Author Topic: Evil Grinders  (Read 737 times)

Offline ShopShoe

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Re: Evil Grinders
« Reply #15 on: December 04, 2018, 01:58:26 PM »
RE: Story One,

I have a whole lot of extra caution when there are "helpers" around. I make them promise to do EXACTLY EVERYTHING I tell them and NOTHING I don't tell them to do.  If they can't agree to this I tell them to find something else to do and come back later.

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Offline Shiroth

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Re: Evil Grinders
« Reply #16 on: December 04, 2018, 11:50:55 PM »
RE: Story One,

I have a whole lot of extra caution when there are "helpers" around. I make them promise to do EXACTLY EVERYTHING I tell them and NOTHING I don't tell them to do.  If they can't agree to this I tell them to find something else to do and come back later.

ShopShoe



That would be a good idea, but as far as the helper being my millwright father, it was just a chain of variables that led to that outcome, I knew he was going to plug it in, but I didn't know the switch was broken, he didn't know I had it on my leg with his objective being getting me the grinder and plugging it in.

In the end, lesson learned I suppose