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    49 Minutes Ago
    Bit arrived. Sooooooo. I feel better I think. Payday tomorrow. Looks like the box it was in had been sitting a while. Just covered in dust :lol:
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    53 Minutes Ago
    Man, that would test my nerves. Most the time here, in our small town, they will let me slide on stuff like that. I get told, get to NAPA or the shop and fix it.
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    5 Hours Ago
    You've got a twisted tree there. Look at how the fibers run in your hinge. That was what made the hinge fail. I couldn't tell that twist from the bark, it was really well hidden.
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    5 Hours Ago
    Me no understand! If they are not being harvested for timber, but left to rot, why not simply fell them? I guess that park must have plenty of money. Reg, your work is , as usual, a delight to observe, I just can't figure why they'd pay you to do that. But then the Danish forestry saervice just paid me to top a bunch of "hazard" trees that could just as well have been felled. Go figure.
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    6 Hours Ago
    stig replied to a thread Cold starting loader in Gear Forum
    I've had 1 Citroen 2CV and 4 Citroen Meharis plus 1 Renault 4 and a Renault 5. Like Jay Leno says: " Germany was the birth place of the automobile, but France was the nursery"
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    7 Hours Ago
    stig replied to a thread Woodworking in The Rec Room
    Radius scraper would be my name for it. So you basically scraped the inside of the bowl. That can be done, but using an U or V type deep fluted bowl gouge works so much better. I have an extra one to spare. PM me and I'll send it to you. ( I'll knock the handle off first, no sense in paying postage for something you can easily make yourself.) Alternatively, look at this page: http://thompsonlathetools.com/ Best tools one can get today. And, lo and behold, made in the US of A. No shit, Bob. Those are way better than anything else you can buy.
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    7 Hours Ago
    stig replied to a thread Monkey Beaver Saddle in Gear Forum
    For that kind of work, you should really go SRT. I've just been doing two days of knocking the tops out of hazard trees for the forest service. SRT makes it so easy. Set a line, run up the tree with spurs, or if it is a long way up, Do a SRT ascent. Cut the top off and descend down.
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    7 Hours Ago
    stig replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    It would be in Danish. That is what often messes me up. The different rules about punctuation in those two languages. Goes both ways, I sometimes mess up in Danish, because I'm thinking in Amerrican. Deutsch ist so viel einfacher!
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    7 Hours Ago
    Tell that to my right foot! Actually, my fellow Danes seem to be waking up a bit and joining me in my cultural insensitivity. We've just revoked the Danish citicenships from two arab guys who were born here, but decided to go down and fight for ISIS. Once theyve done their time in prison for " Giving aid and comfort to the enemy" ( That was a joke!) They will be kicked out of Denmark. Honestly, I never thought they'd get around to it. Made me one super happy little insensitive culturalist.:D
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    7 Hours Ago
    stig replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Being a stupid foreigner, I can probably get away with it. So; yes!
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    7 Hours Ago
    That is one thing I'm good at. Being culturally insensitive. Just read an article yesterday about how it is going in Germany with their " Wir schaffen es" attitude towards all the wonderful African/ arab immigrants. Well, they expected to have most of them in jobs real fast. Turns out that those with a higher education and a workable command of English, that they expected would fit right into the work place, didn't do so well. Only about 5% are in jobs. Apparently, having to show up every morning and put in 8 hours was too much for them. Those who had to learn German in order to get a job aren't doing too good, either. Turns out, learning German is REALLY, REALLY hard, especially when you can collect your " Oh, poor you, being a refugee/ migrant" check every month whether you learn it or not. Being culturally insensitive, I'm not really surprised. Just to put it in perspective: My mail order bride ( Sorry Butch!) came to Denmark from Schweiz at the ripe age of 58. In other words, this is not a lady with a fast, young brain, but a grandmother. Within a year she was mostly fluent in Danish and had a job.
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    7 Hours Ago
    When you get it, would you please tell us if using it makes you extremely misogynic.
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    stig replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    I am soooo biting my tounge right now.
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    stig replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Fantastic!!!!! This almost only happens to me:lol:
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    7 Hours Ago
    I came across some guys in NZ, who were holding a party for a 16 year kid, because he had caught a large shark. It was hung outside the shack where they were partying. Apparently this was what had turned him from being a kid into being a real MAN. I was a bit confused by that. Since when does tossing a baited line into the ocean make you a man. I would personally think that dropping the top of a large tree, or something else where you put your ass on the line would be a better rite of passage, but then I am of course just a wussy commie Scandinavian. Since they were all VERY drunk and extremely proud of their manliness, when I got there, I didn't bring that up. I was taught as a kid that it is bad manners to put your host in a position , where you know you'll have to knock him on his ass. So I was quite the approving fellow fish killer that night, but honetsly WTF?
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    9 Hours Ago
    :thumbup:
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    9 Hours Ago
    Bid is paying for it. Just this whole day has got me down. And now I have to go buy a right angle drill I was not planning on. The one I rarely rent got stolen. Merry Christmas to me I guess.
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    17 Hours Ago
    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Flatbeds in Gear Forum
    Wood sides are cheap to build, especially if you have a mill ;) Makes it a little harder for.pilfering. quick removal for in case. I've strapped the sides on top of hauling mill wood or logs as needed. My white one could be made into a dump pretty easy. The red truck, not so much. But not impossible. That was originally the plan. And build a box. But then I found a couple trailer deals I could not refuse. And they really rock for hauling. And since we had 200,000,000 dead trees to deal with, hauling was in our future. Clean up is tantamount in this business and where you can lose your arse if you are not efficient about it.
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    19 Hours Ago
    :lol:
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    19 Hours Ago
    Rajan.....
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    19 Hours Ago
    THAT is a WRENCH Man your size could put some torque on that!
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