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My Eject-o Tom key has been working fine



ahh, - - ejected, rejected, dejected, neglected, deflected, - - it's all the same after a while . . .
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I'll meet you halfway, somewhere in RI
I'll beat the portfolio outta ya

'n if you start winnin'

I'll just steal it . . .
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ahh, - - ejected, rejected, dejected, neglected, deflected, - - it's all the same after a while . . .
Just be glad you aren't Peladu lately, ouch

Measure Twice Cut Once -- It's a lot easier to cut more off then it is to cut MORON.
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Now there's someone who will never be forgotten . . .
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The second pic is how I do every cab and shelf-edge the hard way, - - custom maple inserts (in this case) as opposed to that cheap-azzed 'face-tape' that I never could stand,
That's a hell of a nice way to finish out a plywood edge. I had not seen it done that way before. Cool the way you wrapped the tile around the corner, as well. I like to do that with one-by stain grade base. I helped trim a house a couple of years ago that used knotty Pine 1x8 base and had bullnosed sheetrock corners. It worked out that there was a knot about three inches long and I "wrapped" it around the corner. I could have sworn I had a picture somewhere.

Anyway, nice work. Looks like a fun project.
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Nice looking work Tom.
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Tom that is excellent work .. your level of craftsmanship just gives me a reason to keep persuing my trade to eventually reach your level....
Way to go Tom
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Thanks for the compliments, guys . . .
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