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Forum topic by Goatlocker posted 209 days ago 1075 views 0 times favorited 14 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Goatlocker

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209 days ago

Just saw this on the internet, all I can say is I am glad I am safer in the shop.

-- All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent - Thomas Jefferson


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FaTToaD

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#1 posted 208 days ago

Wow. I guess the biggest for me is the flip-flops. In my mind that thing falling on his toes is going to hurt a lot worse that the drill in the hand, but hey, that’s just me.

-- David

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REO

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#2 posted 208 days ago

I think he is driving screws not drilling holes.

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hoosier0311

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#3 posted 208 days ago

flip flops are an obvious no no, cant tell if he has glasses on or not, but it appears that when he drills through that piece his thumb may get a new vent hole.

-- I'm only deaf in one ear,,,,,I just can't hear out of the other one., Denny, Indiana implant, living in PA

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ChuckV

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#4 posted 208 days ago

On the positive side, at least his hair is not going to get caught in the spinning drill bit.

-- “That it will never come again / Is what makes life so sweet. ” ― Emily Dickinson

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GOOD LUCK TO ALL

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#5 posted 208 days ago

I don’t see any. His shop, His rules…

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#6 posted 208 days ago

From the looks of the picture, I’m sure he is used to getting dinged occasionally ;-))

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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Joseph Jossem

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#7 posted 208 days ago

looks fine you should see what I witness at other shops here.

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MalcolmLaurel

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#8 posted 207 days ago

From a guy who is usually seen in shorts and barefoot, I can’t say much… except that I know better than to drill into my hand and I have more hair… :)

-- Malcolm Laurel - http://MalcolmLaurel.com https://www.etsy.com/shop/MalcolmLaurel

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hobby1

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#9 posted 207 days ago

A worker screwing one board to some kind of casement, the screws probably are short enough to not come through the other side, the whole project is sitting on three sawhorses, boards are clamped in position to help keep alignment,, the whole project is not tipping over, the only thing would be he has flip flops on.

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Jokker78

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#10 posted 207 days ago

Hey who the hell took this picture of me and posted it here ?

-- Measure once, cut , measure again, cut and damn its still to short

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Goatlocker

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#11 posted 200 days ago

I would still go with hand placement and the flip flops. I understand that it is his shop and his rules, I was not trying to enforce a standard but more to say that it is not if you will get hurt but when.

-- All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent - Thomas Jefferson

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12strings

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#12 posted 200 days ago

Woodworking in flip-flops…Not me! I wear crocs! :-)

-- I'm strictly hand-tool only...unless the power tool is faster and easier!

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Glen Peterson

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#13 posted 200 days ago

I’m sure they are steel toed flip flops.
Cheers

-- Glen

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Glen Peterson

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#14 posted 200 days ago

I’m sure they are steel toed flip flops.
Cheers

-- Glen

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