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Old 11-17-2012, 11:13 AM   #41
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Old 11-18-2012, 08:13 AM   #42
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The hammer is officially on it's way to Kent via priority mail. I'm realizing that this hammer will far exceed it's retail purchase price very quickly in shipping costs.

The lady at the shipping joint seemed a little nervous when I walked in wielding a hammer.........I'm just glad it wasn't a rig axe.
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See how awesome I am, even have a fan club from carpenters daughters.



Lone I thought it was only $8 or $9 to ship.

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See how awesome I am, even have a fan club from carpenters daughters.



Lone I thought it was only $8 or $9 to ship.

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I went to a third party spot that offers USPS, Fed Ex, UPS, and several others. Ran more like 17 bucks, but saved myself a wait in line at the PO and a few bucks in fuel. Saturday mornings at my local PO are like waiting in line at 6 Flags.
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The hammer is officially on it's way to Kent via priority mail. I'm realizing that this hammer will far exceed it's retail purchase price very quickly in shipping costs.

The lady at the shipping joint seemed a little nervous when I walked in wielding a hammer.........I'm just glad it wasn't a rig axe.
I think I might send a rig Axe in with the shipment when I send it to......

It's a secret

This has the potential for national news imo.
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I think I might send a rig Axe in with the shipment when I send it to......

It's a secret

This has the potential for national news imo.
Cool

I can take that axe camping.

Oh, thats right. This is only for framers.

Wait a minute.... What the.... Kent is a.... flippin cabinetmaker
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it's a good thing your a framer Gus or you couldn't play. Oh wait...
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Cool

I can take that axe camping.

Oh, thats right. This is only for framers.

Wait a minute.... What the.... Kent is a.... flippin cabinetmaker
Just goes to show who's the most versatile one here. That's why I get paid the biiiiiig bucks.
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it's a good thing your a framer Gus or you couldn't play. Oh wait...
Evidently your past accomplishments mean little.

Oh wait a minute... friggin Kent is still a...

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Just goes to show who's the most versatile one here. That's why I get paid the biiiiiig bucks.
I am glad to hear of your success as a.... friggin.... CABINETMAKER
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no friggin in the riggin
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cabinets; the framer retirement plan?!
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You can say that again.

My last box will be made of pine. Someone else will have to nail the lid on for me though.
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I said it somewhere else on CT before, but I wanted to do cabinets, but ended up in framing.... I wonder where my future lays...
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Don't worry, once the dirt is on it where can it go?

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My last box will be made of pine. Someone else will have to nail the lid on for me though.
You're going to want someone who can do that efficiently, with grace and style.
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You're going to want someone who can do that efficiently, with grace and style.
I would love to have you do it but you'll have to promise me two things;

1 - That you will wear a suit and tie. Shine your shoes too.

2 - Don't hit on my wife
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1 - That you will wear a suit and tie. Shine your shoes too.

2 - Don't hit on my wife
I think I still have my suit around here...
I can't make any promises about the wife.
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