I was recently having a meltdown while driving around a city, and I was trying to fix something.
I tried using a nail gun to pry the drill bit out of the drill, but it wasn’t going anywhere.
I had to try again, using a bit that had been stuck for a long time, but this time I could see the drill bits moving.
The bit was sticking.
I realized it had to be a problem with the drill itself, and my next thought was: Oh my god, the drill is the worst thing I’ve ever used in my life.
Then I realized that my old drill was also a bit stuck, and it was a much better solution.
I started making my own drill bit, and now I have one that’s made of titanium, and is able to break the bits in half in a few seconds.
Titanium drill bits come in all sizes and shapes.
I used a bit from a drill maker I trust, so I can’t comment on how they perform, but I have to say that the bit was the best bit I’ve used in the past 10 years.
I’ve had a lot of friends with titanium drill bits in their cars for years, and they’ve been great, reliable bits.
But now I want to be able to fix my own bit, because I don’t want to use the drill for everything, even though I know the drill isn’t the best thing in the world.
This article originally appeared on Wired.com.