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About arizonian

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    Tucson, Arizona
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    Hunting, 'wheeling, welding, engineering

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  1. Son, I can weld anything except a broken heart. I can even weld a cat's a$$ to a brass doorknob. Here, you hold the cat. I ain't broke, just badly bent.
  2. Dad used to say "That boy was raised in a flower pot. His daddy called him a blooming idiot."
  3. It's not always the chain. With my earliest experience with a chainsaw drifting I put a square on the edge of the bar and found it not perpendicular to the face of the bar. Once that was trued up, a sharp chain would track like it should. Oh, yeah, my bar was new as was the saw. One of the many reasons McCulloch went out of business.
  4. Can't remember where I found this link. Common sense is not that common. Dr. Pierre Kory during a Senate hearing on Ivermectin usage to combat CV-19. Aired on Fox December 8th. Dr. Pierre Kory Senate Hearing
  5. Clever lyrics. I always have to look them up 'cause of my hearing malfunctions. "Martha Divine" I've got this feeling And I got this shovel Between me and you and it You're in a little trouble I saw you sneaking And I know what happened I think it's kinda funny you got caught Only, I ain't laughing Martha Divine, Martha Divine You put your hands on the wrong damn man this time Jezebel, you're bound for **** But evidently, the devil was busy so I moved you up in line, Martha Divine Well, you call him 'Darling' And I call him 'Daddy' A
  6. There's your answer right there. Anybody who identifies with astrology must be a little off. No common sense about the real world, but common sense ain't that common anymore.
  7. Where I retired from, depending on the job, each CWI had to keep track of who welded what. How did they do that? A welding log.
  8. 180 out of phase, no matter which way you look at it.
  9. This might help. Eyes on the Skies
  10. That's not a Spanish flag in the lower left, not quite an American flag either.
  11. Calcium carbide. I don't think it would work with carbide drills/mills or turning tools/inserts.
  12. My uncle was blind. When he is first introduced to someone, he used his hands to feel the persons face.
  13. I'm just thinking back to when I first tested for an out of town construction job at the jobsite. I was real green and not being familiar with the machine I was testing on, I overlooked the Remote switch and couldn't figure out why the machine was burning way too hot and the controls on the panel did absolutely nothing. Failed the test that day and was getting ready to head for home when a conversation with a friend clued me in to the Remote switch. I plead ignorance to the lead man and was able to redo the test the next day and passed it.
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