They all do. My youngest came over to visit the other day and actually
admitted we had been right about watching the money.
He was ten bucks short for the light bill, so I put a lien on his bicycle.
Pay day is Monday, and we'll see if he walks to work.
Yeah, I rough on the kids (both boys), but, OTOH, when the older boy's
friends in the Navy decided to get into trouble, he didn't go along . .
.they ended up in the drunk tank off base and late for roll call.
Hmm, maybe he should have thought about spending that time with you a few
years ago. Now is the time to spend quality time paying your way in life.
Uh, oh . . .I see a bad moon rising. Wanna bet on how long that will last?
That was the job I had. It seems to have worked so far. But life will soon
kick his butt for you, hopefully.
it could be Mac just fixed it -- i told him yesterday the "Back to Mac" link
was dead and to change the file extension from htm to html
TBone, try refreshing your page
https://home.comcast.net/~mac.davis/wood_stuff.htm (usually if your browser
won't update you press the control key and refresh again and that works)
could be your browser is set not to refresh pages and "cache" 's pages you
have already visited
I only expect Jesus to walk on unfrozen water. <BG> Women just make us men
try to do it to impress them. . . .I'm still trying to do it for my bride.
Besides, you're from CA . . .nobody wants to know what goes on in CA . . . .
(wink, wink) ;^)
If that is your beginning stuff then I am even more impressed. I made a
bowl once in high school woodshop and it came out pretty good. I was
impressed anyway and my mother still has it displayed on the china cabinet.
Someday I would like to get a lathe but I really need to get my shop put
together first (raised floor). I got my new toy almost a month ago and
still have yet to put it together (a Grizzly cabinet saw). When you collect
some pictures of you more recent work, let me know.
If at first you don't succeed, you're not cut out for skydiving
"mac davis" < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
The lathe is SO much easier than flat work... no measuring angles, tight joints,
worrying if everything is square, etc..
Whatever you turn is cool, and if you throw a 30 second coat of friction polish
on it, you get all the ooo's and ahhh's that flat work gets.. *g*
Did you look at "chuck's page", where I show him my screw-ups and ask him what
to do next? *g*
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