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    Ode To The Dremel

    I figure it's about time that we all show our love for, what many believe to be, the best tool on earth... The Dremel

    It truly is hard for me to express the joy I feel when I am forced to break out the dremel; the last resort, the "Trojan Horse" of tools. In a dark place when all other tools abandon me and leave me heartbroken, the dremel always provides a loving shoulder to help complete my tasks. The dremel is a very selfless tool, he/she has no purpose to which they cling, yet is always willing to assist its fellow tools in completing theirs...

    Drill strip a screw? The dremel can help... The jigsaw leave some nasty edges? dremel can restore them. I like to think of the dremel as the Jesus of tools.

    They say Jesus performed many miracles and although it's not thoroughly documented, I believe his first miracle was, in fact, the dremel blueprint (he was a carpenter after all). The good Lord presented me with an image in a dream... I would like to share it.

    This is how I know he loves me

    If you love dremels as much as I do, please express your joy ITT.

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    Dremels rule. That is all.

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    Woooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!! :d

    i love my dremel too!~!!!!!
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    omgosh my skyline has a special dermal holster thats how much i depend on it.
    *sigh.
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    I do not have one yet Good news tho xmas is only a month and a half away!

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    i only have a air-driven dremel-like tool,
    its ******* awesome
    but its heavy, hard to manoeuver (because of the air hose), really cold after awhile (because of the compressed air), and really loud

    so i'm definitly getting an electric dremel for xmas

    anyone know where i can get replacement sanding drums for cheap ?


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    crappy tire sells a whole kit for dirt cheap around xmas.. Josh knows what i'm talkin about.. We've used our fair share of bits lol

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    I would marry my dremel if it was legal.

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    never ever get cordless dremels.

    I rely on my air tool for now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreadedFist View Post
    I would marry my dremel if it was legal.
    +1 to that

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