Foo - Who said "you only need two tools - WD40 and Duct tape."?
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I remember reading this a while ago. If something is supposed to move, but it doesn't, you use the WD40. If it isn't supposed to move, and it does - you use the Duct tape. I want to include that in a piece of work I'm writing, but don't want to mess up the reference to who said it first.
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05-16-06, 08:46 AM
I'd guess Paul Harvery
05-16-06, 09:34 AM
05-16-06, 11:04 AM
I think it's been a joke longer than this, but Jim Berg and Tim Nyberg quote that in a book they wrote...something about WD40...I dunno, my dad has it, I'll have to go look it up...
05-16-06, 11:10 AM
It in the state motto of North Carolina
I dunno, but my friend's dad is a rancher and orchardist and he says "If it can't be fixed with duct tape and baling wire, it ain't worth fixing."
05-16-06, 11:32 AM
I think that belittles duct tape, which should only be used for it's proper intended purpose; repairing upolstry.
05-16-06, 11:49 AM
Knudsen, I am :lol: at your avatar. I love that Monty Python sketch!
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