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Great advertising for a Makita saw, told you guys it will cut through anything. :D

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Great advertising for a Makita saw, told you guys it will cut through anything. :D

 

That's what Jim Marshall told The Who!

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That's what Jim Marshall told The Who!

I have a 20yr old 9.6V Makita cordless drill and still use to this day, I sware by them won't purchase anything else.

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you know this was "special" it even says so on the cover :D 

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Someone has to do it!

(I reckon this was his best song though)
You can hear that it was written by the same guys who wrote Kentucky Rain for Elvis.

 

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you know this was "special" it even says so on the cover :D

$2.75. :D

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Kamahl themed Spokey-dokeys for the Penny Farthing? Or hub caps for the fixie?

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Unkind? Seems more like a community service to me  :P

 

Edit: WTF is with the track 'A Rag, a Bone and a Hank of Hair'??????

 

I think "A Rag, a Bone and a Hank of Hair'" is a cover of the Nat King Cole song:

 

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Ok so its a cover however the title still sounds a bit serial killer'ish to me...

 

Whats the next track... It rubs the lotion on it's skin? :P

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That'll buff out

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For anyone else who was absolutely miffed as to what a 'hank of hair' was...

hank (hæŋk)

n.

1. skein (def. 1).

2. a specific length of thread or yarn according to the type of fiber, as 840 yards (768.1 m) for cotton or 300 yards (274.32 m) for linen.

3. a coil, knot, or loop: a hank of hair.

4. a ring, link, or shackle for securing the luff of a staysail or jib to its stay or the luff or head of a gaff sail to the mast or gaff.

[1175–1225; Middle English < Old Norse hǫnk hank, coil, skein, clasp; akin to hang]

(this has been a public service announcement kindly bought to you by: Rev. Heathen)

@@Tubularbells - agreed. I think it really does rub the lotion on its skin. And then it places the lotion - along with a 'hank of hair' - into the basket...

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Wondered what to do with these, now I know

Makita  :)

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There are over 200 records in that mess.

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Wondered what to do with these, now I know

Makita  :)

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There are over 200 records in that mess.

We could have a Makita-off Matt. I have plenty more where Kamahl came from.

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We could have a Makita-off Matt. I have plenty more where Kamahl came from.

Ok, I'll load the saw tonight to do some, err, cleaning up the spare office desk, tomorrow.

 

IT's ON, HAHA

Chop Chop.

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Million Dollar Memories, 10 packs

will stay that way, memories.  ;)

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Pics or it didn't happen.

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So whats the plan Tim...... he says knowingly

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Cutting in half is toooooo obvious.

:rolleyes:

Get creative...........jigsaw.......holesaw.......soldering iron..........heatgun.......chemicals....

;)

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I have a 20yr old 9.6V Makita cordless drill and still use to this day, I sware by them won't purchase anything else.

Yeh back when they made them in Japan - had the same one, steel case, 10mm Jacobs chuck, went for 2 days on one charge.

Needed an arm like Popeye to hold onto it, now your lucky to get 2 years out of them

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So whats the plan Tim...... he says knowingly

I've got a turntable that has a speed setting of 16 2/3 but blowed if I could find any records in the shops to take advantage of this. So I made my own by cutting a 33 1/3 in half. I'm a genius hey?

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We could have a Makita-off Matt. I have plenty more where Kamahl came from.

5:30pm, my place, have a good selection of unused and unloved

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Easy listening country!?!?!?!??! That one first Matt!

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Easy listening country!?!?!?!??! That one first Matt!

Sorry was held up at work, time to run the first 10, in box

Easy Listening, you say Link, right O.

Give me a min, bit late to run the chainsaw so the Makita it is.

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Oh WOW mint condition and 40 years old (means never played in all that time) and there is no such thing as easy listening Country Music, no don't care what you say.

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Oh, what's this can only play half 

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MAKITA old memories.

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Strangely felt better as I received a couple of Rates Notices today, the rats that live in the boxes of records don't pay rent.

 

 

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