As usual, the only truly perpetual action in the world is fooling people. Super-elegant way to do, yo.
There was this little garage in El Monte, California I stumbled upon. There were a lot of guys in there, but none of them spoke English so I’m not sure what they were doing. But they could take apart a car way, way faster than these Canadian gentlemen. They didn’t take apart any Jeeps while I was there, mostly Porsches and Mercedes Benzes. Still, a noble effort from these fellows.
Casting metal made easy!
Most handy type chores around the house involve woodworking more than any other discipline. Working metal is gaining in popularity, however. Lots of guys have drill presses and metal brakes and assorted other metalworking stuff, often to bang on cars. Welding is a great skill to master, and has lots of uses in the home and yard. But somewhere down the line, after you’ve dabbled in every other kind of metalworking, wouldn’t it be a gas to try metal casting? The host of this excellent video shows us how, and makes mould-making and casting look easy. It’s hard to find any fault in his advice, although I’d whisper to him that he should be wearing a long-sleeve, cotton shirt, not a polyester polo. Go ahead, make stuff!