The cash is nice, but where the real satisfaction comes from is the
continuing challenges and the victories. I was going stale and
complacent. This bag of tricks has me sitting upright...a lot. A basic
day is a mix of feeling stupid and feeling pretty damn smug.
Life is good.
One of them there toysH^H^H^tools is highly recommended.
I'm happy for you, Rob ... down to the punchlist the last house on the
drawing board for the time being, and looking forward to becoming stale
and complacent ... for a short while! :)
BTW, got a countertop horror story for you on this one ... "recycled
gla$$" ... these guys think they are "artiste's", rather than craftsman,
and act accordingly. First time I've had to deal with a lawyer during
construction in years and about the only satisfaction I got was a
nose-to-nose, ten minute ass chewing performance, for all the good that
did ... and at my age.
The CNC cuts the shape, dados the groove for the backsplash. cuts the
hole for the waste-catcher, cuts the inlay, the v-groove of the
letters and sidesplashes all in one go, with 2 bits. 20 minutes each.
Assembly and adhesive set-up time about 1 hour. Trim & sand, 3 hours.
Excellent... without that ridiculous Starbucks price.
I just can't help myself.
Spaying?? I did not know that countertop material could reproduce. Know
something we don't? :-)
Besides, I don't think that Robatoy has the proper license for that sort of
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