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Workbench Stool (Part 7 /9)

This is the best that I can do with the tools that I have.


Q&A:

shyguy asked My chart says I’m a depraved, weak, lazy loser. Is it true?

True North Node 26°44′ Virgo, in House XI
North Node

Interpretation of the 26° Virgo symbolic degree
“In his workshop, a disheartened carpenter stands idle whereas his employee cheerfully pulls the workbench cluttered with badly maintained tools.”

Clumsy, incompetent, and lazy character. One is handicapped by a lack of skills, and above all, by the certainty that wealth can be achieved without effort. Passivity may encourage people who are more active and hard-working to grasp all the good opportunities. However, the courageous employee of the image also stands for the person influenced by this degree. All it takes to become successful is to pull oneself together, get proper training and start practicing, straight away.

and this one:

True Lilith 13°29′ Я Leo, in House IX

Interpretation of the 13° Leo symbolic degree
“A man stares helplessly at a broken wheel half-covered with weeds while his horse grazes quietly.”

Unambitious, lazy, and fatalistic character. One contents oneself with what is readily available instead of striving to develop one’s intelligence and enhance one’s skills. One always chooses the easy way out, and therefore, one is looked down upon by one’s entourage. Although one is born a rich person, since one is not interested in increasing the inherited wealth, life is most likely to end is poverty, in the image of the weedy wheel.

Chiron 9°15′ Я Taurus, in House VI

Interpretation of the 9° Taurus symbolic degree
“While an ox sleeps under the sun, two birds perch on its back. Two cheerful women play with a dog, near a snake.”

Superficial, materialistic, and lazy character. Happiness is found in the fulfilment of physical and sensual needs, but self-leniency and excesses of all sorts bring about many a trouble. This degree warns against financial losses related to simultaneous romantic relationships, or bigamy. There is also the possibility that one marries a sibling of one’s spouse.

Jupiter 2°15′ Leo, in House IX

Interpretation of the 2° Leo symbolic degree
“A sad-looking man is seated on a stool in front of a light which is obscured by a black cloud.”

Depraved and thoughtless character. One displays loose morals in both private and business matters. If the natal chart shows strong probity, then this degree indicates that faith is tremendously helpful in overcoming ordeals caused by twists of fate.

Midheaven 21°51′ Leo

Interpretation of the 21° Leo symbolic degree
“A sparrow hawk glides above a nest of fledglings. In the nearby thatched cottage, an ailing man lies in bed.”

Naive, indecisive, and weak character. Dangers and deceits crop up since childhood. They come from outsiders but also from the family circle. One tends to seek help from the very people who are envious and willing to harm. It is strongly recommended not to trust anyone, and never to talk about one’s successes, even with family members, because some relatives covet the assets of the person born under the influence of this degree. Should the natal chart concur, a sudden disease such as meningitis may affect the head.

I was just getting into this stuff, and now I feel bad. Is there really no hope for me?

And got the following answer:

There is no such thing as “no hope”. Even astrology shows you change. Check your progression chart on astro.com
or
Just add 1 day to each year you’ve been alive, keep the time and year the same.
Input your new birthdate into any astrology site and see your new progression chart.

Jessica asked Making a Home Workroom/Workbench?

This weekend, I’ll be cleaning up my parents’ garage in turning it into a gym/workroom. The gym part is easy. I need suggestions on the workroom/ workbench part for my stepdad. Since they’ll be away this weekend, this is a good opportunity to surprise them. I have a large white plastic table. It’s about 6′ long and very sturdy. I’ll probably use that as a workbench. I am probably going to buy those large plastic shelves (on castors) to put under the table to store tools, bolts, nuts, etc. Anyone have suggestions on some inexpensive things to add to it? Shelves or anything?

And got the following answer:

Hi Jessica,
You need to consider adding a lighting source , a tall swivel stool to sit and work at the table.And perhaps a rubber cushion Floor Mat. Best of Luck!

cyclops_49304 asked What are some good gift ideas for my Dad?

And got the following answer:

Does your dad like tools? There are some neat ones that don’t cost an arm and leg. Think of what he uses(in house and garage) and what he could use. I don’t know how much money you have to spend, but you also can get a special stool so he can sit at his workbench, if he has one.
My husband also likes bath salts(some are made just for men) and soaps,etc.
Does he need anything for his car? Sometimes they have gallon buckets made up with all kinds of car care things in it. Or you could do that on your own.
Hope this helps a little anyway.

cyclops_49304 asked What are some good gift ideas for my Dad?

And got the following answer:

Does your dad like tools? There are some neat ones that don’t cost an arm and leg. Think of what he uses(in house and garage) and what he could use. I don’t know how much money you have to spend, but you also can get a special stool so he can sit at his workbench, if he has one.
My husband also likes bath salts(some are made just for men) and soaps,etc.
Does he need anything for his car? Sometimes they have gallon buckets made up with all kinds of car care things in it. Or you could do that on your own.
Hope this helps a little anyway.

Sarah T asked Help ME!!!!?

Im having really bad mood swings right now!!! What the heck do I do??? Going crazy here? somebody talk to me!!!! …………………….
anybody???????? someone just talk to me make a convo…. e-mail me or something………[email protected]
[email protected]
im by myself…….. me and the kitties…… and the loose hamster… kitties…….
how do you know when your crazy???
and thus is judgment!!!

And got the following answer:

Read this story. It’s kind’a sappy.. sorry about that.

The Wemmicks were small wooden people. Each of the wooden people was carved by a woodworker named Eli. His workshop sat on a hill overlooking their village. Every Wemmick was different. Some had bushy hair, some had big hands with long fingers, others had large eyes. Some were tall and others were short. Some wore hats, others wore coats. But all were made by the same carver and all lived in the village.

And all day, every day, the Wemmicks did the same thing: They gave each other stickers. Each Wemmick had a box of golden star stickers and a box of gray dot stickers. Up and down the streets all over the city, people could be seen sticking stars or dots on one another.

The pretty ones, those with smooth wood and fine paint, always got stars. But if the wood was rough or the paint chipped, the Wemmicks gave dots. The talented ones got stars, too. Some could lift big sticks high above their heads or jump over tall boxes. Still others knew big words or could sing very pretty songs. Everyone gave them stars.

Some Wemmicks had stars all over them! Every time they got a star it made them feel so good that they did something else and got another star. Others, though, could do little. They got dots.

Freddy was one of these. He tried to jump high like the others, but he always fell. And when he fell, the others would gather around and give him dots. Sometimes when he fell, it would scar his wood, so the people would give him more dots. He would try to explain why he fell and say something silly, and the Wemmicks would give him more dots.

After a while he had so many dots that he didn’t want to go outside. He was afraid he would do something dumb such as forget his hat or step in the water, and then people would give him another dot. In fact, he had so many gray dots that some people would come up and give him one without reason.

“He deserves lots of dots,” the wooden people would agree with one another.

“He’s not a good wooden person.”

After a while Freddy believed them. “I’m not a good Wemmick,” he would say. The few times he went outside, he hung around other Wemmicks who had a lot of dots. He felt better around them.

One day he met a Wemmick who was unlike any he’d ever met. She had no dots or stars. She was just wooden. Her name was Cathy.

It wasn’t that people didn’t try to give her stickers; it’s just that the stickers didn’t stick. Some admired Cathy for having no dots, so they would run up and give her a star. But it would fall off. Some would look down on her for having no stars, so they would give her a dot. But it wouldn’t stay either.

‘That’s the way I want to be,’thought Freddy. ‘I don’t want anyone’s marks.’ So he asked the stickerless Wemmick how she did it.

“It’s easy,” Cathy replied. “every day I go see Eli.”

“Eli?”

“Yes, Eli. The woodcarver. I sit in the workshop with him.”

“Why?”

“Why don’t you find out for yourself? Go up the hill. He’s there. “

And with that the Wemmick with no marks turned and skipped away.

“But he won’t want to see me!” Freddy cried out.

Cathy didn’t hear. So Freddy went home. He sat near a window and watched the wooden people as they scurried around giving each other stars and dots.

“It’s not right,” he muttered to himself. And he resolved to go see Eli.

He walked up the narrow path to the top of the hill and stepped into the big shop. His wooden eyes widened at the size of everything. The stool was as tall as he was. He had to stretch on his tiptoes to see the top of the workbench. A hammer was as long as his arm. Freddy swallowed hard.

“I’m not staying here!” and he turned to leave. Then he heard his name.

“Freddy?” The voice was deep and strong.

Freddy stopped.

“Freddy! How good to see you. Come and let me have a look at you.”

Freddy turned slowly and looked at the large bearded craftsman.

“You know my name?” the little Wemmick asked.

“Of course I do. I made you.”

Eli stooped down and picked Freddy up and set him on the bench. “Hmm, ” he spoke thoughtfully as he inspected the gray circles. “Looks like you’ve been given some bad marks.”

“I didn’t mean to, Eli. I really tried hard.”

“Oh, you don’t have to defend yourself to me. I don’t care what the other Wemmicks think.”

“You don’t?”

“No, and you shouldn’t either. Who are they to give stars or dots? They’re Wemmicks just like you. What they think doesn’t matter, Freddy. All that matters is what I think. And I think you are pretty special.”

Freddy laughed. “Me, special? Why? I can’t walk fast. I can’t jump. My paint is peeling. Why do I matter to you?”

Eli looked at Freddy, put his hands on those small wooden shoulders, and spoke very slowly. “Because you’re mine. I created you. I love you. I care about you. That’s why you matter to me.”

Freddy had never had anyone look at him like this–much less his maker. He didn’t know what to say.

“Every day I’ve been hoping you’d come,” Eli explained.

“I came because I met someone who had no marks.”

“I know. She told me about you.”

“Why don’t the stickers stay on her?”

“Because she has decided that what I think is more important than what they think. The stickers only stick if you let them.”

“What! cried Freddy.”

“The stickers only stick if they matter to you. The more you trust my love, the less you care about the stickers.”

“I’m not sure I understand.”

“You will, but it will take time. You’ve got a lot of marks. For now, just come to see me every day and let me remind you how much I love you and care about you.”

Eli lifted Freddy off the bench and set him on the ground.

“Remember,” Eli said as the Wemmick walked out the door. “You are special because I made you. And I don’t make mistakes.”

Freddy didn’t stop, but deep in his heart he thought, “I think he really, really means it. And when he did, a dot fell to the ground.

Joe asked Which skyrim enchantments should i use?

On aragorn legolas and saurons armor the one ring and my personal daedric armor I play two handed swords or one sword one magic Xbox 360 I’m level 81 and I use crossbows and bows sometimes use master spells all shouts

And got the following answer:

I don’t understand the LOTR references

However, if you find and break any of the following the are useful; though it begs the question “how did you make it to 81st Level and not know this…OOps I know” Glitches don’t teach you much.

SMITHING
Have all 3: smithing alchemy and enchanting Lv 100.
5/5 in enchanter and extra effect (following the path of the corpus enchanter).
5/5 in alchemist and up to benefactor.

Now if you are ready follow this:
1) Start by crafting a full set of gear with the Fortify Alchemy enchantment. With four items (Helmet, Bracers, Ring, Amulet), each boosting your Alchemy skill by 25% for a full 100% Alchemy skill bonus.

2) Craft fortify enchanting potions with that gear on. Now, use these new potions to craft another set of Fortify Alchemy Gear, improving the gear slightly, boosting from a 25% bonus to a 28% bonus.

3) With this new set of gear with Fortify Alchemy enchantments, make another set of Fortify Enchantment potions, increasing their effectiveness from 28% to 32%. These are the best possible Fortify Enchantment potions possible in Skyrim so dont waste time making more.

4)Using the potions create another set of equipment with two enchantments. Fortify Alchemy and Fortify Smithing. You should end up with a total 116% bonus to Alchemy and Smithing, with an individual 29% bonus for each piece of equipment.

5) Use your new gear to craft yet another set of potions — this time, create Fortify Smithing potions. This property is found in Blisterwort, Glowing Mushroom, Sabre Cat Tooth, and Spriggan Sap. Giving you a potion of about 130% bonus to your Smithing skill.

6 )Now, use your Fortify Enchanting potions to enchant your bow and probably your whole equipment. Follow that by equipping your Fortify Smithing and Fortify Alchemy equipment — all four parts. Chug your Fortify Smithing potion, too. Now you’re ready to fully enhance your enchanted equipment at a workbench or grindstone.

ENCHANTING
Enchanting and the Power of the Item you create is based on your Skill Level and the Soul gem used
-Best Soul Gems
–Azuras Star can be used over anover again never burns up during enchanting
–Black Soul Gems
–Grand Soul Gems

How to raise your enchantment score
1. Disenchant everything yo find especially at lower levels because once you know it you can keep and or use items found later with more powerful enchantments — This also raises you enchantment score
2. Recharge weapons/staves with soul gems — This also raises your enchantment score
3. Enchant everything you find (I always smith everything first, enchant second then sell)

IMPORTANT NOTE(s):
1. Always buy petty soul gems to capture souls.
2. The first “Soul Trap” weapon you find disenchant it then enchant you primary and secondary weapon with soul trap.
3. If you are a mage get the spell “Soul Trap”and cast it before you kill any creature.
4. If your playing a “Evil” character “Kill everything you see; elk, wolves, rabbits” if you are a “Good” character “kill those who are trying to kill you; bandits, draugr, vampires”

ALCHEMY
Fortify Smithing
-Blisterwort/Glowing Mushroom’s

Fortify Enchanting; use Alchemy and any other the following ingredients;
-Moth Wing
-Blue Butterfly Wing
-Chaurus Hunter Antennae
-Hagraven Claw
-Snowberries
-Spriggan Sap

Restore Health
-Blisterwort
-Wheat
-Blue Mountain Flower
-Imp stool

emmy.e. asked Does anybody have suggestions for quiet (apartment friendly) tools to setup a DIY workshop?

I would like to set up a workshop/Art Room/(basic creative space)in my apartment. I’d appreciate any advice on wood-working tools for building frames of all sizes for various things, headboards, shadowboxes, stools, chests, etc. Any suggestion for tools that will work for these relatively basic as well as eventually more challenging projects would be greatly appreciated. I could use advice on setup and what tools won’t cause my neighbors to complain…
*quietest options for: nail-gun and/or air compressors,
*shop-vac friendly saws and or workbench tables to minimize dust from wood and PVC pipe cuts
*small scale, relatively speaking (I’m not a heavy lifter)

?????

And got the following answer:

Not many power tools are apartment friendly – let me rephrase, they aren’t neighbor friendly living in an apartment situation.
A good old miter box and hand saw are great for making cuts if you are talking about just some fun projects every so often.
Black and Decker makes a nice little system with attachments for their drill. It has a small router attachment, palm sander, small circular saw, a jig saw and maybe one or two other attachments. It actually looks like quite the nice little set up if you want to do a few little projects. The drill is a 20v li ion battery so should get the job done for small projects. I saw the drill at Walmart for $65, with the dril head and a sander attachment, and the other attachments were $29 a piece. Sounds like this might be a good option for you.
As for shop vacs….again, not real quiet, but I have a 5 gallon Shop Vac, 5.5 hp peak I use inside the house to suction out vents etc. where a weak house vac doesn’t cut it. It’s fairly quiet, as far as vacuums go. It’s not TOO annoying.

emmy.e. asked Does anybody have suggestions for quiet (apartment friendly) tools to setup a DIY workshop?

I would like to set up a workshop/Art Room/(basic creative space)in my apartment. I’d appreciate any advice on wood-working tools for building frames of all sizes for various things, headboards, shadowboxes, stools, chests, etc. Any suggestion for tools that will work for these relatively basic as well as eventually more challenging projects would be greatly appreciated. I could use advice on setup and what tools won’t cause my neighbors to complain…
*quietest options for: nail-gun and/or air compressors,
*shop-vac friendly saws and or workbench tables to minimize dust from wood and PVC pipe cuts
*small scale, relatively speaking (I’m not a heavy lifter)

?????

And got the following answer:

Not many power tools are apartment friendly – let me rephrase, they aren’t neighbor friendly living in an apartment situation.
A good old miter box and hand saw are great for making cuts if you are talking about just some fun projects every so often.
Black and Decker makes a nice little system with attachments for their drill. It has a small router attachment, palm sander, small circular saw, a jig saw and maybe one or two other attachments. It actually looks like quite the nice little set up if you want to do a few little projects. The drill is a 20v li ion battery so should get the job done for small projects. I saw the drill at Walmart for $65, with the dril head and a sander attachment, and the other attachments were $29 a piece. Sounds like this might be a good option for you.
As for shop vacs….again, not real quiet, but I have a 5 gallon Shop Vac, 5.5 hp peak I use inside the house to suction out vents etc. where a weak house vac doesn’t cut it. It’s fairly quiet, as far as vacuums go. It’s not TOO annoying.