On 12/11/2012 11:49 PM, Jason Jystad
Thanks for the advice, it is sound advice that I wished more
people listened to in general in the shop. The stupid crap I
You are entirely welcome, that was the boring 10 second safety
lecture. :^D Most people either fit the "Oh, s**t, that can happen?"
or the "I knows what I is doin', Hey, Bubba, watch this!" You appear
to be in the former group.
My former roommate has given me the required "boring 5
minute safety lecture" and is amused that I am still not willing
to touch it until I learn a bit more. :)
Then he did the right thing. After you get over the idea that it is
dangerous, DO NOT be less vigilant, don't machine while under the
influence or too tired. Simply remember that driving is dangerous,
people get killed regularly, but it is much less dangerous than DUI
or DWS (Driving While Stupid/Stoned.) You seem to have the proper
mind set, however, know what you are doing and always assume that
you will be at risk if you don't. A man who knows the dead soft
aluminum chips from 0.005" cut are not very dangerous STILL will not
grab a handful to get them out of the way so he NEVER does it with
those blue, tool steel chips.
"The first method for estimating the intelligence of a ruler
is to look at the men he has around him."
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