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post #1 of 12 Old 01-27-2014, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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This ever happened to you?

Went out to the shop this morning and found that all my tools had been stolen and replaced with exact duplicates.

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Huh?

The tools don't make the craftsman....
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Mine were too but,they moved some of them so I had to look for them even more than usual.
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Yeah, but the replacements are often dull and rusty.
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Mine were too but,they moved some of them so I had to look for them even more than usual.
this happens all the time to me.
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I came home one night and my wife said to me "Who are you? Found out later she was a clone, replaced during an alien abduction.
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This is the story she gave me. Anything for a laugh.





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Those darn aliens stole my perfectly good body and replaced it with this broken down pile of flesh!

If Woodworking is so much fun why isn't it called WoodFUNNING?

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Every time I got out in my shop I discover the wood scraps have multiplied again. Going to have to hide the cat food I think. Might be able to starve them into submission.
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Mine were too but,they moved some of them so I had to look for them even more than usual.
Oh man I sure glad this has happened to someone else. My wife just will not believe me that someoneís moving my tools around. Iíve even found them outside in the pack patio. I spend half my time putting them a way and the other half looking for them. No wonder Iím not getting much done.

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I wish I was that lucky. I usually go out to my shop to find my tools were located to another planet. The question is which one?
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Wow.

It's a small world.... But I wouldn't want to paint it.
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