Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Caye Caulker, Belize
Yikes, woodwork Tea-partiers.
A few thoughts, then I'm done with politics.
The Japanese were resented for totally different reasons than inferior manufacturing, they showed the US how to make cars again just recently.
At least the Moms and Pops didn't have to work at Walmart for minimum wage.
Factories were owned by Americans that employed Americans who made quality stuff until NAFTA.
History? Empires come and empires go, the Wall Street Royals have sold you out, the US train has left the station.
1,600's? It's all perspective, look at it from an American Indian's standpoint.
As for Belize's 3rd world unfortunates, I adopted 4.
Belize is fast becoming a destination for expats who see the headlight of the oncoming train at the end of the tunnel.
Back to woodworking either you get it or you don't, your or your kid's job is next.
Last edited by bzguy; 10-07-2013 at 08:13 AM.