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Re: Too many tools

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04-17-2014 19:26:04

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I conquer. I think a shop should come complete with a personal assistant. Somebody to pick up after me and wipe those tools down. Maybe the assistant could support a broom in the down time. Oh and log the bolt bin inventories to make sure we have what we need. And where did I lay one a dozen flashlights or tape measures. Also, if we can google almost any question why did I have to search for a carburetor the other day for over an hour and a half. When it was sitting in a box complete with all the other tune up parts for the same tractor. Nope not to many tools, to little memory for me

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Dr. Walt

04-24-2014 06:33:47

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 Re: Too many tools in reply to NEIADan, 04-17-2014 19:26:04  

That's why they created COMPUTERS, so we wouldn't have to keep all that kind of info in our heads.

Now, if I could just remember how to work this damn computer . . . .LOL!

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04-18-2014 08:11:46

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 Re: Too many tools in reply to NEIADan, 04-17-2014 19:26:04  
I can understand the memory part. You know it"s bad when you go buy a tool for a job, and use it, only to discover you already had the required tool.

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04-17-2014 20:51:50

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 Re: Too many tools in reply to NEIADan, 04-17-2014 19:26:04  
I'v got a personal assistant, at least part time.

Didn't ask for him, he just sort of adopted me. Trouble is, he doesn't speak a word of English, I don't speak a word of Spanish!

When he puts my tools and parts away, it's anybodys guess where he puts them! LOL

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