|Forum topic by Roger Clark aka Rex||posted 871 days ago||1015 views||0 times favorited||33 replies|
871 days ago
Respect is something that we all like to get but unfortunately sometimes we get no respect.
A day in my life:
2 flies landed on my Miter Saw, one went beserk when he flew off the handle.
Injured my hand on the Table Saw last week, cut deep right between the 2nd (middle) finger and the 3rd. If I raise my hand now and say “Live long and prosper” I could pass as a Vulcan.
My wife complains about the sawdust I bring in the house, asks why I can’t leave it in the shop. !!!!!
My wife told everyone I was a WoodWorker, now I have all the neighbors wanting me to split logs for their fires.
My wife bragged that I could make and match any furniture pieces, now the neighbors in our project estate want me to make maching pieces to their Thrift Store and garage sale purchases.
My wife is a really bad cook, yesterday I replaced her flour with sawdust and the cake she baked tasted much better.
Coiled up my Band Saw blade for cleaning in a pizza tray and accidentally dropped one of those little blue pills in. The blade uncoiled itself and and I could not get it to recoil for 4 hours.
Posted a Political thread on LJs and got no replies, everyone had left.
You can always tell a Chinese tool, just hit it with a steel rod and it goes “Chink”
Electrician and his mate in the shop today fixing problem. Heard them say something about “a twisted pair” so I high tailed it outta there quick.
I first thought that Lumber Jocks was slow moving Scotsmen’s site.
LJs has over 32,000 members, but only 100 or so are visible.
Is a PM sent in the morning really an AM?
My wife joined LJs under the name of Lucy Lastic – her street name.
Asked a question on LJs about fixing a tight joint, responses told me to roll the paper with less pressure!
I really miss Rodney. Got any good one liners to post?
-- Roger-R, Republic of Texas. "Always look on the Bright Side of Life" - An eyeball to eyeball confrontation with a blind person is as complete waste of Time.