and they still has carbon sticking to them. These are large pieces. I kept making them bigger and bigger and then started to embellish with girders and rivets and drilling holes in them. I'll polish them up tomorrow.
We need to buy a TV tomorrow. The one we currently have is a tube TV. It's about 10 years old. At the time we bought it, the flat panels were just coming out but were unaffordable. So our Sony decides when it wants to turn on. Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't. It will cost about $300 to repair which is way more than I want to put into an old TV when the technology has moved on. Now I have to figure out how to dispose of it. It weighs about 200 lbs and I want to find a place that will recyle it rather than put it on the tree lawn for the garbage men to pick up.
If anyone knows how to recycle let me know.