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Member postings for mark costello 1

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Thread: Grumpy old men
10/10/2020 17:18:43

Traffic. Working on anything with the Wife, Bless Her heart She means well, bit I have not much hair left and cannot pull Hers. .

Thread: Hydrogen-powered train makes UK maiden journey
01/10/2020 21:09:30

Same crooks, different show.

Thread: White rock salt
01/10/2020 21:04:57

How does One get a Duck to stay still to be milked? wink

Thread: Oouch hot fingers
01/10/2020 20:31:57

I was told in My apprenticeship that a light brown.on the edge did not hurt, but "They" better not see Me turning the tool bit blue.

Thread: Walton broken tap extractor
30/09/2020 18:47:30

They seem to work about as much as an Easy-out, sometimes You win.

Thread: Rust and camphor
30/09/2020 18:35:55

We just put a small slit in the cello and that's all, reminded Me to check mine as it's been 5-6 years since I looked at it. I will start putting a date on it.

29/09/2020 16:49:01

Used it for 20 some years and it seems to work.

Thread: Covid causing mental health issues.
28/09/2020 20:45:58

Universal Basic income is another Ponzi scheme paid for Those who are working. Their tax burden is already enough. I am retired.wink

Thread: Reminiscences
19/09/2020 15:12:45

Grand parents not having a car and walking about 2 miles to town for everything.

Thread: Scaling back forum activity
10/09/2020 19:48:45

This place is like a quiet relaxing pub, not that someone does no get rowdy at times. Keep on, Gents.

Thread: What does a tool look like?
05/09/2020 16:25:12

Can You Google "How to run a lathe by South Bend?" It is a good beginning book.

Thread: Miracles do happen
28/08/2020 16:56:29

Was working on an auto's brakes yesterday and one of the hold down springs went ping into the great unknown. I have a couple of magnets mounted on a short board. We went every where within a 30' circle with no joy. Told the Wife I was going into town to buy a replacement kit for $30. Started to go out the front door and here She came in holding the spring. She put the tools in the trunk and slammed the lid and heard something drop on the gravel and found it. We both looked under the car before and did not see it. Thankful.

Thread: Stainless steel
27/08/2020 20:13:13

The almost empty ink cartridge included with a new printer is no urban myth here, buying commercially refilled cartridges is also worthless as 2 of them have been empty, 2 out of 2 for a loss. One store made it right, another did not. Switching to a laser printer when these cartridges are spent.

Thread: Bows and arrows
26/08/2020 20:27:56

The MIL is also a repeater.

Thread: Milling alluminium
24/07/2020 19:28:10

If You can buy cheap penetrating fluid at auto jumbles etc. it works well.The cheaper the better.

Thread: Is This a Tooth?
23/07/2020 19:56:30

MIL's claw?

Thread: Interesting bike ride today
18/07/2020 19:36:38

Our house was all closed up,windows and doors. Walked into a closed bedroom and had a bat with around a 9-10" wing span flapping around. Had to get the Wife as I cannot jump on and off the bed fast enough to have an effective pursuit. How it got in We never have figured out. Have 5 cats now so no repeat.

Thread: Poly-Vee Belts
18/07/2020 19:19:03

Slit many thousands of them.

Thread: Another mystery tool
17/06/2020 00:16:36

If You could look at Robin Renzetti's Repeat-0-meter it looks similar. It can have myriad uses.

Please delete.

Edited By mark costello 1 on 17/06/2020 00:17:42

17/06/2020 00:16:12

If You could look at Robin Renzetti's Repeat-0-meter it looks similar. It can have myriad uses.

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