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Old 01-15-2020, 03:37 AM #7
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Originally Posted by MOMENTO MORI View Post
Or do you call a profession. I ask cuz “handiness” or basic caprentry skills seems lost on this generation. When people come to the house to fix basic things I ain’t gonna lie I feel like a *****, but how do I learn?
What you starting with? Have you ever fixed anything? Ever used any tools at all... IDK bike repair as a kid. First step is having the confidence to just pick up your tools and have a go. Have you got any tools?
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