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Mr. Clueless, call waiting on line 210832.

 

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Sister Mary Elephant's failure???

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To be fair, there WAS a grindstone mounted on the RAS. :rolleyes:

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I wonder if they have a band saw?

 

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34 minutes ago, Fred W. Hargis Jr said:

Amazing......had he done any research at all, he would know that is actually a radio alarm saw.

Amazing. I thought my twin boys were the only ones who called it that.

That's been a source of some humor and fond memories for 30+ years.

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I have two like shown in the first picture except they have tables and blades

Apparently I've been using them incorrectly...who knew.

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Today's special......... a wood planer! :rolleyes:

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set of chisels...

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set of prybars/scratch awls...

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I got a box ov doughnut holes, can't show'm, dog playing wit'm. Also a sandin board i been usin fer 50 - 60 yrs, made it muself using pop bottle caps tacked on to a board. Works purty good.

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Ov course the top is tacked to tho board.

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WELL, I TRIED!!!!!!

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