there I fixed it

repair,cars,funny,there I fixed it
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User VolcanoTX explains how he fixed his 1966 Ford Crown Vic: The front doors kept getting harder to open from the inside, and then the handle on the driver's side snapped in half. Took the doors apart to find the sheet metal was tearing on both doors. I bought some metal plates from the deck hardware section at Lowe's and some self-tapping sheet metal screws and the doors were as good as new, though I had to take a door handle from one of the rear doors.

computers,funny,there I fixed it,duct tape
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User Josephdalepi tells us how the Frankenputer came into existence: The Dell has a good screen and 3 USB ports with 27 ports extended off of them. The duct taped computer is an old one with a broken screen that he made into a desktop. The monitor is held in with a piece of wood superglued to bolts, and the power cords are all plugged into a single 3 prong extension that has the ground removed.

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