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Buit then again, LongTimeMother, real tools shouldn't break. I wouldn't EVER use a pink tool!
Laura Schneider says
All right, Laura! I wouldn't use pink tools, either, but a woman owns the company, so that's why they are pink. Having been a GC, I have used both DeWalt and Milwaukee. A cordless impact wrench is fantastic for doing lag bolts in a deck.
No offense intended toward you, just toward pink in general being more and more associated with women. What, are we FIVE that we have to have fairy wings and buy everything PINK? :-) Women frustrate me sometimes. Glad to hear a woman owns the Co.
Actually, Laura, I worked with another woman that had some of the pink hand tools. Guys always steal tools, but never hers!
ROTFL! I BET nobody ever stole her tools! That's hilarious. I never thought of it as a job asset before. New insight! Thanks for the thought and the laugh! My mom borrows my tools, though, so I use a Sharpie &/or label for all my tools. Helps som
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I know just what you mean--I'm a tech writer, so I enjoy making jewelry, too. Not to your level; just stuff for myself. I love trying out new chain mail weaves. I've got tons of tools for jewelry, also, by various makers. ++For Black & Decker, t
We left brain types really do need an outlet which will let our right brain grow strong. Jewelry making is the perfect thing for that.
That sounds like a lot of fun! I enjoyed making kitchen cabinets and various built-ins. Even though it was technically work, I still found it relaxing.
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