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The Symphony no. 9 in C major, D. 944, is the last symphony completed by Franz Schubert. It is usually called 'The Great' to distinguish it from the 'Little' Symphony no. 6 in C major. It is largely believed that the no. 9 Symphony was written in 1825. Composition: Public Domain. Recording: European Archive Creative Commons 3.0; Public Domain.

Gentleman's welcome back to the shop today we're going to do some fabric cobbling metal-wise get around to it. List done. Here's the summer's over and the frozen hole of hoth is returning to its natural state. We'll just set up my standing desk proper wise.

Every good project starts with the design and, as that famous finnish architect, once famously said, good design is, when you pair everything away till there ain't less enough for the fur, something like that have another beer. They say as i tongue on my tangulation here's the design. We need we're going to build a firewood holder and the problem, of course i had was, i got a store-bought, i got a firewood holder, store-bought and she ain't no good at all surprise. Surprise buy once cry once if you want something skookum and good in these days, you got to build it yourself or hire a faber cobble to do it.

Here's the thing it's got to be, especially because it's going in the wife's hacienda, but enough about my second here's, the architectural drawing the problem we'll run into, of course, is if it works the first time. It's because you already done it. So this very likely is not going to work the first time, but i want to make it super simple, super skookum and decent enough. So baby doll doesn't chew me out for putting it in the house.

Somebody really ought to clean that out. I got the nubbins up here kind of not fitting proper wise in the house. We got quivering aspen, birch, russian, olive, some naughty piece of looks like uh cherry, maybe pear apple, some fruit tree right along with me, we'll go out the yard see if we can find a couple chunks of steel. Our two scavi there's mainly going to be a welding project, a welding, a whole ton of grinding and a little more welding and a little bit more grinding and some priming some painting some grunting dad noises the usual.

Oh here we go: oh you're scabby. Yes, oh wow piss with the cocky ghost mine's slightly more syphilitic than i'd care to admit. Well, you see it shortly. I guess this is what the empire dirt disgorged, i'm seeing straighter, but not ugly or you got that fancy new rust.

What you get when you're restorating an old tool, we're gon na, do seven inches seven feet rather same same seven, feet: seven feet: seven feet: ch grind, grind, grind bye, so so mmm. So so rusty close your lungs we're going in it was the otter acid, the water. Ah, let's say we put that out the doors precious, hence teeth these things so wow so do club. So so so my so just until you hear the crack, i'm back a quarter turn so good enough for the girls i go out with you'll recall, there's no straight lines and all the nature also some douchebag.

One time tell me if it looks square, it is square. Unfortunately, i didn't catch this straight from the mill. This flat bar got a while to tour, had nothing to do with putting the pipe stretcher on it, but recall this would be upright so the longest horizontal, the longest kind of linear you'll be looking at. Is this 20 inches no straight lines of nature? No straight lines in all of my house: look at that.

I finished tacking this up and then serious tipping set surreptitiously and strategically weld one side to others so that the whole thing doesn't get too cattywampus. You see how i went nice and slow there, while the white hat was watching, never ends out of shielding gas. This just warrants a trip into the big smoke. Thanks for watching keep your dick in advice, cheers big ears.

Pasture wits little tits got ta, have a safety beer can't just let that weld, spattered smolder away have at least probably beer beer and a half look at that beautiful piece of ash. You.

By AvvE

13 thoughts on “why so long time?”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars RAW TOPSHOT says:

    The "A-Team" fabrication tune might have been more appropriate ; if only copyright wasn't a thing 😕

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Brent Mack says:

    Because I use to melt metal together for a living I'd have just put heavy duty stich tacks on er. It's not like you are putting 15 on er and draggen er to town @ mach 1

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Wing Nut Bert says:

    It's not rust if ya clear coat it……then it's a custom patina finish! And it's an up charge! 😉

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Sonny says:

    Im watching the acid get poured in and Im holding my breath…

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars EverForward116th says:

    Did any one read the front of upside down angled "desk" box? "American Cyanide & Chemical Corp". Two items no man should ever be without.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars David Hackworth says:

    We're on a round lumpy rock spinning in space, square, plumb, and level are a man made illusion created to show a materials submission to the eye-crometer. Love the videos

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Devan H says:

    not to burst your bubble good sir but there are straight lines in nature….crystal terminations grow with straight edges

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars not that guy Reilly says:

    Enginerds at it again. Guess the KISS concept is lost on this one. Best go downstairs and throw away the black iron pipe wood rack and get started on a proper fabicobbled steel one.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Reuben G says:

    i love it what a price of art and the mini bandsaw is so cute i beleive the won i used never cut a straight cut even though it was in a multi million dollar maintenance shop. but of courd that didnt matter as long as all is well in the end

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars carlu bambi says:

    Love it that you remember the dirtiest song ever on Sesame St .Love to watch the old stuff .now they are all gone from bugs bunny to Popeye and more .all gone because of snow flakes ,oops I forgot can't call a snow flake a snow flake

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Colricht says:

    As an unsuccessful railroad welder, I look at that scabby metal and go,
    “Huh, workin with the clean stuff today boys?” 10/10 would watch again

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars witeshrt says:

    I laughed a little too hard at the welding shield. That could have been weeks just sitting and waiting for this moment.

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hawx says:

    This is why I like wood working. The material is already a warped mess before you start work. Keeps the expectations low.

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