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Tom Jackson thanked Ray Dart's answer

Firstly, you'll need patience (and be prepared to break a few bottles!) Then rough up the surface where you want to drill with emery paper. (Helps to stop the drill slipping when you start). Tape over the point where you want to drill also with masking tape - it will also help to stop the … Read more

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Tom Jackson answered Skip Gentry's question

When our youngest went to college in 2002, he wanted a "stick" shift.  We bought him a Ram truck with a manual transmission.

It was a new truck, and I insisted on regular maintenance.

It is now our back-up truck---incredibly relable even with almost 200,000 miles on it..

But I only use two … Read more

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Tom Jackson answered Yin And Yang's question

While personal strengths vary, if you find yourself as an adult lacking both, it is easier to develop will power than to develop self-esteem.

If you lack self esteem, you already have a low opinion of yourself---which makes it harder to value yourself appropriately.

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Tom Jackson answered Mountain Man's question

Hey, MM

Never had it long enough to be diagnosed, but I've had it occasionally when muscles impinge on the nerve in my butt.

Over the years I've been assigned various stretches due to plantar fasciitis and "tight" hips.

Stretches can usually eliminate my issues when they occur (and admittedly, occurrences are infrequent).

Here's … Read more

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Tom Jackson answered Darren Wolfgang's question


FROM THE INTERNET:

There are no live ingredients. For adults who are 65 and over and are otherwise healthy, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention currently recommend a one-time vaccination with the pneumonia shot and no booster shots. However, many doctors do give a second shot 5 to 10 years after theRead more

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Tom Jackson commented on Willie B. good's answer
@Saara McLanning Most members on here don't like questions and answers from anyone posting as "Anonymous"---especially when your real name shows up in your comments.