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  1. #481
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnjind View Post
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    The "non slip surface on the coffee cup" gave me a laugh. I have some shop only coffee cups that have perma rust in/on them from weld and grinder splatter.

    What is it about splatter and ears? Of all the places a bb can go why my ears so much?
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  3. #483
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicegrip View Post
    The "non slip surface on the coffee cup" gave me a laugh. I have some shop only coffee cups that have perma rust in/on them from weld and grinder splatter.

    What is it about splatter and ears? Of all the places a bb can go why my ears so much?
    I sure remember those the most.........!!

    mike sr

  4. #484
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicegrip View Post
    The "non slip surface on the coffee cup" gave me a laugh. I have some shop only coffee cups that have perma rust in/on them from weld and grinder splatter.

    What is it about splatter and ears? Of all the places a bb can go why my ears so much?
    I sure remember those the most.........!!

    mike sr

  5. #485
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    1 - It's Valentines Day / Evening, your waiting on a project to cool and you read all 450+(at that time) posts to this thread..

    2 - You buy your favorite safety glasses by the case lot that you wear all of the time..

    3 - It takes two fingers to get your eyes opened in the AM..
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  6. #486
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    when you can tell what part of you is on fire just by the smell

  7. #487
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    When you still wear your workboots all weekend. And that new welding shirt you just bought on Saturday and your thinking hmmm...think I'll wear this to church tomorrow morning.

  8. #488
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    Im guilty of the boot one...Redwing steel toes are one of the most comfortable things in the world to me now.
    Precision is only as important as the project...if you're building a rocket ship...1/64" would matter. If you're building a sledgehammer...an 1/8" probably wont.

  9. #489
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    raserspeed when you can tell what part of you is on fire just by the smell
    i like that one.
    welcome to the site, good to have ya with us.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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  10. #490
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    you might be a weldor if you attempt to laying down a proper bead when you squeeze out shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, foot cream, ketchup, mustard, whipped cream.

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