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October 27, 2011


How to carve your Halloween pumpkin using power tools

(Thanks to The Perts)


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What exactly are you implying there, Dave?


I would quote Tim Allen here but I do not know how to spell that real man grunt he makes???

Oh, yes, a proper shop with good tools is very important.
I've used a rotary tool on a pumpkin but word to the wise: having a very good paint brush does not mean you're Michelangelo reborn.
Does anybody remember Homer and the bar-be-que pit?

Not a very good idea if your saving time.

OFG, I think it's "Arggg ARggg Arggg".

They should have ended the video with a close-up of the grinning pumpkin, Arggg Arggg Arggg!

Old geezer joke of the day:
What's the ratio of a pumpkin's circumference to its diameter?
Pumpkin Pi (3.1428571428571428571428571428571)

At least he's handy with the tools.

This method is still my favorite.

OBofB, good shot groups. I think using my 380 the pumpkin would have more than two eyes a a bit more lopsided grin. Hate to think what the shotgun would do.

Funny man, thanks, that sounds right.

Hikock is carving pumpkins again this year.

It's more sporting if you give the pumpkin a knife and a ten minute running head start.

What a great idea!

I've got a two ton milling machine just waiting to sink a tool into a pumpkin!

Whoo! Hoo!

Use the right tools for the job.

Shoot, I've got a nice sawzall and a hammer drill that'll do it right.

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