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August 05, 2005

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Federico

Great work, great story.

But if the kid had to wound himself with one of your tools and starts crying and grandparents in the evening phoned to you whimpering about lawyer and money?

I don't know, I'm so frustrated about stories like yours... Sorry man! :-/

gwadzilla

that is a good story...
expecially since I worked at a shop that often felt like social work

not unlike the actual social work here in DC
a place called Chain Reaction
pretty cool stuff
kids need to know how to fix stuff

people just don't fix stuff anymore

we live in a disposable society

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