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MWTCA September 2017 "What's It" Project

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The September What's It has hit a little snag. Please check back, we should have September up and running soon.

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We are still working on this folks, apparently MWTCA has a glitch on their new website. We are unable at this time to receive any What's It images. I have contacted them, and they are working on the issue.

 

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Well w/o pictures, my first guess is it's one off those things that they used to use to perform tasks similar to what we use something else for today...but I'm just swagging it on this one.:rolleyes:

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I can always count on you all can't I?:)

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44 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

I saw on just like it a while ago.  I even took a picture of it.

 

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I'm positive my granddad had one like that. He kept losing it, though.

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38 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

 

You're lucky we don't have something better to do.:P

 

oh the trials and tribulations of retirement...

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3 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

I'm positive my granddad had one like that. He kept losing it, though.

He must have kept finding it as well......

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5 hours ago, HandyDan said:

I saw on just like it a while ago.  I even took a picture of it.

 

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After carefully studying this picture, I realized I have several of these stashed away...

Now where did I put them????

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I can easily identify this. It's something I don't have much of in my shop. It's called "Open Space".:D

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2 hours ago, It Was Al B said:

I can easily identify this. It's something I don't have much of in my shop. It's called "Open Space".:D

 

I keep mine in my head.  Helps build memory.

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3 hours ago, HandyDan said:

 

I keep mine in my head.  Helps build memory.

 

leaves lots of room for more of 'em..

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