Parker, CO, US
Please! Please! Please! Make Luck for me! Please! Please! Please!
What is the sincerest form of flattery?
Why not imitate the best period!
This just might give me religion!
Hey! I read about you giveaway on Doug Stowe's WOH blog. Count me in!
Throughout history, woodworkers have been prone to use the best available technology of their time. Commercial woodworkers should only use the tools that provide the most productivity that is consistent with their approach to the business model they pursue. Hobbiest may chose whatever approach they prefer.
Accordingly, do what ever turns you crank, just love what you do!
I NEED it. All of the drawer boxes in my Kitchen need replacement. Termite barf & glue boards just can't take another year.
Dear Shop Talk Live:
I have enjoyed the informational content of your first five shows. The attempts at comedy is mostly a waste of my time and your opportunity to convey value.
Given the hour format, topics such as the design aspects of choosing component thickness proportions might be a very good topic to dwell upon indepth.
Given your reliance on advertising revenue, I applaude your discussion of the pros & cons on tablesaw safety. I hope the Pins & Tails segments continue.
Do you have any plans for FWW Live in the Denver/Colorado Springs area?
Looking forward to winning.
Don't go there. The tooling is not designed for this type of stress!
What about "Bait & Switch" don't you understand? Perhaps the FCC/FTC could provide the neccessary assistance.
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