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Re: Book Giveaway: Beautiful Boxes: Design and Technique by Doug Stowe

Boxes are one of those wonderful gifts that everyone appreciates and uses. Looks like a cool book.

Re: UPDATE: Refinishing Furniture Made Simple (with DVD) by Jeff Jewitt

This looks like a quality read and would be a help in giving new life to the antiques that have made their way through the generations and into my house.

Re: We're Giving Away Grooving Planes!

♪♪ Shake your groove plane, shake your groove plane, yah, yah, show 'em how to build 'em now. ♪♪♪

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Wood Finishing Fixes by Michael Dresdner

Finishing is always the trickiest part for me. This looks fantastic and I can use the help.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Tables You Can Make, from the editors of Woodworker's Journal

Always eager to learn more. My Mom could use a new table, maybe one of these is just what's needed.

Re: Man Wins Big Money in Tablesaw Lawsuit

Even though the braking system has been invented it is still not public domain. How is it that an individual can successfully sue a company for not providing a device that they are not allowed to manufacture or use? If they built a brake on their brand of saw they would be sued, if they don't they are sued. Nice legal system. Should never have happened unless the brake was mandated by law, which cannot happen until the patent is up. This is indicative of the larger trend in our society of zero personal responsibility.

Re: UPDATED: Giveaway and Poll: The Most Requested Woodworking Gifts of 2009

I could really use a moisture meter. Getting into turning and I have jumped the gun on some nice lumber. I would be nice to know when it is seasoned enough.

Re: UPDATED: What Tools Are on Your Holiday Wish List?

A set of LN bevel edge socket chisels. I think they would even fit in my stocking.

Re: What's your favorite hand or power tool?

A tough question for sure. My favorite tools bar none are my own two hands. With them I am able to use all of the others and I am able to appreciate the end product on a different level. There is nothing like running your hands over a finished turning or silky smooth table top.

Re: Sam Maloof: 1916-2009

What a true inspiration. He touched us all and will be remembered fondly.



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