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Old 07-31-2017, 01:32 PM
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Odd items

This has nothing to do with cars, I don't think. I have some items that I don't know what they are or what they are used for.
One has the wheels on it, and it may be used in fishing rod construction? I have four of them.
The other is a half moon shape, with a very strong magnet. I have hundreds of these.
Any clues? Thanks Larry
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One is for your refrigerator door and one is for Carol to hang stuff on, like ear rings and other jewelry.

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Sadly this game show was cancelled. Maybe I am the only one who remembers it.

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Odd items

I found out what the one thing is for. I have four of them, and you place a fishing rod blank in the wheels that allow the blank to be turned while tying the eyelets onto the blank. BUT.........Carol saw Rogers answer and now has one in the bedroom with earrings on it. KIDDING.
As far as the magnets go, the refrigerator answer might just win the liars club debut in the Rainier Falcon club game.
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I found out what these magnets are...

Computer Hard Drive magnets.

Having seen the intense strength of these first-hand (or should I say "Larry's" hand) I grabbed a couple from him and will find something to do with them.
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Old 08-13-2017, 12:08 AM
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Where in the heck did you get that picture? I lost some blood over those things. Those are strong magnets and they bite hard. If anyone wants some, let me know. I have a bunch of them. Just be careful. Larry
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