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Sat, Aug 18, 2007, 2:58am (EDT+4) snipped-for-privacy@snet.net (EdwinPawlowski) doth sayeth: Reminds me of a meeting of the liars club. Each member got up and told an elaborate story, some taking 20 minutes to weave their tale. The last man up simply said "I have two grown children and a flashlight and they all work" No one could top that.
Both my sons work, one in heating and air, the other in refrigeration; neither's been in trouble with the law. Plus, I've got about 5 more of those $1 flashlights. So I must be doing reasonably well.
JOAT I do things I don't know how to do, so that I might learn how to do them. - Picasso
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(David Starr) doth sayeth: <snip> Us home hobbyshoppers don't always have to pay for professional grade stuff, we seldom use it hard enough to wear it out.
Yep, that's about my feelings too.
However. There's always a however. However, I only buy cheap small hand tools, pliers, wrenches, etc.. Because, being as I have two sons, I often only get one time usage out of them, then the tool(s) mysteriously vanish, and neither son knows anyting. So I only buy cheap hand tools. Example, they replaced my well pump for me, and needed a flashlight. I provided them a $1 flashlight (came with 2 batteries even). Yesterday found it in the drive, where it'd been run over by the younger son's truck. Sigh. The joys of parenthood.
I have a wife like that. I never need to look for secateurs in the garden, since every flower bed has one lying amongst the plants, where she has been pruning then her butterfly brain has decided to go do something else halfway through, or else the phone has rung and after she has answered it she has forgotten what she was doing. Makes birthday presents easy though. I just buy her a new pair of secateurs. "Darling, how did you know I had lost my secateurs?"
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