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ot losing tools, apprentice woes

updated thu 14 feb 02


Paul Herman on tue 12 feb 02

John Post wrote:
I would just like to point out that losing tools serves an important
evolutionary-sociological function. It is because early man lost so
tools that we know so much about him.

Mixing up the scrap clay in my new mixer today I dug into a plastic
bucket and found the lost tool of the careless apprentice, a needle tool
point on the end of my right ring finger, is this the lost tool you
speak of?
PS to apprentice, you know who you are.
Paul in Doyle, where there are Great Horned Owls hooting tonight.