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Old 08-09-2007, 06:06 PM   #21
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Old 08-09-2007, 08:58 PM   #22
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You haven't seen that book thats being published now- DIY Dentistry?
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Old 05-08-2013, 08:27 PM   #24
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Milwaukee Hole Hog the 300/1200 rpm model
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Milwaukee Hole Hog the 300/1200 rpm model
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2007.... This thread is older than most of your tools
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I was thinking about that the other day. Five years ago I had $10000 worth of tools. In the past five years I have spent $10000 on tools, and now I have $10000 worth of tools. How does that happen?
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Drilling pin holes in log homes it was a matter of when are you going to be thrown 15 feet off the wall, not if. I just picked up two of these. These days they are just for looks, I'm too scared to use them. I'm a lot more fragile these days.

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I was thinking about that the other day. Five years ago I had $10000 worth of tools. In the past five years I have spent $10000 on tools, and now I have $10000 worth of tools. How does that happen?
That's better than spending 10,000 and having 5,000 worth.
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Split saw nuts.
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