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Old 02-23-2013, 10:01 PM   #1
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Roughly a square foot, 214 pieces, probably pretty easy but phun to put together.

And all through cutting I was reminded of my advanced age by humming:

Pepsi Cola hits the spot
Twelve full ounces, that's a lot.

--- (I forgot the third line) ---
Pepsi Cola is the drink for you!

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I like that, it brings back memories.

Look here for the ad.

pepsi cola hits the spot - YouTube
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Carter, I believe the 3rd line is "Twice as much for a nickel, too."

I just watched Dave's video, and I admit I've never heard that jingle before. Commercials (and animation, as your son will surely attest too) sure have come a long way over the years.

I really like the puzzle, and seperating out the pepsi bottle was a tricky and fun idea.
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Great puzzle Carter, as usual.
Is your Avatar different?
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Third line we used was "five minutes later you're on the pot" <grin>
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Terry, it's just a different photo of the same dog, Wendy, whom we adopted four years ago at age two with a lung infection, heartworm and pregnant. I've had a lot of dogs in my life, but Wendy is by far the friendliest I have ever known. She's not small, by the way. In good health now, she weighs just under 40: just right for playing and hugging.

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makes me want to get a Pepsi....love it.....great cutting..

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Carter, Great job! I hope reach your level of puzzle making some day. How long did it take to cut?

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Probably about four hours, Vinnie. I'm at the scroll saw only about 30 to 40 minutes per day. At that rate I turn out, on average, three full size puzzles, ten Christmas card puzzles and about a dozen stamp puzzles per month. My basement is getting crowded. If we ever move to a smaller place, which I'm sure we'll do someday, I'll have to rent a storage room just to hold the 22 big plastic bins that hold almost 600 puzzles.

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