On Mon, 08 Mar 2010 17:35:12 -0600, the infamous
Better yet, if you go drink a fifth of bourbon before using the saw,
you can sue both the distillery and the sawmaker, you wonderful guy!
Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate.
The only time it would make sense is if a safety feature failed due to
some defect. The saw in question didn't have the feature, so it couldn't
have failed. Since Ryobi probably didn't make any claims of having the
feature, the guy shouldn't have expected it to be there.
Never teach your apprentice everything you know.
The sport in that would get old in a hurry as there are so many of them.
And what do you do with the carcass? It would be so full of shit that
the meat would be useless. I'd like to see a bounty on them with the
carcasses rendered into oil. That should help solve 2 problems.
do like they did with wolves. you only have to turn in the ears.
they stopped using rendered whale oil a long time ago. what would you
propose we do with rendered lawyer oil? there's only so many swiss watches
On Wed, 10 Mar 2010 13:19:44 -0800, the infamous "Artemus"
Feed the meat to the less picky zoo animals, like buzzards and sharks.
They eat their own kind, so it's quite fitting.
You'd let a lawyer get between you and the woman you lust^H^H^Hove, IN
No, replace the imported oil with domestic lawyer oil. It's likely
light enough to replace neetsfoot oil, 3-in-1, agricultural, and
sewing oils. Make lawyers USEFUL for once in their meager lives.
There is no such thing as limits to growth, because there are no limits
to the human capacity for intelligence, imagination, and wonder.
-- Ronald Reagan
A bit too much in line with the original legal maneuvering and
machinations of the lawyer inventor. Color me cynical, but with that
name, and occupation as hardwood floor installer, odds are that this is
a carefully selected case, tried in a carefully selected venue, with the
plaintiff as a convenient 'victim of opportunity', by greedy lawyers on
contingency, and with more than just the stink of collusion of similar
Almost assuredly not ... most flooring cuts are done on a miter saw, and
for the next-to-wall rips, that type of saw is the choice of most
flooring sub contractors in these parts. AAMOF, I've not seen a fence on
a jobsite saw like that in years, and flooring crews normally don't even
use the stand.
When I'm doing flooring, I don't even bring the table/jobsite saw. I have a
mitre saw for crosses and angles and my trusty bosch sabre saw for rips.
Come to think of it, I use the bosch more and more for crosses as well. It
saves getting up and making a trip to the saw stand.
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