Saw a new show on PBS called "Anything I can do" Hostess was a young woman
who seemed more interested in her lipstick and nails then wood work. Setting
was in a garage with car in place, tool bench was clear and tools in a pile
off to the side. She made a Cricket Bench on the show and made comments
while making it such as"don"t worry if the joints aren't tight it shows that
it was hand made" "Don't stand on your safety glasses, it makes them hard
to see through" and other like comments. Has any one else seen this show?
I haven't seen the program but by judging from her web site it's easy to
imagine the program being just as you say :-)
It's as if someone left her parked outside once or twice too often during
those long dark winters in the Arctic Provinces.
It has to be a bit off beat, after all, it produced by the same folks
that bring you the greatest show on TV.
If nothing else, she sure appears to be a hootie in a tool belt!!!
Sweet Sawdust wrote:
Family Handyman is so obsessed with being politically correct in the models
they use that I feel I'm looking at a benetton ad.
I'm waiting for the issue where a weight-challenged lesbian latino in a
wheelchair lays a new roof.
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