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  • MattiJ
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    Originally posted by TGTool View Post

    Whoa, that's pretty impressive! Stringy chips are always an annoyance, but that's a whole new level.
    I’m told that strip mill buckling up at full speed is pretty amazing sight. Suddenly you have 60 feet high factory filled with wrinkled quarter inch thick strip from floor to roof.

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  • gellfex
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    Originally posted by lynnl View Post
    I had a humorous moment myself this morning, owing to a tendency to just quickly scan over written text.

    Received the latest HSM magazine yesterday, and this morning was reading a "Chips & Sparks" section entry from R.G. Sparber about making raised black lettering more visible by lightly sanding it.
    He said to prevent rusting he rubs the sanded areas with ear wax. .... WHAT!
    Upon closer reading it was car wax. Sorry R.G., my mistake.
    The best lubricant is the one you have with you. Back when 2 piece fishing rod ferrules were metal, I was told to lube it with nose grease before assembling.

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  • BCRider
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    Originally posted by MattiJ View Post
    How steel roof reinforcements are installed:
    https://pr0gramm.com/top/4387066
    I've never done any hard turning. But I friction drilled through some hard plates with a carbide masonry drill once. I thought those ribbons of red hot metal were impressive. That takes it to a whole other level.

    And Paul, I got a couple of chuckles and a smile at the puppies helping out too. Will be sharing them on to a couple of friends.

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  • TGTool
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    Originally posted by MattiJ View Post
    How steel roof reinforcements are installed:
    https://pr0gramm.com/top/4387066
    Whoa, that's pretty impressive! Stringy chips are always an annoyance, but that's a whole new level.

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  • MattiJ
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    How steel roof reinforcements are installed:
    https://pr0gramm.com/top/4387066

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  • lynnl
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    I had a humorous moment myself this morning, owing to a tendency to just quickly scan over written text.

    Received the latest HSM magazine yesterday, and this morning was reading a "Chips & Sparks" section entry from R.G. Sparber about making raised black lettering more visible by lightly sanding it.
    He said to prevent rusting he rubs the sanded areas with ear wax. .... WHAT!
    Upon closer reading it was car wax. Sorry R.G., my mistake.

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  • Dave C
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    Looks like dog in the center of the line is set to go a millisecond after his master cancels his "Sit and Stay" command. When that happens, the cat is either quick, or toast.
    Last edited by Dave C; 02-04-2021, 12:48 PM.

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  • Joel
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    One thread.

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  • Paul Alciatore
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    Glad they brought a smile or two.

    I had to copy and paste to get those here. I get more almost every day, but often don't have time to transfer them. But I will when I can. Should I do it here or start a new thread each time?

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  • sarge41
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    Thanks, Paul. Good, clean humor is precious these days. Much appreciated.

    Sarge41

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  • Shavings
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    Excellent! Made me chuckle...

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  • A.K. Boomer
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    Good stuff Paul thanks keep em coming when you get some more :-)

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  • brian Rupnow
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    Thanks Paul--This winter any humor is good humor.---Brian

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  • mattthemuppet
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    that made me laugh, especially the first one, thanks!

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  • Paul Alciatore
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    OT: Humor I Had To Share

    One of my high school classmates frequently posts humorous drawings. Here are a few that I particularly liked from today's post:

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    And the one where I could not stop laughing:

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    Hope you enjoyed them.
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