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(01-06-2012, 04:52 PM)Erthona Wrote: [ -> ]"pine wouldn't cut it"

I've never had a saw made of pine, but if I did, I would not expect it to cut much of anything.

Redonkulous but extremely entertaining. When I come to OK next year, we will have to drink a beer together and make fun of people. That sounds like good fun.

Well, except I live in Texas, and they only have 3.2 beer in Oklahoma. I used to live right on the border, but now I live in Austin. Where in Oklahoma are you headed? ..sorry, that's incorrect dialect. I should have queried,

"where bouts in Oklee-home-ee are ya bound?"

BTW What do 3.2 beer and have relation in the bottom of a canoe have in common?
a bamboo needle can cut through jade which is harder than pine. i've seen a pine see-saw
(01-07-2012, 02:25 AM)Erthona Wrote: [ -> ]Well, except I live in Texas,
duh

Erthona Wrote:and they only have 3.2 beer in Oklahoma. I used to live right on the border, but now I live in Austin. Where in Oklahoma are you headed? ..sorry, that's incorrect dialect. I should have queried,

"where bouts in Oklee-home-ee are ya bound?"

Oklahoma city. (or close to it) I've got a job out that way and we will be on 6/12s so I can run down to TX on a weekend. I've actually never been to the great state. There are a million places I want to go there.

Erthona Wrote:BTW What do 3.2 beer and have relation in the bottom of a canoe have in common?

It's fucking close to water
Bamboo is very hard, but that should be obvious, just look at the name!

Bam! Boo!

If it can't blow you up, it'll scare you to death. Thas some tough mamba jamba! Also light and inexpensive!


A number of years ago I was in Thailand and I saw a Buddha carved from a single two foot tall piece of Jade, good jade too. I'm thinking I should have spent he 100 bucks they wanted!

Dale

Austin isn't in Texas, it's in Austin. (An old non-pine saw.)

Lots of bodark around here. My grandfather made tool handles and gate
bearings from bodark. We used to have bodark apple fights and our
tractor tire inner tubes usually ended up being more patch than tube
because of all the thorns.


Don't matter whose in Austin Bob Wills is still the king!

I lubs me some bodark, ain't no wimpy wood that!
i find plywood to be multi layered, though not as good in getting a patina after 200 years.

tongue oil baby, tongue!

Rub it in, rub it in!
yeah but if you rub it to much the layers peel. just look at 60's stuff.
i always you use english oil or teak oil on un-lacquered woods.
Well, I didn't sit around squeezing my tongue all this time to not use the oil I got! Besides, there's nothing real about the sixties!


Here's my 'pinion on da sick-tees...er sixties!

http://pigpenpoetry.com/showthread.php?tid=5156





Dale
^Shameless plug of you own work! Shame on you, Dale :p

The most unreal thing about the 60's was that they happened in the 70's.

P.S. To get tung oil you need to squeeze your nuts (I'm told).

No, that's not correct. You have to tongue your nuts, but I'm not that flexible.

OH no. Now I will have to post my poem about the 70's to explain how that's almost right. I've also got one for the fifties. I think I skipped the 80ties, but really who would notice. I have at leas t a Baker's dozen under the title Generational Sketches.

"^Shameless plug of you own work! Shame on you, Dale"

Hey, a girls gotta make a living!

Dale
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