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#1 posted 810 days ago

I kept my tool buying limited by not allowing myself to buy a tool until I had to borrow or rent it twice. After that I figured it was a tool worth having. It slowed my buying down, but after 30 years of woodworking I still have a shop full of tools!.

Another thought that keeps my buying limited is that once I buy a tool, I am stuck with it. If a better model or a lower price shows up later, I miss out.

-- Steve - Impatience is Expensive


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