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Coming off the tangent ...

... and back to model boat building

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Banjoman07/04/2020 13:05:46
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Bob,

It is just a silly play on words (What? Me? Playing on words? Nah ...), or rather on the figurative expression "going off at a tangent", that is to diverge or err. So if I've been off at a tangent by working wood instead of building model boats, well, if I now go back to model boats I must be leaving said tangential path, eh wot wot?! Thus, coming off the tangent

Paul T.,

Wow. That is learning proper, that is! I'm just an amateur, and very much still on the lowest slopes of the learning curve mountain.

Mattias

Edited By Banjoman on 07/04/2020 13:06:17

Bob Abell07/04/2020 13:10:50
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Thanks Banjo. I had a rough idea

Bob

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