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Old 03-11-2015, 04:56 PM   #41
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And you only have one pairs of eyes. Safeguard 'em.
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And they are right. Wood of any kind sucks when it gets into your eye. Accidents do happen.
Yeeaahh no. If hammering away on ice/gravel/concrete, yeah that stuff flies. But if you are putting a book self together, LOL kiss my azz XD. Why don't I wear a hard hat at all times incase I might slip and fall? Because accidents happen?
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Complacency does.
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Could not have said it better myself.
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That has nothing to do with it. It's just ridiculous to wear safety glasses when putting a simple bookshelf together.
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Chinese instruction manuals also tell you too wear safety glasses when operating a hammer or screw driver XD
There's a bit of a difference between a hammer and a sharp blade spinning, being powered by an engine. With a hammer all you can really do is hit yourself with it, if a ride-on mower tips over and lands on you, you're going to need a lot more than stitches to put you back together.

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That has nothing to do with it. It's just ridiculous to wear safety glasses when putting a simple bookshelf together.
I have a friend who's a carpenter and ended up with a piece of splintered wood in his eye... use your imagination.
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Then he is not a good carpenter... lol...
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A bad carpenter will have purple thumbs.
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Then he is not a good carpenter... lol...
It wasn't his fault ironically, it was his apprentice
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It wasn't his fault ironically, it was his apprentice
I still highly doubt he was putting together a bookshelf from China It's one thing to be on a big building project of sorts, using saws/hammers/drills etc, it's another to be tapping away on a PoS from " Hecho en China "
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