If you have their respect you don’t have to tell them. My previous place of employment I did all kinds of jobs for 13 years. As a Line chief in charge of a small crew (5-7 people) my responsibility was to assign them to a work area & relieve them for breaks. I had their respect because I could do their work and make it look easy. I also had to train newbies. Much harder.
If he quits flapping,he’ll be afraid of dropping!
I like mine in front where I can keep an eye on it!
I was going to mention the story about the Russians using a pencil and NASA spending money to develop a “Space Pen” but after a little research found this instead: http://mentalfloss.com/article/13103/russians-didnt-just-use-pencils-space
Looks like an ID10T problem!
Pints. More flavors!
Excerpt from http://www.fightthebias.com/resources/gundebate/history_of_gun_control.htm
Although the American federal government is the best-armed and wealthiest in the world, so is the American populace. Approximately half of all American households possess a gun. 117 In the United States, there is more than one gun for every adult American. 118 Hundreds of thousands (or millions) of Americans practice “reloading”—the home manufacture of ammunition—as a hobby. 119 As of the fall of 1994, commercial American ammunition makers were producing well over a million rounds of ammunition per day and yet cannot keep up with the immense consumer demand. 120 In response to the gun control laws being enacted and proposed in 1993 and 1994, the American gun-owning public has begun stockpiling weapons and ammunition in quantities that may be without historical precedent. 121 Now that Guns and Ammo, a magazine with a circulation of half a million, has begun publishing tips about how to bury guns for long-term storage, it is safe to assume that a rather large number of gun owners are putting away a great deal of provisions for a rainy day. 122
I count 28 MITSAKES!