- In my old age, I am faced with demands from children, What do you want for Christmas/birthday/Father s Day, etc? It is probably not realistic to ask for anMessage 1 of 5 , Apr 19, 2011View Source
In my old age, I am faced with demands from children, “What do you want for Christmas/birthday/Father’s Day, etc?” It is probably not realistic to ask for an Audi TT, a new Delta table saw, or a 15HP Honda outboard. Further, they have a lot less money than I do. My solution is to ask for clamps. As a result, I have acquired a fair collection of miss matched (and sometimes junky) clamps. Sometimes, the number is almost enough…
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Subject: [bolger] Re: Too many clamps
When I suggested that my daughter had too many clothes in her large closed, she replied, "One man's surfeit is another man's paucity."
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--- In email@example.com, Harry James <welshman@...> wrote:
> "Too many Clamps"
> It has be postulated that too many clamps can exist for a boatbuilding
> project. Scientists have demonstrated that this state of clamp existence
> can exist mathematically but it has never been found in nature.