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BOTD 2/26/16 "William And His Gilbert Big-Boy Tool Set" A Stevie Production

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David M. Katz


Marshall
William and His Gilbert Big - Boy Tool Set
A Stevie Production

You are the father of an eleven year old boy... the year is 1925...

William is generally a good boy, but he does sometimes lack common sense and good judgement, thus landing himself into hot water on occasion.


William -11
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Last Christmas, a well - meaning uncle bought William an expensive toy carpentry set (it cost ten whole dollars!!) and you have been busy preventing disasters ever since...

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The Tool Set


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The radio Uncle Stephen heard the advertisement on...

Today you weren't quick enough and William tried to help out by doing a little carpentry... the kitchen table was a little wobbly and the boy decided to fix it by sawing a little off one of the legs...

Needless to say, the table is now fit for nothing but kindling...

Are you going to light another type of fire with your belt?


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David M. Katz


Marshall
Even in keeping with the context of the time I think William gets a pass UNLESS he has been specifically told not to help fix the furniture. I think the best course is to make absolutely sure the table cannot be salvaged. If it can then William can work with me on properly repairing it. If the table is a loss then William and I will take on a father and son task of building another one.

If William was told not to help fix the furniture then he can still help me but he will be doing so with a very hot and sore bottom.

(If the table is a loss then why not give it to the boy to tinker with before making it in to kindling?)


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db105


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I will warm William's bottom for poor judgment resulting in the destruction of furniture, although not very hard, because I'm secretly amused and pleased by his entrepreneurship.

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Kat


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The table should be fixable, even if it means making all new legs for the tabletop. This will be a nice project to complete together... after his spanking.

Kat

AFinch


Sherrif
I agree with Kat. Especially in 1925.

ivor


Marshall
I'd best make sure his future activities do not involve anything to do with the fabric of the house.....

As for this incident, I'll go along with Kat - although knowing how good my carpentry efforts are it might be easier to buy a new table now Smile

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Jack


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Instead of 'heading off disasters', I should have taken the tool kit and stored it someplace he would have to have help to get it 'for special occasions.' As it is, because of that comment, I think there's no doubt he disobeyed. I am going to have a long talk with him, because I am glad he wants and tries to help, so it'll be made very clear this spanking is for disobedience, but it's going to be a thorough one.

Then, like Kat, we'll see if we can't make repairs.


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squarecutter


Sherrif
Katz is right but Kat also has a good idea. Seems to me the boy needs some carpentry teaching too. The tools alone aren't going to be a lot of use. And if he wrecks another table he'll be bending over whats left of it. Come to think of it I could teach him to make a paddle out of the remains!

ivor


Marshall
squarecutter wrote: Come to think of it I could teach him to make a paddle out of the remains!

That's good constructive thinking Square!

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MemoryMan


Sherrif
It is 1925 and I have been fending off disasters............???

In 1925 I would have told him ONCE

William will be bringing me the strap and dropping those britches ready to learn that the real reason those beer mats were under the table leg was that the floor was uneven.

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