Oh, this is an awful cartoon! That's the sort of crap that always happens to me.I never brought my toys to work because I never thought anyone would care to appreciate them the way I did. I've fixed tin robots, cars, Jolly Chimps, GI Joes -- all kinds of stuff. Nowadays I fix my girl's toys. I'm like that old man in Toy Story 2.
Glad you've come out of the toy repair closet, Moe. My addiction to fixing things even led me into the dark world of antique clock repair, a hobby only to be shared with 80 year old men. Feels good to talk about it now.
Wait a minute . . . I just took apart the shutter to my large format lens to repair it. Don't be discouraging now. I have surely entered into the dark mechanical abyss on this one. I feel for this guy without the glasses. When you hike to these high places it's all about the vista. Where would we be without our glasses and bifocals?
Well, don't linger too long with those hobby repairs, you'll end up without a tan! As for the vista, there's always the Travel Channel from the comforts of your armchair.
Ahahaha! A few years ago I bought an old damaged Coo-coo clock so I can take it apart!. I guess I'm already on my way.
OMG!! I love working on cuckoo clocks. Of course, you'll have to make a cuckoo clock repair stand now. You can't do it on your lap because it's very difficult to make adjustments with those two big weights hanging down between your legs and that pendulum swinging back and forth.