Re: 8x4 table dimensions?
- From: "Roger Orsulak" <normorsulak@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 16:50:38 -0400
"Mail Man" <not.here@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Roger Orsulak" wrote:
Brought to you by the same people who define dimensional lumber (2x4s and
LOL! OK, now explain why, nowadays, the lumber 2x4 is really only 1-7/8 x
3-3/4!!! And, don't try to give us some lame excuse about engineers
determining that lumber production costs could be greatly shaved without
sacrificing any SIGNIFICANT load or sheer stability in building
... 8>]] . I want the "real" reason ... or the "virtual" reason ... or
BTW, I DID really like the way you described how to find the proper pool
table dimensions in respect to their verbal "nicknames."
Mike Collier <--- remembers REAL 2x4's -- still got a bunch from salvage
Oak Harbor, WA
Thanks Mike. I'm a man with a simple mind and, sadly, an engineer. Thus, I
need clear language for me to understand how to change a light bulb. So I
do my best, sometimes to catcalls of being too wordy, but I know no other
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