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3 hours ago, OneBoot said:


It may very well have changed in the intervening months, but I know there was originally no plan to have any sort of inside to the thing (i.e. all pretty much one solid piece other than the legs).


Can anyone who has theirs confirm? Does it looks like there's a seam under the roof, or is it solid? 



--OneBoot :D 


It looks and feels very solid.


2 hours ago, Maredudd said:

Chicken Hut sounds like a fast-food chicken place . . . 


In Soviet Russia fast food place eat you!


1 hour ago, Doug Sundseth said:


I'm pretty sure I saw glue around the join in several photos.


Yeah there's glue involved. I haven't put much thought into it yet but I am getting those legs off somehow. The boiling and cooling method might be my first try. Especially if I can do it like how I sometimes unstick metal bolts and pipes, ie heat the outside(house) faster than the inside(legs). The plastic is hard enough and thick enough I'm not sure I want to cut it with the tool sI have. The saw Glitterwolf showed might be the best option. I don't have one, a sharp knife would take forever and speaking from experience might get stuck part way through, the tablesaw takes too big a bite and I'm not sure the bandsaw won't do more damage than I want. 

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1 minute ago, Chris Palmer said:




So the tracker is working!!!


Sort of - orders remaining  = 0 right now, but it IS showing how many they're getting out, and destination city for the last one.


And I just went back to look and now it IS showing orders remaining!

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2 minutes ago, Mckenna35 said:
3 minutes ago, Chris Palmer said:




So the tracker is working!!!


Sort of - orders remaining  = 0 right now, but it IS showing how many they're getting out, and destination city for the last one.



I'm showing 15851 orders remain...


(Edit: Dang it again!  Once more Ninja'd, and twice over!  I must go return to ninja training now, as my skills are rusty. :ph34r:)



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4 minutes ago, terminalmancer said:

The shipping tracker is moving!


I think it forgot how many orders it had, but it's moving!

apparently all it took was you admitting that you broke it...:lol:

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1 minute ago, kristof65 said:
7 minutes ago, terminalmancer said:

You'd think once Bryan left his code would be safe but no, I keep finding new ways to break it even after he's gone...

Are you sure it was you, and not @Crowley poking it with his stick? :devil:


Crowley pokes things. He's productive. I just find new ways to break 'em. 

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