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Old 04-27-2013, 01:07 PM   #21
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Default Relics of the past............

I went to the local net shop yesterday to purchase fiberglasa cloth and resin. At the counter is an egg beater hand drill, The guy said his father was a carpenter, he was asking $42.00 for this antique. It's in pristeen condition...................If you have the old door knobs, those are worth some money, and the old church keys.............
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what funny is i still use some of the old tools and they work fine. funny how some things never get old.
and especially with all this end of the world craze going on, odds are the preppers will rediscover something called HANDTOOLS and it will be a breakthru in technology.
of course theyll need to go on the net to learn how to use them or pay 19.95 for a manual on a hammer. lol.
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There are many things in life which must be dropped along the trail. The weight of carrying the past can some times slow your future.
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what funny is i still use some of the old tools and they work fine. funny how some things never get old.
and especially with all this end of the world craze going on, odds are the preppers will rediscover something called HANDTOOLS and it will be a breakthru in technology.
of course theyll need to go on the net to learn how to use them or pay 19.95 for a manual on a hammer. lol.
Yep. Lol

My dad and I have built countless amounts of horse fencing using hand saws, shovels, hole digger, brace and bit

That being said I've also used pto mounted auger chain saws, and air nailer. Much faster but no where near as satisfying.
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only if you know where youre going...........
too many people today are aimless, wasting everything as they travel......
only to arrive and realize theyve been duped....
and then scury back to find what they threw away.
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hey tom303.....5 oct's the new date. you coming?
5 Oct. is a long way off, but I will see what I can do................
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5 Oct. is a long way off, but I will see what I can do................
Yeah, it's a long way off. Better to block that weekend off now before anything else fills it up. I think it's going to be a very fun weekend and there will be a lot for me to learn. I'm so excited to be going.
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as we learned from the march meet winds'...people like to keep their calendars open to the last minute so something else can come up and cancel out the meet date.
if they really wanted it, theyd sign up now and bend everything else around whatever comes up.

and employees wonder why managers hate their jobs.

new mystery pic coming up soon. look for it!
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Lol... My phases are as follows..

What is this? Looks important, better keep it.

What in the hell is this? It's got metal and might be valuable as scrap... Better keep it.

Just what the hell is this thing?... I'll find some use for it... Better keep it.

What the **** is this **** still doing in my closet?! In fact, why is my closet cluttered with crap?! THROW EVERYTHING AWAY!!!!
The age old saying is "What you throw away this week, you'll need within a month" still hold true.
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No pics.........I picked up this cast iron engine on the side the road, looks like single stroke. has a zenith carb, points and condensor, horizontal 3/4'' tapered shaft.... The closet I could tell was early 9 hp briggs............It still runs.............Any of you old phartes know what I've got.............
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