Probably worth offering to Stepney City Farm - decent bar stock for
the forge, or fencing material.
On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 11:50 PM, asc <ascd...
> Bin the rebar!
> 23:02 < asc> is rebar that commonly used?
> 23:03 <@aden> mostly as ammo for the air cannon
> 23:03 <@russss> they're road pins, for fencing
> 23:04 <@russss> we found out they were cheaper to buy than rent for
> 23:04 <@Akki14> are they that useful then? :/
> 23:04 <@russss> nope
> 23:04 <@Akki14> i mean, they're big, heavy, rusty...
> 23:04 <@Akki14> :(
> 23:04 <@russss> bin em
> 23:04 < asc> yes! bin em
> On Oct 4, 9:35 pm, Monty <monty...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Just a heads up that I've moved the rebar and metal tubing that was bundled
>> under the shelving units as they were a massive trip hazard. This stuff is
>> now in the metal stock bins. I was too tubby to be able to place the stuff
>> upright against the wall so it now lies on the floor. The rebar sticks out
>> a bit so I've placed a box to protect your shins from being ripped open
>> should you not notice the pointy bits (image:http://i.imgur.com/STdtg.jpg).
>> The metal tubing (image:http://i.imgur.com/NXUm0.jpg) looks very useful
>> but is now hidden under all the rebar.
Sam Kelly, http://www.eithin.co.uk/
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