Used the hook on my Super Tinker to reattach some metal ties to a chain link fence in my yard. The Hook is a great tool that I think a lot of people think is useless but I find tons of uses for it.
Good luck for the nationals, old Lefty!
Nationals this weekend, Champion Plus with silvertech scales used for final tightenings:(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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A use is a use, no need for shame!
Nifty work, Echotech!
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yes, nice! Red tweezers Echo?
A SAK is tool for freeing one’s from problems and resolving issues.No matter how small a problem is, it stops function and threatens mission, until it is resolved.A piece of foam caused an epic catastrophe during a space shuttle flight. A spark in an Apollo space capsule sitting on a launch pad incinerated 3 astronauts and called an entire space program.Even the smallest issue resolved is cause for cheering in my book.After each problem solved I sense an entire probability wave function ranging from no adversity to epic catastrophe collapse. Really.This is why I get such a kick out of fixing things and solving problems—any things and any problems.Afterwards I feel so good; even when I am not doing it for money anymore.And I really can never let go of an unsolved problem, because I know that wave function is still out there. There really are just two kinds of persons in my book: those that try to collapse the wave function with a fix, and those that don’t give a damn about what could happen to their fellow cause they don’t care enough to fix things. Enjoy EVERY moment after you fix something no matter how small.God only knows what you averted in the cascade of events that might have been.Frank Capra’s ITS A WONDERFUL LIFE was about this very thing.A part of each of us is George Bailey.Capra who served as a documentary and war propaganda filmmaker in WWII and who spent his life making Hollywood films with teams of technicians deeply understood this: everything undertaken can be enabled or undone by even a tiny problem improperly dealt with. Capra’s films showed that every person, not just big wigs, has a role in outcomes.I can argue almost every issue both ways.But I have no doubt that idfevery person in the world were gifted a CYBERTOOL like mine that the next day the world would have fewer problems unresolved and work a little better.