Hiya Chrispy 22:10, 18 March 2008 (EDT)
Let's Teach Dwarves, issue one
This is why you don't teach while plastered.
"So-ah yeah, just got-ah take this here axe, and shwing with all you've got, right here-ah, on da tree."
"Ahm gonna take a bit of a breahk nawh, jus let me know if ye'h need any help, yea? Cheers!"
Keep it simple, stupid.
"This next bit for the bridge is crucial. Make sure to line the flanks proportionally across the azimuthal equidistant projection, with anti-zephyr corrections based on altitude. It's an easy mistake to make, but it really is quite elementary. Remember to cut once, then measure twice. Or wait. The other way around. Cut twice then measure once..."