You're not just a Gnube !!!! Your our Gnube, and we'd all be lost without
you !!! The part about fools seldom differ is right, but fools have fun in
everything they do, so have fun and to hell with the difference. :-))
<snuggles down and feels nearly as useful as a doorstop>
I do hope you're not totally right about that, I was having fun
learning about a circular saw for the first time yesterday, and "to
hell with the difference" was a large part of what I was concerned
could go wrong! ;O) Differences are useful and I'd like to continue
having one! ;O)
Just as long as you have fun Gnube, when you're using the saw, and make
loverly and pleasurable things with it, then to hell with the difference.
But I see what you mean with the differences in make and model of saw
though. Still, to hell with this, I better get ready for work now. That's
what makes the difference. :-))
The question "what caused the stain" comes to mind. Is this block
anywhere near a chimney? I've seen a cottage liberally coated with
expensive stain covering paint only for the refurbished white to turn
magnolia after a few weeks.
The tar from a cracked chimney liner was doing it. Someone else had
told them it was a leaking roof. So they "fixed" that first. The thing
was after decades of burning wood, the walls were full of creosote.
That will bleed through everything.
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