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Woodworker Makes 7-Variety Nut Bar for Visiting Squirrels

Sure you can just toss up some birdseed or even, if you'r feeling generous, some nuts for the neighborhood squirrels (a species that one exterminator described to me as "rats with good PR").

But Duke Harmon, a master woodworker, went much, much further. He built an elegantly refined bar that offers squirrels the opportunity to taste a vast variety of nuts in the most sought-after vintages. While enjoying the cultured and sophisticated ambiance, squirrels can try cashews, peanuts, pecans, sunflower seeds, walnuts, pistachios, and almonds.

I watch a lot of build videos in this job. Most are, to be blunt, painful to watch, even when the resulting work is beautiful. But Harmon is genuinely entertaining and a great video editor.

-via Technabob

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I feel your anger and I understand, I say cut the DIY video down to an even 10 mins much beyond that ?
what really bugs me with some of these DIY videos, is the blathering commentary about both the inspiration and other extremely long parts lists and whar to find it all
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I get unreasonably angry when I see one over half an hour long. I can appreciate detailed, step-by-step instructions, but if a maker is trying to show off his work, he should also make a video that's two minutes long.
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