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12-23-2018, 06:08 AM - 9 Likes   #14101
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We put the hardware on this little walnut and ash box today and rubbed on a final coat of finish. Then we had a round of Foothills Brewery Frostbite IPA. Points if you can identify the model of the blurry Stanley bench plane in the background.



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QuoteOriginally posted by Neuse River Sailor Quote
We put the hardware on this little walnut and ash box today and rubbed on a final coat of finish. Then we had a round of Foothills Brewery Frostbite IPA. Points if you can identify the model of the blurry Stanley bench plane in the background.
You do nice work. Thumbs up. I'm guessing it's the Oliver model Stanley plane. "And that's another fine mess you've gotten me into."
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You do nice work. Thumbs up. I'm guessing it's the Oliver model Stanley plane. "And that's another fine mess you've gotten me into."
Wow, thanks for the compliment on our work. The plane's just a "plane" jane Stanley #5 Type 18 - early postwar, 1946-1947.
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Wow, thanks for the compliment on our work. The plane's just a "plane" jane Stanley #5 Type 18 - early postwar, 1946-1947.
It's a beautiful box. My wood working skills are at best slightly below average. Apparently my Oliver and Stanley joke didn't go over well. A classic Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy line from their movies, which were popular from the 1920's to 1940's, was "and that's another fine mess you've gotten me into." I'm a fan of old comedy movies.
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A classic Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy line from their movies, which were popular from the 1920's to 1940's, was "and that's another fine mess you've gotten me into." I'm a fan of old comedy movies.
Ahhhh, thanks for enlightening me. I was trying to puzzle out the Oliver/Stanley connection and getting nowhere. My comedy tastes tend toward Peter Sellers, though my kids have introduced me to the totally bizarre pleasures of "The Mighty Boosh." Talk about a fine mess...
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Ahhhh, thanks for enlightening me. I was trying to puzzle out the Oliver/Stanley connection and getting nowhere. My comedy tastes tend toward Peter Sellers, though my kids have introduced me to the totally bizarre pleasures of "The Mighty Boosh." Talk about a fine mess...
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My comedy tastes tend toward Peter Sellers
"A Shot in the Dark" with Elke Sommer is in my top 10 movies ever.
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It's a beautiful box. My wood working skills are at best slightly below average. Apparently my Oliver and Stanley joke didn't go over well. A classic Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy line from their movies, which were popular from the 1920's to 1940's, was "and that's another fine mess you've gotten me into." I'm a fan of old comedy movies.
Brings to mind the scene in "Blazing Saddles" when the new sheriff (Cleavon Little) is riding into town. The mayor (?) declares "We want to offer you a laurel, and hearty handshake!"
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