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Last Thanksgiving we showed you how to cook a turkey using thermite. Now that summer is here (and somehow already coming to an end), it's time for something more BBQ-friendly. DIYer Ben Krasnow gathers his family and friends together for some nice beef kebabs. I'm not entirely sure about sticking glove-less hands near molten iron or ingesting something that's been touching said lava.

http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2011/08/thermite-bbq.html

http://thereifixedit.failblog.org/2010/11/25/white-trash-repairs-how-you-should-be-cooking-today/

http://benkrasnow.blogspot.com/

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Why do I get the feeling that at least one of those is stolen? ~Not-So-Handy Andy

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Yes, I know it's an ad but it's just too damn cool not to share. Sugru, hackers' favorite silicone-based hardening clay, has innumerable uses to enhance, repairs or improve your favorite... well, anything. Yesterday the company released this promotional video showing off what can be done when it's combined with the world's most popular building block. I have no idea what I would do with it, but I want a ton of the stuff.

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Lost contact lens, wrist watch screw or even a diamond? Don't worry, the vacuum cleaner will help!

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Meet the Little Printer. This adorable little guy from design firm BERG is a smartphone-controlled micro printer that can print anything from designs to receipts to to-do lists. It's scheduled for a 2012 release; no word yet on its price or what to do about ink or paper replacements.

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You're cordially invited to the pants party. Please bring a bathrobe and expensive champagne.

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