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Virdie 1 week ago
#35 "When disassembling items, punch your screws thru some cardboard and label the sets. This will help you retain your hardware, remember placement and order of reassembly."
       
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Tim 1 week ago
Virdie,

numbering them in the order of removal can also help. and whenever possible to in a cross pattern very important when reassembling especially important when dealing with car tires. and don't tighten the screw immediately put all the screws of a component in then tighten in a cross pattern.
       
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Margery 1 week ago
Virdie, I just like to make a pile of all the parts. I figure if they aren’t used at the time of reassembly they weren’t really needed in the first place. I generally find a lot of unnecessary items.
       
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Arabella 1 week ago
Margery,
hahaha....excellent response.
drinks
       
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Gussie 1 week ago
#11 and if possible do it while you are speaking, it will seem a lot more plausible to the other party.
       
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Midge 1 week ago
#16 in a corporate environment never apologize or at least don't say sorry. it's interpreted as you caused the issue and you need to fix it. And therefore could be weak minded and easily told what to do.
       
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Edie 1 week ago
#1 This also works for cats that have gone astray. I use socks that have been worn for at least one day. With two pair, you can leave a trail back to the house or other pick up point.
       
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Edie 1 week ago
#7 Being accountable and meeting deadlines are also important life lessons.
       
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Margery 1 week ago
Edie, yeah, the teacher thinks she’s doing the right thing but she’s really just training the kids to not be diligent which is a recipe for failure. Fortunately, she’s just one of many teachers the kids will have. Imagine if every teacher was like that - a huge number of kids in that school system would be essentially worthless to the business world. I still remember an Algebra teacher I had in 9th grade - tough old dude, completely opposite of this lady, held us accountable - but I learned a lot from him. Same with a woman teaching English class - get it right or fail - guess what? I studied my butt off so I wouldn’t fail and I learned a lot.
       
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Katarina 1 week ago
Edie, The welding analogy doesn't work so well either. It assumes that only one weld has been made and that that weld is possible to remove. In reality, most situations require things to be done correctly the first time with great repercussions if they are not.
       
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Hy 1 week ago
#31 would only work properly if everyone has the same hand size.
       
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Rafaela 1 week ago
Hy,

Also differs where you are in the planet. Some parts the sun doesn't even set for half a year. (not joking)
       
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Mimi 1 week ago
Hy,
It's not a timer dude!! It's meant to be general and it does work.
       
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Washington 1 week ago
#38 Don't use this method with mushrooms. Some are so poisonous that the toxin can penetrate the skin, and they simply shouldn't be handled at all. It can take up to 3 days for some mushroom toxins to finish destroying your liver, by which time there will be no way to save you.
       
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Elsey 1 week ago
Washington,
your right but this doesn't hold for mushrooms only. There are also few very toxic plants too (aconite -> do nozt even touch!)
       
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