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    Happy chappie

    Hope you all had a great Christmas and got lots of very nice pressies.

    I for one am very happy, none of the usual socks, slippers and smellies instead I had some nice workshop pressies.

    A replacement for my old Dremel tool which is starting to become very noisy the other is a small angle type tool for decorating my turning as well as a new handle for my Simon Hope hollowing tool even though it can be used without it I find the extra thick handle better and more comfortable to hold


    What did you guys get.
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    "The only people who never fail are those that never try"


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    You must have been a very good boy all year, Derek.

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by alan morrison View Post
    You must have been a very good boy all year, Derek.
    I was a very very good boy
    "The only people who never fail are those that never try"


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    I had a 'significant' birthday just before Christmas.... I have been lording it ever sinceIMG_20201220_112459.jpg
    I only open my mouth...to change feet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by flexi View Post
    I had a 'significant' birthday just before Christmas.... I have been lording it ever sinceIMG_20201220_112459.jpg
    I doff my cap to you, my Lord. I will even tug my forlock if I had the hair.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalboy View Post
    Hope you all had a great Christmas and got lots of very nice pressies.

    I for one am very happy, none of the usual socks, slippers and smellies instead I had some nice workshop pressies.

    A replacement for my old Dremel tool which is starting to become very noisy the other is a small angle type tool for decorating my turning as well as a new handle for my Simon Hope hollowing tool even though it can be used without it I find the extra thick handle better and more comfortable to hold


    What did you guys get.

    Arived OK then Derek. Well done. Looks a nice bit of kit. A load of textured rim platters on the way then....

    I an Amazon Firestick. I can now watch some videos on the TV. Helps the eyes out a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalboy View Post
    Hope you all had a great Christmas and got lots of very nice pressies.

    I for one am very happy, none of the usual socks, slippers and smellies instead I had some nice workshop pressies.

    A replacement for my old Dremel tool which is starting to become very noisy the other is a small angle type tool for decorating my turning as well as a new handle for my Simon Hope hollowing tool even though it can be used without it I find the extra thick handle better and more comfortable to hold


    What did you guys get.
    Lucky boy Derek.

    COOPER 01/08/1998-31/01/2012

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by flexi View Post
    I had a 'significant' birthday just before Christmas.... I have been lording it ever sinceIMG_20201220_112459.jpg
    Do we refer to you as your highness now?

    COOPER 01/08/1998-31/01/2012

     
     
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    So happy for you with your so called presents,well done,I dare say reciprocation took place happy wife happy home and all that mate. Good Lord look what happened to Mark,it must have been a real significant anniversary.

    Happy New Year etc.

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    I got this both to make and play with :
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    Enjoy Life you only get it once and there is no Apprenticeship

     
     

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