It's very easy to rack up posts on forums - questions, responses, on going threads (what did you today etc.)
Yep, correct there
Perhaps it would have been better if you had not answered the thread at all.
Post count does not make one an expert nor does it make one knowledgeable of all the aspects of a very in depth hobby (which is what it is for me).
From machinery and tools, to wood types, to finishing, to wood turning... An endless amount of information most of the experts here have taken YEARS to absorb and are willing to share in their spare time!
I happen to greatly respect the experts and the amount of knowledge they are willing to share with people like myself.
They have given me an incredible amount confidence based on the sharing of that knowledge and their insight into the many aspects of this hobby and the many foolish questions I have asked over the past 1.5 years!
It is a hobby for me, not a job and I've been at this on and off for 1.5 years.
I have not made a table top, never heard of Breadboard before this thread, and still have no clue what a Farm Table is unless it's a table on a Farm!
If you are indeed here to help, then perhaps starting a response with "and probably sound rude" is not the most appropriate way to offer assistance!
Feel free to direct to me another thread that discusses what a Breadboard is and I'll read it and in your words "observe" it - there is no other that I could find.
Research... I looked up breadboard before asking the question - I got pages and pages of electronic circuitry results which made absolutely no sense.
So I asked a question...!!! EXCUSE ME FOR ASKING!
If I ask too many DUMB questions, my apologies to all - I'll stop asking questions here and find another place to ask for guidance.
You really PISSED me off here @Tennessee Tim