Oh, my uncle, no. Itt (not Thing -- Thing is a _hand_ tool)
is closer to a Morticia-er, although they don't talk much
about _that_ granddaughter, the white sheep of the family;
after all, Wednesday's child 'has far to go'.
Pumping water at 40,000 psig with abrasives added into the mix can't
possibly be a low maintenance proposition. Some of those pump are 150
Also, the wood would get wet, as opposed to burn and smoke/stink like
it does with lasers.
I'll just stay with rotary cutters. Maybe do an aggregate head one
day, those make a lot of sense.
On Fri, 22 Jan 2010 08:50:11 -0800 (PST), the infamous Luigi Zanasi
But where would you put it in your camper? Would it displace Marilyn?
Where the hell are you now? I haven't followed the PUD since you made
it to la playa. Ah reckon I'll have to go see, huh? Awwww, isn't
that cute? The pic of you hanging by your tail with the cookie in
your hand is just darling. You're considerably more furry and
animated than I remember from Thanksgiving, though.
Looks like a fun trip, and you're going to continue it, eh? Cool.
Not telling your housesitter that you had a snowblower was a bummer,
but heading into summer at the Equator and beyond would have kept that
thought from your mind, I'm sure.
P.S: Don't be dissin' de Prez of Mex while in Mexico, eh?
We either make ourselves happy or miserable.
The amount of work is the same.
-Carlos Castaneda, mystic and author (1925-1998)
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