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Old 12-25-2012, 05:32 PM
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My son and his kids went up in the mountains yesterday and cut a X/mas tree, when they went to set it up they couldn't find a tree stand,, so My 9y/o grandson coop says he can make one,, so him and his dad head for the shop, gather up a bunch of scrap tubing and Coop cut up the pieces and welds it all together,
Not bad for a 9y/o I don't think,, but this isn't his first rodeo with working with steel.. He loves doing any kind of work,,
Hope he didn't burn any holes in his new jacket,, his mom will throw a hissy fit
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I hope he didnt pick it up while it was still red hot like brian and I do.... although it is a good way to learn to dance..

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Old 12-25-2012, 06:12 PM
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9 year olds are too smart for that Mike. Why don't you get him to teach you how to use a computer too.
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Old 12-26-2012, 04:52 AM
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Dont laugh my 10yr old grandson is always showing me something new on this thing.Hes always trying to get me to play some game so he can whoop my butt....and have a good laugh ....
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Old 12-26-2012, 09:12 AM
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Dont laugh my 10yr old grandson is always showing me something new on this thing.Hes always trying to get me to play some game so he can whoop my butt....and have a good laugh ....
My grandaughters are 8 and 10. I was speaking from experience. I know what you mean.

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How do they get their fingers and thumbs moving like that??? and both hands at the same time... I thought playing guitar was hard.
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Old 12-27-2012, 06:06 PM
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Its the younger generation that has the puter savy,, I do the hunt and peck typing system,, the ends of my fingers are as big as a 1 1/2 " stick.. hit at least 2-3 buttons at a time,,, proof reading sucks too,,,
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Old 12-28-2012, 06:03 AM
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Ya ,I think us old farts are more the driver type,my putting sucks,every once in a while I go to the driving range and whack a few buckets of balls But I never had the urge to actually play golf......To many doctors and lawyers out there
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I tried hitting a golf ball once,,, and dug a hole completely around it ,, it set there on its little dirt TEE and never moved,, even from the air whizzing around it from the club ,, just not my thing obviously,,,
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