I was wondering if anyone knew if it would be safe to use a doorwall as a table top, not the wood around the glass just the glass. I know it’s safety glass, but if it was supported up enough underneath. What say you my friends?
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I've lived in Laingsburg most of my life, accept for a 2 year stint in the Army in 70-72 where I was stationed in the Fulda Gap in Germany. That's about 1 Kil. from the east/west German border. It was a missile base and we were considered fodder as far as the Army was concerned. I got out 2 months early and went back to college which I was doing before I got drafted, twice actually. Once in the old draft in Sept. of 69, then I received orders not to report, that they were starting a new draft, and chances were good I would'nt have to go. Well my lucky number came up 85, so I was drafted in April of 70 and became a radioteletype operater/armored personal driver/mechanic. Go figure. I did'nt know one end of the old radios that they had there, let alone the hulking tank I had to drive. It was during Veitnam and I had very mixed feelings about the war as did many people at the time. However, as I arrived home in my dress greens there was a lot of negative attitudes being displayed towards me and the uniform which made me bitter for a long time. I did'nt want to go, but I did and I am proud of that fact to this day, I did my duty when called upon. I am proud of our men and women that serve today. It's a whole new ballgame for them. God Bless Them All. SEMPER FI
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