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YOU SPEND A MONTH MAKING A HANDLE FOR A YARD TOOL OR
DOLLARS TO BUY A NEW ONE INSTEAD?
FRANK KANSLASKY: I don't need it, so what the hell
do I want to buy it for?
BILL LAGASSE: They ain't reliable if you make 'em yourself.
ANDY LEGRICE: Buy one, it's already made. Why spend
three or four weeks on
it when you can buy one?
FRANCIS MCELROY: I'd soend sevendollars to buy a new
one, then I'd know I
had it -- when you buy it, you know you got your product.
LEO GERMINO: It depends on if you really need it --
you need that money
for your room rent and for your ways of living. The
only people that can
buy them things is the very rich people.
GEORGE STINGEL: I'd buy one, they're already made.
ERNIE BROOKINGS: I'd make it. it could be if I had
seven dollars I'd buy
it, bu I don't have the seven dollars right now.
FRANK: What's he say, that he'd make it?
FRANK: He's a Yankee, that's why.
JOHN FAY: I wouldn't spend no seven dollars for one.there's
all kinds of
tools right here. Eddie Meade's got all kinds of tools
CHARLES SHEA: Seven dollars to buy a new one, it's
ABE SURGECOFF: A second one, right? A new one is too
much, an old one is
practical. If it's new tools you have to put this and
taht and linseed oil
on them. If it's old you can keep it long.
ED POINDEXTER: I would buy one, it's cheaper.
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