No worky worky today.
Actually just took a test drive in the GMC Sierra and GMC canyon
I’ll try to get out to check out a few others Dodge , Ford , Toyota and even Nissan
Might even check out the Honda Ridgeline.
Wow , what a week , I’m not sure where to put this.
Lots of people co workers /friends with health issues.
Where to start ,
After seeing my friends and colleagues falling ill and basically hearing the news that it’s pretty much the end of the road ,
I’ve decided to back off the overtime and to many hours of extra work.
So I’ll take more time…[Read more]
@JimDaddyO thanks Jim
He definitely has some cool videos
I watch some of the videos from him and others , and I have to wonder where do they find all this spare time , I don’t have enough with 24 hours in a day lol. I’m definitely doing something wrong 😂
I’ve been getting weather warning messages on my phone , looks like we are in for another round of rain /freezing rain and snow for this weekend 🥶🙄
LoL I’ve used tape measures for more than 40 years , never needed a stand before.
RonW wrote:My brother in law and I we asked to build a casket. Family doesn’t have much and couldn’t afford to buy anything. Needed it within a couple days. So we put together something simple.
Nice of you to step up in these times of hardship , 🙏 sorry to hear about this.
JimDaddyO wrote:Waiting game today. The new sofa is supposed to be delivered today. It was a good time to take advantage and clean the floor. Got an echo in the room now. Wainscott and new paint look good though.
Sofa, so good.
Hahaha yeah sofa so good LoL , good one Jim , nice job on the wainscoting and painting.
Trying to concentrate on the job , but keep thinking about my coworker , just heard he’s got the big C , friggin sad ,
Chasing the cesium into each cell today.
Beautiful day here , -1 but very sunny
Still seasonal temp’s I guess , still a colder day , at least the days are getting longer for sunlight 🙄
svensshutters wrote:Me and the Fam. We all moved back here last August. I wanted to be fully retired and not have to work anymore.
Nice. Enjoy it , you definitely worked hard to be able to 👍👊, worse case , if they don’t , you can have it shipped to a friend , and then they can ship it to you ,
svensshutters wrote:Hello, my name is Sven and I’m an alcoholic.
Crap wrong forum. Wuz up suckers! Been far longer than I wanted to be away, but finally trying to find some time to hang out again. Talking about a bumpy road. See there are still quite a few old names I still recognize here. Can’t wait to catch up with stuff.
Hope all is…
Sorpa wrote:Still cold here, -15°C feels like -22°C.
Yes , two weeks ago my heated seat stopped working , this morning it was the wipers 🤔 , can’t wait for spring air to arrive
Glad I’m working inside. How you hanging in there with the colder weather working outside.
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Sitting in meetings at the International Builders Show in Las Vegas. Learning a lot about several topics but really looking for wot the trade show that starts tomorrow
Nice , I’m sure lots of people here on BTP are looking forward to hearing and seeing more about this show. I hope someone starts a thread on this.
Pretty interesting , I wonder where he’s going to use those , his anvil and huge stone underneath are pretty impressive. Both huge.
That’s a interesting box that I guess pumps oxygen to the fire.
Glad we didn’t get hammered like Newfoundland 🥶😮
We received some snow , but definitely nothing like them.
Miamicuse wrote:I also noticed another brand called ReciproTools. They make tool accessories similar to Spyder. They make an adapter attachment for the sawzall to allow you to accept any 1/4 hex accessories, then they have a series of hex shank metal files. Seems very interesting.
Oh that’s pretty cool , I could see that coming in handy , just…[Read more]
Clev08 wrote:I would think that the dual bevel ability of the Milwaukee would make it much more desirable compared to the other 7 1/4 saws.
I haven’t looked into the smaller miter saws yet to see which ones have the dual bevels or not , definitely would be a benefit , but I think for my use , I’d be perfect with the single bevel.
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Sorpa wrote:Hoping to get a metal lathe.
I haven’t forgotten about you , we still have not put anything out for sale yet.
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