It is a dogs world.

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That is really nice ! I could not do that with any amount of tools because my main tool ( brain) just doesnt have that skill set.
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masonsailor2 wrote:That is really nice ! I could not do that with any amount of tools because my main tool ( brain) just doesnt have that skill set.
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masonsailor2 wrote:That is really nice ! I could not do that with any amount of tools because my main tool ( brain) just doesnt have that skill set.
Paul
I think most of us share that shortcoming.

It ain't the tools, it is the talent!
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Re: It is a dogs world.

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JPG wrote:
masonsailor2 wrote:That is really nice ! I could not do that with any amount of tools because my main tool ( brain) just doesnt have that skill set.
Paul
I think most of us share that shortcoming.

It ain't the tools, it is the talent!
It is never the tools. Many of the most beautiful things were made 100's and 1,000's of years ago.
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Hooper, UT
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