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post #121 of 160 Old 11-24-2011, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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Let me rephrase my earlier statement, get out'a here old fart smart azz

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lol... Have patience my son have patience...

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Let me rephrase my earlier statement, get out'a here old fart smart azz

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Wow, confused.

One post you're older, the next younger than me. (man, I crack myself up) hahaha!!!
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Hey, is it done yet? Quit monkeying around on the internet.

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Sigh... I wish I could work on while being paid by the city!... But they spect' me to fight fire and work on broke people instead :(

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So then i spose what yer tryin to say here is ...NO..it aint done yet

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Is it getting close to done???


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Yeah... It's done... Hahaha except for what I left to do on it...

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Sigh... I wish I could work on while being paid by the city!... But they spect' me to fight fire and work on broke people instead :(

~tom ...it's better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt...
Sorry to jump on the dog pile here. But since people (very, very bad people) have already derailed your thread, may I just take this oppourtunity to chime in and say thank you? I don't think you firemen and medics get the kind of appreciation you truly deserve. But I know that when I need the help someone like you will be there to save my or and family's ass.

You risk your life and safety for others. And that, my friend, is something we can all be thankful for. Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving.

Oh, and I too am waiting to see this awesome dresser finished. Just saying.
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Sorry to jump on the dog pile here. But since people (very, very bad people) have already derailed your thread, may I just take this oppourtunity to chime in and say thank you? I don't think you firemen and medics get the kind of appreciation you truly deserve. But I know that when I need the help someone like you will be there to save my or and family's ass.

You risk your life and safety for others. And that, my friend, is something we can all be thankful for. Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving.

Oh, and I too am waiting to see this awesome dresser finished. Just saying.



What a suck up.

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What a suck up.
Lol, got a lil brown spot right ther'

Thanks, Steve. The thanks are always appreciated but in all honesty I've never really seen it as anything special. It's a personality the lands you here so the things we do that people think are crazy are pretty much normal for us. I guess we just adrenaline junkies that were smart enough to get paid for thrills instead of the other way around

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Finally got the lacquer done... Hope she likes it!

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That turned out really nice Tom!

Great job!

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Awesome Piece of work!! Great Post!!

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About time you got off the sofa and finished this!!

Oh wow that looks nice. You did well for a young guy. That pine finishes real well, lol!!!
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Finish looks very nice Tom. Thanks sharing. I think she'll love it.

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That is one very fine looking piece of furniture. Thanks for posting the updates for this. Simply Gorgeous!!!!

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Oh my... Wow! Just wow. That turned out extremely nice. Man, what anamazing piece of work. That is well worth the wait.
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Geez Tom, that is beautiful. I am blown away with your skill and attention to detail on this one. Fantastic work once again my friend. This one was well worth the wait.
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That turned out really nice. Fantastic work . The finish looks very good.
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