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I have to look a couple of times before I realized what the cylinders were. There was approx 10 running feet of non bearing wall along a staircase. Nice recycle but not real strong!

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This will really screwup the carbon dating in 2413.

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ya ya, but most were Ray o vac and couple were Everedy!

This was on a job that another company was doing. They were mitigating all the awful lead based paint in the entire house (house value = $10,000) for a mere $13,000. No mention of the pure lead in the concrete!

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I owned several dry cell batteries.....they operated my....umm.....the thing, ahhhh.....we played with them all the time, and they......hmmmmm.........I can't remember what I used 'em for.

We used to take #12 copper wire, coil it completely around a 16d nail, and hook both ends of the wire to the dry cell. Made a neat magnet.

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