Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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how it's made store

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"How It's Made," "How do they do it?," "Factory Made," and "Factory Floor" are programs that show the manufacturing process of all sorts of products. I would like to be able to purchase some of these products before they go through the entire process.

I just have a need to own a spoon blank and a half- finished aluminum bat. As I would be using the bat for a pencil holder, (It's short and squat before they jam it with a ram and make it into a bat) I could put the spoon blank in the bat on my desk.

nomocrow, Oct 18 2010

Ax-Man Surplus Stores (of St. Paul, MN and environs) http://www.ax-man.com/
You never know what you'll find there, but some stuff is exactly as you'd hope. [Jim Bob of Merriam Park, Oct 20 2010]

How It's Made - Hot Dogs http://www.youtube....watch?v=UhwXPsTaRgc
a fascinating account [Percy_Bollard, Oct 26 2010]

How it's made - sausage http://en.wikiquote...i/John_Godfrey_Saxe
I always thought it was Bismark [mouseposture, Oct 26 2010]

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       //Thereby saving money and being able to enjoy shoddy workmanship.//   

       That's good enough for my bun. [+]
Boomershine, Oct 19 2010
  

       I envision this being a section of a Discovery gift shop at the end of a tour of Discovery headquarters or something. I get a vary gift-shoppey tourist-attractiony type vibe off this anyway.   

       A big bun for slightly increasing the probability of me acquiring a spoon blank.   

       You could always buy a Sebring. They're about half-designed.
RayfordSteele, Oct 20 2010
  

       // it could be called the half-made warehouse //   

       Or, dare one say it, the Halfbakery?
BunsenHoneydew, Oct 24 2010
  

       <Francis Urquhart>   

       ""You might say that; I couldn't possibly comment."   

       </Francis Urquhart>   

       [+] for the idea, [++] if there is a Militaria section ..
8th of 7, Oct 24 2010
  

       [link] choose your products wisely
Percy_Bollard, Oct 26 2010
  
      
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