Live in DFW area.
A claw hammer is very handy. Part pry bar then part tight nut loosening tool. In our basic Army tool box we had a claw hammer, a crosshead screwdriver, a flat tip screwdriver, and an adjustable wrench. All we ever needed. Once we were master mechanics we got a open /box end wrench set and a socket set.xD
Wally is also a qualified equipment operator. An all around engineer!! But I can agree with Duffy…..xD
Today it’s masks and social distancing needed to survive.
Toby needs to stop and take time for a fan. And with that director’s order the special effects budget exceeded the budget for production.
Back when Sputnik was sent up in the 50s it actually caused panic to many folks. My uncle would run in the house specially at night claiming the Soviets were beaming down something. All it did was emit a single timed beep at the high end of AM radio. You could head it on your car radio. A first conspiracy victim.
All about the loss of Aswang habitat.
Seen that happen. Knew this fellow who a champion bench press competitor. His upper body was so big he could not touch his finger tips at his chest. His legs were toothpicks.