1. Thou shalt not paint
2. Thou shalt do all thy can to ensure that thou leavethe the shop with the
same number of body parts in roughly the same place as you entered it.
3. Thou shalt extract dust as it is an abomination to thy lungs.
4. Thou shalt remove ties and loose clothing before operating machinery
5. Thou shalt sharpen thy tools and treat them with respect, for they are
wondrous in our eyes
6. Thou shalt measure twice and make assunder once for a cut once made is
impossible to unmake and wood that is too short is an abomination.
7. Thou shall unplug thy tools before changing any parts lest thy parts
8. Thou shalt use the right tool for the right job for that is the purpose
for which they are ordained.
9. Thou shalt oil thy table saw tops and other bare steel tools as rust is
an abomination in the shop
10. Thou shalt avoid borrowing tools but return promptly and in good repair
all those which thou has borrowed.
"Remember to keep holey the Sabbath"? ( i.e. do all your drilling and
wood boring on Sunday.)
"Thow shalt not commit adultery" (i.e. do not stain cherry).
"Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors SWMBO". (well, unless she's got
her own set of tools).
"Thou shalt not bear false witness." (i.e. no trolling, feeding
trolls, or cross-posting).
"Never eat anything bigger than your head" (this one's self
"When in doubt, do what the doubters do" (i.e. DAGS)
Try telling that to any of the women around here. Or to my father (chisels for
screwdrivers, screwdrivers for cold chisels, hammerdrill for wood -- I lock my
shop when I know he has a PROJECT).
Can I have a little bit of desert climate please? Amazingly the tools in my
woodshop don't seem to rust (much) but everything steel outside it ..... yeesh.
We seem to have >90% humidity 360 days in the year.
Please write that in red letters on a large board and nail it to my neighbour's
head, would you, pretty please?
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Renata (in email@example.com) said:
| On Sat, 24 Jun 2006 22:25:48 +1200, Peter Huebner
|| firstname.lastname@example.org says...
||| 8. Thou shalt use the right tool for the right job for that is
||| the purpose for which they are ordained.
|| Try telling that to any of the women around here.
| Around here!? As in the wreck? Or your abode?
ROFL - I think 'around here' you're more like 'one of us' - whether
you like/choose it or not.
DeSoto, Iowa USA
I just broke this one. Yesterday I finished a wooden plant dolly I
made and painted it with wood primer, then high-gloss white enamel. I
have not ever painted cherry wood, ever, as this is a mortal sin.
This is a good one. I hope everyone keeps safety in mind, always!
True. Protect your health. A healthy body means many more years of
I like short sleeves, and prefer crew cuts.
I need to learn to like sharpening more so I do more of it.
I learned this one the hard way. I'm sure most woodworkers do.
I abandoned the idea of hard-wiring anything. Plugs area good thing.
A good excuse to buy another tool!
I don't have this problem. I feel very fortunate to have an
air-conditioned shop. At one time I considered an old chicken coop
for a wood shop.
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