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12-19-2011 05:32 PM
deadbodyman actually when I say almost ....I mean bigfoot almost caught up with me
I'm slowing down a little but I'm still quicker than her,,,,
12-19-2011 12:49 AM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by deadbodyman
Yeah,same here......I get some almost every night too...

Almost monday night ,almost tuesday night...........
At least it's "almost" if there is no hope then that sucks. But almost can almost be as good as some times.

Brian
12-18-2011 07:19 PM
deadbodyman Yeah,same here......I get some almost every night too...

Almost monday night ,almost tuesday night...........
12-18-2011 04:32 PM
poncho62 Oh...I am still pretty studly, havent heard any complaints......and if the women are complaining, I wouldnt hear it anyways.........
12-18-2011 09:56 AM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by poncho62
Too late for me...I worked in a noisy factory environment for years and am now partially deaf. Just got hearing aids this year.

To you young guys....wear hearing protection
I am very thankful to a woman who worked in a machine shop next to my body shop back when I was only about 28 years old and convinced me to start protecting myself, eyes, ears, lungs, knees, etc and I listened to her thank goodness I am still a stud today and will out fingertip pushup or chin up all but one guy in the shop. And I used to kick his butt but he was so embarrassed (he was only 25) he started seriously working out about a year ago and now he can beat me.

But yes, I have actually tried to look her up to thank her recently but can't find her, I am very grateful for her pushing me like she did.

Brian
12-17-2011 09:03 PM
deadbodyman I guess I really am a cave man ...The other day I looked for my phone for about an hour .when my wife saked what I was doing I told her I cant find my phone .....It never enterd my mind to call my phone from hers....It was about 2 feet away...I dont even program the radio in my car....The new new shop tool I want in the worst way was made in the 20's
12-17-2011 06:27 PM
poncho62 Too late for me...I worked in a noisy factory environment for years and am now partially deaf. Just got hearing aids this year.

To you young guys....wear hearing protection
12-17-2011 10:38 AM
Bryan59EC My job just gave me a new phone.
Does way more than I need it to.
All I really need it for is phone support, get work e-mails, and call travel when I need to go somewhere right now.

Last night----I finally figured out how to make the GPS work. Had to take my boy to a town 100 miles away and needed to find a specific church.
Silly GPS took me to the local courthouse instead
12-17-2011 09:26 AM
MARTINSR Come on now boys, I'm not that bad. I do have a cellular phone with on of those fancy apps. I have the "Call people and talk to them" app.

Brian
12-17-2011 08:17 AM
daoldbuick At the rate he's going now it won't be long till Martinsr has an IPhone and is texting, tweeting, facebooking and maybe even has a Blog. Whats this world comming to.
12-17-2011 06:35 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR
They do eat up batteries but I don't remember them being that bad. I would wear them every day out in the shop darn near all day long for weeks between changes. Maybe there is something wrong?

Yesterday while I was cutting up my Rambler parts car I had them on listing to vintage Rock by Zep and the Who, it was pretty good music for ripping that old car apart.

When I was out in the shop at work I had a couple of guys who loved to make noise, I mean REALLY make noise with blood curdling whistles and music I could only take for a few songs. It was like I was working in a friggin rain forest with all the noise. These headphones helped me keep my sanity.

Brian
OK Brian, once again the cave man needs to school the Modern Technician ,Now that youve found out how handy our outdated ,low tec sawzall is for cutting sheetmetal I 'll give you one more tip....well two....
first, theres a new fangled cd out called an MP3 that will hold over a hundred tracks of music on one CD insted of 12-15 no more changing out CD's all day...
second,theres a set a little better than a radio set it connects to the stereo system and its a wireless reciever so anything that your stereo plays can be transmitted to them Even those big,plastic discs called records can be transmitted to them....I cant stand listening to the same old repetitive stuff coming out of the radio Your only limitation is what music you can find to download from the internet......
OK,Ok
Three things....get some rechargeable batteries....... two sets, so one set always has a fresh charge.....
I jest ,of coarse....... , I've been using these for years too.....The only draw back is getting the sheet scared outta you when someone taps you on the shoulder....
12-12-2011 09:00 AM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by timothale
My wife bought me some last year for Christmas. . good hearing protection. My only complaint was the batteries don't last all day, In the summer I spend a lot of time on the diesel tractor. I have to carry a couple sets of spare batteries.
They do eat up batteries but I don't remember them being that bad. I would wear them every day out in the shop darn near all day long for weeks between changes. Maybe there is something wrong?

Yesterday while I was cutting up my Rambler parts car I had them on listing to vintage Rock by Zep and the Who, it was pretty good music for ripping that old car apart.

When I was out in the shop at work I had a couple of guys who loved to make noise, I mean REALLY make noise with blood curdling whistles and music I could only take for a few songs. It was like I was working in a friggin rain forest with all the noise. These headphones helped me keep my sanity.

Brian
12-12-2011 08:54 AM
timothale
battery life ?

My wife bought me some last year for Christmas. . good hearing protection. My only complaint was the batteries don't last all day, In the summer I spend a lot of time on the diesel tractor. I have to carry a couple sets of spare batteries.
12-12-2011 12:35 AM
MARTINSR
Ear protection with tunes. :)

I am big on protecting my body while I work. I bought a pair of these as a Christmas present to myself a number of years ago. I have to tell you they are very good stuff. I have went thru a number of pairs being I am kinda hard on them but they are worth the money big time. They go for about $50 at the local ACE hardware store.

http://www.amazon.com/AO-Safety-9054.../dp/B0013092CS

Brian

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