That is FUNNY! Thanks Ed, for the laugh.
I can't decide whether it a big, ugly caterpillar trying to injest a
funky-looking saber saw or one trying to do something obscene to it.
Can you imagine the laughs you'd get (aimed at you!) if you had one of
those on your bench. Or, worse, if you were on a job and pulled one out
of your toolbox -- you'd be buying afterwork beers for a long, long
Somebody _really_ should send that description to the manufacturer!
Ether there will be an _immediate_ product re-design, or they'll pick it up
as a marketing theme.
Maybe next they'll do a palm sander that looks like a flying turtle.
People could nickname it 'Mothra'.
Actually a pretty nice saw. Glad I got mine before the fixation with tennis
shoes struck the designers. It looks like the curvy, multi colored, imbedded
rubber look might be catching. My wife bought me a new stapler the other day
that looks like it was designed by Hitachi.
Yeah, I always thought that was a pretty ugly car. But it's an ugly-duckling,
didn't-grow-up-to-be-pretty, passive sort of ugly. You can just ignore it.
The Hitachi saw OTOH is a wild, screaming-in-your-face, look-at-me sort of ugly
that you can't ignore.
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You call that ugly? That's not ugly. THIS
In answer to the question "what kind of car should a person living in NYC
have" the editors of Road & Track once responded "A Citroen 2CV corrugated
van--it's small enough that you can sometimes find room to park it, the
suspension system can deal with NYC potholes, it doesn't use much gas, it
is so ugly that nobody would want to steal it, when it gets dents in it
nobody can tell, and with 18 horsepower you never have to worry about a
This is just the thing I need to scare the mouse out of the shop.
He's sure not afraid of me. A little while ago he popped under the
door, looked at me with a "You're *still* working on that?" look and
then scurried off again. A one eyed iguana eating a jig saw should do
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