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dvhw
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Re: Why should he carry it?
dvhw   3/24/2014 3:31:21 PM
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I was joking.  It's really cool the way it is.  Anyway, I have enough problems with tools wandering away to have to worry about them doing it on their own!

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Re: Why should he carry it?
Caleb Kraft   3/20/2014 9:48:47 AM
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That would be awesome if it were motorizied. Unfortunately, it isn't.

dvhw
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Why should he carry it?
dvhw   3/20/2014 2:08:48 AM
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Shouldn't it carry itself?

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