "John316" !
I got the guy at the tippy top of the ladder first thing as this is an extremely familiar situation to me....25 years, several times a week, each and every time thinkin', "THIS IS WRONG!" I'll probably be back up there again today...
Is a triple top plate an actual code violation or just a waste of time and material?
Sweet! I wouldn't worry about the stress to the framing as I see he has the touch and is leaving the roofing felt unscathed. I have seen skilled track hoe/excavator operators perform similar "delicate" operations. Love it!
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