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    Re: Work rules / practices

    Quote Originally Posted by Little Scrapper View Post
    Pictures or it didn't happen. Lol
    Perhaps in a few days, we are away right now.


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    Re: Work rules / practices

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    Perhaps in a few days, we are away right now.


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    Kidding of course, but it would be cool, if anything the conversation would be worth it.

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    Re: Work rules / practices

    The fastest way to find a lost tool is to buy a replacement.

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    Re: Work rules / practices

    Quote Originally Posted by AdrianS View Post
    The fastest way to find a lost tool is to buy a replacement.
    Always wurked fur me...

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    Re: Work rules / practices

    I have not got to the aeroplane construction bit yet but have built a lot of experimental machines,usually agricultural, and there is one thing I stand by,if you are having a problem with something then just walk away. For ten minutes or an hour or even over night,the ideas come easily with fresh eyes. Cheers

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