Recent comments

Re: The Ghostly Woodworker

I always suspected that this is the kind of thing that goes on in our shops when our backs are turned.

Re: Fine Woodworking On the Road: Come out and see us

Good one, Ralph Barker! Ok, how many of us actually went back up and scrolled the list looking for the misspelling of New Mexico? Ok, how many of us scrolled through it twice? Did we then ask ourselves how small-minded we are, that we have to find the error and gloat over it? I wish you could have heard my embarrassed chuckling.

Re: Your safety first

I would like to apologize to our esteemed woodworking friend from Greece. I thought I'd toss off a snide comment never thinking that I would offend an artist from the country that gave the world Telly Savalas and baklava!!! I should watch my mouth. I also would like to thank Apostolos for alerting all of us to these hazards. We all work more safely when we see the frightening moments that others have. My family got mad when they found out I said what I said. (They love to make lamb with TONS of garlic) and they said that Apostolos's English was just fine! So, I am sorry again!

Re: Your safety first

My shop teacher says this photo is suspicious. Why of course when your sweater and sleeve are drawn into a jointer, you always have a camera in your right hand ready to go.

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