Wotzdisden


  1. Posts : 14,606
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       #1111

    nope x2
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  2. Posts : 5,105
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1
       #1112

    Strap-on Tractor seat ?
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       #1113

    nope !
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       #1114

    About what height is that wotzit, it looks small in the picture?
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       #1115

    i would guess its around two foot high, there are no measurements!
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    Win 7 Pro x64 / Win 10 Pro
       #1116

    Portable fishing stool
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       #1117

    nope bongo ,but the word stool is part of the answer
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  8. Posts : 9,582
    Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
       #1118

    A garden stool.

    Here's one in use:

    Wotzdisden-garden-stool.jpg
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    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #1119

    That is simply an improperly installed strap-on.
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  10. Posts : 14,606
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       #1120

    ok dwarf im going to give it to you ,its actually a milking stool and the spring acts as a shock absorber......


    My best find of the day was a strap-on, one leg milking stool...



    There was no price on this simple, functional old tool and I asked an older lady at the sale how much she wanted for it. She asked if I was an antique dealer. I said no. I told her I planned it use the stool—that I was going to strap it on my wife so she could sit down while picking beans in the garden.


    The woman said I could have it for two dollars. I didn't feel right paying two dollars. I gave her five.


    The stool was made in Holland. I asked how long ago it was last used. She said they used it back in the 1940’s when they were milking 17 cows. But then they got a milking machine and didn’t need the stool. Today the farm milks 85 cows.
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