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  1. #26
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    In all fairness, that picture is a little dated. (I can't squeeze into the dungarees anymore).

    Gotta admit: Pretty cool car project, though.
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    i dont know?? with all doe fairness i'm not seeing any 240V outlets in that shop, things are not looking so good any more. although i do like the under the bench storage, i gotta get some more of that myself.

    summer is here, plant a tree for mother earth. if you dont have time or space, sponcer some one else to plant one for you.

    feel free to shoot me a PM or e-mail me at [email]james@newyorkmetalart.com i got lots of time.

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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Ooooh, now you've done it. You guys think you're so funny. Well, I've decided to completely misuse my power (evil laugh) and have arranged a little s'prise for y'all. You'll figure it out soon enough. And when you stop making fun of my workbench, well, we'll see.
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  4. #29
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Just remember Bob, I'm your friend
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Bob, I just saw what you did as I clicked back Gotta admit, that's pretty good. You are gonna change it back, right Maybe to something with a little more manliness though
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  6. #31
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    DAMMIT!!

    Hey, I never said you couldn't hang out with us. It's your sand box, we're just playing in it!

    You win.

    Nice touch with the little apology....and, no you're not.

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  7. #32
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    If I send you a bottle of Bombay Sapphire will all be forgotten?
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  8. #33
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Just goofing around. It's all in fun. I'll change it back ... soon enough.
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    I think it's hilarious.

    You definitley have the upper hand when it comes to payback.

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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Quote Originally Posted by ZTFab
    I think it's hilarious.

    You definitley have the upper hand when it comes to payback.

    - Paul
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  11. #36
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    My granddaughter (2 y.o.) really liked the Workshop like Bob posted,
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    and is now trying on my welding helmet-- I'll have to see if Jackson makes a size Small.

    Thanks for the cartoons.
    Last edited by sail2u; 02-09-2007 at 03:00 AM.

  12. #37
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob at WeldingMag
    Well, OK.

    Attachment 7016
    I'm not sure, but it's def not metal?
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  13. #38
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Can't remember where I found these, but they fit the subject!



    While we're at it, this link is pretty comical!
    http://www.goatlocker.org/resources/nav/10weld.gif
    Last edited by mb_welder; 06-23-2007 at 06:51 AM.

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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    I didn't even get what he was holding in his hand in that 2nd one until I stared at it for about 5 minutes.

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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    I wished those were in Penton`s welding mag.
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    the russians love ya Bob? bit of spam-a-flac going on huh?

    Bring on the smiles..+1.
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob at WeldingMag View Post
    Well, OK.

    Attachment 7016
    Yup, he definately has the tools, so I vote to make him an honorary chicken poop stringer. He can have all privilidges and perks associated with the honorable position of Poop Stringer extraordinaire. Here here and cheers... Hee hee, sorry, I just couldn't help myself...
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  18. #43
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Are the cartoon ads no more?

  19. #44
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Yes. Very much gone

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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    saw this one a while ago


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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Good one. That's why I use Linux as my OS.

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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Linux rock's !

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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    ubuntu 10.10 here.

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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    I dont do windows! Only those listed below!

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  25. #50
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    Re: Cartoon - just for kicks

    Bob, are you familiar with a great old (1920's-50's or so) cartoonist, J. R. Williams? In his youth he dropped out of school to become an apprentice machinist. There's a book, "Machine Tool Reconditioning" by Connelly that features a bunch of cartoons by Williams on the toils and travails of the machinist's life that are outstanding. Williams was well-known long ago for his regular strip called, "Out Our Way," but the cartoons he did for the little audience of professional machinists tops everything. I'm unlikely ever to have any more use for Connolly's book myself, but keep it so that once a decade I run across it and open it up to marvel at Williams' talent and insights once again.

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