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MWTCA December 2016 "What's It" Project

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8 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

But technically John, you are from the "ice age" right? :rolleyes:^_^

this year's best SNORK!!!

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26 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

this year's best SNORK!!!

Cool. I'll clear a spot for the SNORK Award...heck just being nominated makes me feel unworthy.:lol:

 

Have to thank my doctor and pharmacist for providing me with the current medication blend allowing me to even think this one through!:rolleyes::D

 

New doctor...first time visit...think I'm gonna like him:P

 

Haven't got a clue what that little hammer thingy is though.

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Cool. I'll clear a spot for the SNORK Award...

make it a large spot...

 

Have to thank my doctor and pharmacist for providing me with the current medication blend allowing me to even think this one through!:rolleyes::D

New doctor...first time visit...think I'm gonna like him:P

he take new patients???

 

Haven't got a clue what that little hammer thingy is though.

me eother..

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1 minute ago, Stick486 said:

he take new patients???

Matter of fact, yes he is...downside you'd have to come down out of the mountains though...house calls went by the wayside long ago...

As I left exam room, he said "well hopefully won't need to see you again for six months" to which I replied...

"Hope you stick around longer than the last two doctors I've had..." He goes, "uuhh...me too" Guess we'll see...I don't think much of today's corporate medicine

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Solution to the Dr. shortage: Don't get sick. That worked for the first 70 years. Lately, not so much. Even worse, I knew what that thingie was but, I forgot. 

Careful now. I'm talking about the MWTCA thingie.

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Good GP's have become a scarce commodity Dave. I don't see any locally.  Seems like doctors are all becoming specialists today.

I always thought the little hammer was there in case you got violent. The knee tap was just a warning.

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15 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

 

Haven't got a clue what that little hammer thingy is though.

If you give me his phone number, I may be able to talk him into giving you a rap upside the head with it! :wacko:

John

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1 hour ago, HARO50 said:

If you give me his phone number, I may be able to talk him into giving you a rap upside the head with it! :wacko:

John

what do you have against the hammer???

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31 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

what do you have against the hammer???

Nothing, really...... you think Dave's head might damage it?

John

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3 hours ago, HARO50 said:

you think Dave's head might damage it?

worries me...

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23 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Haven't got a clue what that little hammer thingy is though.

While all the below my not be without some degree of merit, uuhh, I was referring to the contest hammer thingy...:unsure::wub:

13 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Solution to the Dr. shortage: Don't get sick. That worked for the first 70 years. Lately, not so much. Even worse, I knew what that thingie was but, I forgot. 

Careful now. I'm talking about the MWTCA thingie.

:blush:

8 hours ago, HARO50 said:

If you give me his phone number, I may be able to talk him into giving you a rap upside the head with it! :wacko:

John

6 hours ago, Stick486 said:

what do you have against the hammer???

:blink::wub:

:unsure:

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OOPS! I thought the "little hammer" referred to the doctor visit. :blush: My family doctor still threatens me with one now and then, but my diabetes specialist (endocrinologist?) now uses a tuning fork. FWIW, no part of me can carry a tune in a picnic basket! And the rap upside the head was just revenge for that "older than ice" comment. :P

John

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but which ice age...

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Just now, Stick486 said:

but which ice age...

Have to find a BIGGER hammer for YOU! :angry:

John

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The only thing this even remotely resembles is a weapon, but they seem to be more ornate,which leads me to believe it must be a tool instead. but strangely nothing comes close to it. It doesn't look homemade either , looks like it is factory manufactured. And if it is then it shouldn't be one off item should be a lot of them made. I have looked under meat hooks, ice tools, vintage,antique hammers ,coopers tools,floor laying tools,woodworking tools, blacksmithing tools,  Nothing.

Herb

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22 minutes ago, HARO50 said:

Have to find a BIGGER hammer for YOU! :angry:

John

my elbow and shoulder say no...

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5 hours ago, HARO50 said:

And the rap upside the head was just revenge for that "older than ice" comment.

Oh, I didn't mean to infer I didn't deserve that :rolleyes:...just wanted to clarify what "hammer thingy" was mentioned...:D

Not sure what is in my chart (all on a laptop now) that was passed along, but new doctor seemed to keep his distance from me and had something between me and him all during the visit...:ph34r:

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6 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

but new doctor seemed to keep his distance from me and had something between me and him all during the visit.

no worries unless the doc is wearing a Bio or HAZMAT suit.....

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12 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

no worries unless the doc is wearing a Bio or HAZMAT suit.....

Hmmm...take it you talked to my brother;):P

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I'm with Herb on this one. Looked everywhere with no success...coal mining, rock breaking, railroading, firefighting, everything! It looks like it is a very specialized tool, does one and only one thing. The flat sides appear to show little or no use...like one would see if it was used in pounding staples/nails/pins etc. The hooked ends combined with the worn "handle protector/strengtheners" ends seem to imply a rocking motion for pulling/prying something like rope/wire etc. And the metal pieces along side the handle appear to serve a dual purpose...strengthening of the wooden handle as well as providing protection against striking the handle on a hard object. I even thought of it being used in steel erection...something used to align rivet/bolt holes...or farm equipment pieces. Alas, nothing like it!!

Gary

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