On the funny side of the street

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That book would be an interesting read , But at $141. plus tax it is to rich for my blood . I will keep faking it until I make it.
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DavidBarkey wrote: Wed Mar 27, 2024 11:28 am That book would be an interesting read , But at $141. plus tax it is to rich for my blood . I will keep faking it until I make it.
Exactly what I thought. I do have a couple of metal working shop books but it seemed to me I can fake much of it and when in doubt I come here and ask from others who either are properly learned or successfully faking it for many years, which I call experience. Hehe! I'm not building submarines after all. :-- :creeper: :bee: :cheers:
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Eugen wrote: Wed Mar 27, 2024 11:53 am
DavidBarkey wrote: Wed Mar 27, 2024 11:28 am That book would be an interesting read , But at $141. plus tax it is to rich for my blood . I will keep faking it until I make it.
Exactly what I thought. I do have a couple of metal working shop books but it seemed to me I can fake much of it and when in doubt I come here and ask from others who either are properly learned or successfully faking it for many years, which I call experience. Hehe! I'm not building submarines after all. :-- :creeper: :bee: :cheers:

Well said! Although after following along with your projects I’d say you both are about at the end of the faking it stage! :cheers:
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I'm waiting for the cordless version.... :O :rofl:
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:O :109: :no:
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Looks like a MTD blade. You won't have any trouble finding a mulching blade :thumbsup:
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On my Facebook feed today.

The poor thing never stood a chance.
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thebuildist wrote: Mon Apr 15, 2024 1:56 pm On my Facebook feed today.

The poor thing never stood a chance.
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There was a time when I dreamed to have something like that. :cheers:
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thebuildist wrote: Mon Apr 15, 2024 1:56 pm On my Facebook feed today.

The poor thing never stood a chance.
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Yup, definitely gets filed under "What were they thinking... ?"
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I know back years ago there were one are loaders for some farm tractors . But I never understood the point , two arms are twice as good .
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