If you have any experience with tools, than you have experienced the "Black-Hole Effect." (Yes. I did make that name up. I think.)
The Black-Hole Effect is an interesting and mysterious phenomenon. It is the cause of all unmatched socks, missing pieces, and lost tools. It seems to select the tools that you most need for the project you are currently working on, and suck them into oblivion. This instructable will not tell how you to prevent that from happening, but, instead, tells you how to replace those tools that are lost to the yawning abyss of nothingness. That said, don't take this tutorial too seriously. Yes, it does contain useful information, but in the ideal situation you will still have all your tools, and will not have to use the following tricks. Enjoy!
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