So my computer chair I was sitting in whose upper seat tilts way the h*ck back because there isn't anything from preventing it from doing so. Therefore, thinking I might try perhaps a couple pieces of cut paint stirrers, I also picked up some room color paint, a bristle brush, and spackle for filling nail holes. Tried to find the closest yellow paint there was, a tub o' margarine yellow color. Anyway, the paint stirrer lasted about a half hour then broke, so I thought, what if a piece of metal plate the same thickness and dimensions as the 5" piece of paint stirrer...? Walked back over to the hardware store and found some "mending plate" that was the correct size ($1.49). Returned home, attached the metal piece to the adjustable chair height screw, and now my computer chair sits just fine without tilting way back. Also took some time this evening before 10 PM filling the nail holes where my coax antenna cable had (unsuccessfully) been tacked up with coax clips in my room, but was scrapped because the position on the original wall had the best reception. Early tomorrow I hope to put some touch-up paint over the spackle (may not even need sanding, but will check) and try to feather the touch-up paint so as to blend with the room paint. These were my small household projects I found time to work with today. How about you folks, are you This Old House fans who also find home projects to do? Also, if perhaps you have any guitar RR&R you are spending time on, please add yours.