- Mar 8, 2019
- Reaction score
- Charlottesville, VA
(Normally don't include all the quoted text but am this time - - - apologies if that offends someone!!)
This is the kind of reading that I find so incredibly useful!
Someone that has shown that they're doing the stuff and then they're telling about what to watch for in the doing.
IMO - - - I'm getting to learn from their experience (am I allowed to say - - - from their mistakes) so that its far less likely that I'm going to do things that may harm me.
Thank you sir for sharing - - - especially all the details - - - - I have far too many irons in the fire right now but you are making casting more and more appealing!
A serious pile of bouquets from here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
x2 on what Joe said.
I normally take safety pretty seriously. Part of the reason is that I cut a finger off on a table saw when I was 15, and didn't even know that I was doing anything wrong. That lack of knowledge of the Do's and Don't's will get you.
I have still had plenty of close calls, but nothing like the initial incident. And the dumb ones that I did even earlier than that.
For me, some things are just too dangerous to do and the learning curve is too long. I will leave those activities to someone who knows what they are doing. But these types of discussions always put a boot in my butt to THINK before I DO.
This is a really scary factory video that I ran across several months ago. Scared the pee out of me.