The Sad Tale of Tom Turkey Posted on June 24, 2017 by nrhiller Share this:PrintEmailFacebookTumblrPinterestTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
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I think I would have preferred to read about your beloved routers. A retired Union Carpenter gave me an Elu 2721 1/2″ collet for sharpening his prized collection of Blue Ribbon Simonds saws. He didn’t like it, but that router is like an extension of my mind when I use it. I hope it lasts forever.
He passed away four months after I sharpened his saws at the age of 101. At his funeral, he had his Masonic apron on and a rip and crosscut Simonds in leather saw cases tucked under each arm and his old carpenters dues/job book in his front breast pocket. Auf der Walz !
Really? Buck up. After reading this, all I could think was CHW. CHDub: Can’t Handle it Whitey.
Tom would have been better, and more respectfully buried in that sylvan setting than tossed in the trash for someone else to inter.
Remember, O Man, of dust thou art, and to dust thou shalt return.
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