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post #1 of 21 Old 12-30-2011, 02:57 PM Thread Starter
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Blades, knifes, depend were you are from, who realy cares what you call them. My spelling isn't that great, but my woodworking is alot better then yours and I have alot more and better tools. The only time spelling matters is in school and I aleady have my MS. degree.
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post #2 of 21 Old 12-30-2011, 04:55 PM
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Blades, knifes, depend were you are from, who realy cares what you call them. My spelling isn't that great, but my woodworking is alot better then yours and I have alot more and better tools. The only time spelling matters is in school and I aleady have my MS. degree.
Your style is definitely unique. I'm not allowed to comment on your woodworking other than to say it is 'different'.






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Blades, knifes, depend were you are from, who realy cares what you call them. My spelling isn't that great, but my woodworking is alot better then yours and I have alot more and better tools. The only time spelling matters is in school and I aleady have my MS. degree.

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I dont see a thread where youve been corrected. Whats your beef?

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I dont see a thread where youve been corrected. Whats your beef?
Same here.

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Post up some of that fine azz woodworking...

I'll go pic for pic with ya Johnyboy.

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post #7 of 21 Old 12-30-2011, 05:27 PM
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Blades, knifes, depend were you are from, who realy cares what you call them. My spelling isn't that great, but my woodworking is alot better then yours and I have alot more and better tools. The only time spelling matters is in school and I aleady have my MS. degree.
Not corrected? Here's a thread: http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f12/machines-33012/
A fine example: http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f2/sa...storage-32870/

Here's a good one: http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f11/h...you-own-32878/

MS as in Miss Spelled words? this thread is another example of useless information in my view..what's your beef? More and better tools? Really? Post 'em up.


The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)

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I see now. What the heck is happening to WWT? Why all the childish drama all the sudden? There was a couple posts a bit out of line in that thread but nothing to warrant this seperate thread.

RRBrown, knottscott and many others were banned, they didn't just leave. They were banned for standing up to the new owners that are destroying this site. Come join us all at woodworking chat, the best new woodworking site on the net!!
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MS as in Miss Spelled words? this is another example of useless information in my view..what's your beef? More and better tools? Really? Post 'em up.
Should have cropped out the two people on the right in the picture
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Blades, knifes, depend were you are from, who realy cares what you call them. My spelling isn't that great, but my woodworking is alot better then yours and I have alot more and better tools. The only time spelling matters is in school and I aleady have my MS. degree.
I didn't realize that you needed to have expensive tools to be a good woodworker. Most of us should just give up now.
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You know them?

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Nobody I know. bill

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Nobody I know. bill
Ha, no, but the sentence would be more appropriate for this thread without those two
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Here, I'll Even Start!

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See if you can top this...
Turn this thread into something more interesting :)
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Ooooh...wood on an angle. Incredible!!






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that's "dripwood"

The water drips down on the bumper...... bill

Nice restore to a "woody" BTW

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Do not ask to see his work. The pictures he posts are so fuzzy I get vertigo looking at them trying to see what the pic is.
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talk about....


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Holy crap! How'd I miss this thread?!?!?!?! So many funny observations to comment on, where oh where to begin?

I've heard of bringing a knife to a gun fight... but talk about bringing stupid to a smart fight!

And as for the MS thing... that has a few medical meaning which made me grin, but what does that have to do with anything? I have a BS and an AS... Whoopty friggin do

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