James R Albrecht
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The first step is to make a template of the curved seat. I downloaded a PDF printout of this curved seat at http://ia700209.us.archive.org/9/items/RibSeat/Rib.PDF. I've included a copy of the PDF below. The seat outline prints on four sheets of paper and can then be taped together on your wood. I used a 1/4" plywood scrap for making the template. Transfer the outline to the wood and cut it out on your bandsaw or with a jigsaw.
According to the newest theory of aging and memory , you can build your brain power through a process called "scaffolding." As we get older, some of our neural circuits don't work as well they used to. You probably know that painful little brain blip when you're trying to remember the name that goes with a person you haven't seen for a while or when you walk into a room and forgot why you went there. It feels like something just isn't clicking the way it should.
Last week, we published a chart-essay that illustrates the extreme inequality that has developed in the US economy over the past 30 years. The charts explain what the Wall Street protesters are angry about. They also explain why the protesters' message is resonating with the country at large. Here are the four key points: 1.
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Happiness is a direction, not a destination. -Unknown 2. Decide that you want it more than you are afraid of it. -Bill Cosby 3.
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