All of life - and I mean, all of life - is a trade of money for time and time for money. I'm not sure that the way some of us spend our time makes us more intelligent than the way some people spend their money.phil.p":1daaqxrf said:
A bit judgemental, don't you think?phil.p":2kwmpjtn said:
Exactly...so why would one knock anybody for doing it.custard":3s4q4g7v said:
monkeybiter":32bwuuxy said:On the other hand they would be an ideal term starter project for all the kids in the class, 'make your own bench hook', then use it.
Exactly...so why would one knock anybody for doing it.Teckel":39b7lg89 said:I make them all the time. Doesn't mean it's rational, but it's my choice, bit like the decision to buy a bench hook.
Are you being serious or have you missed out the smilie?Scouse":30bu1dp8 said:
Not knocking anyone, just pointing out that decisions that appear irrational to one person are perfectly sensible from another's perspective. I chose to illustrate the point with an example of something I do, chairmaking, that someone else may find potty.custard":dj2blkzj said:
No, I didn't miss a smilie, I was being serious.MickCheese":31q39tlq said:Are you being serious or have you missed out the smilie?Scouse":31q39tlq said: