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post #1 of 6 Old 11-15-2010, 08:39 AM Thread Starter
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big norm abram fan!

hi guys, ive been a carpenter/ joiner since i was 16, i'm here for fun, to learn and give any advice i can,

but first, lets be sure to read, follow and understand our power tools, and remember there is no more important rule than to wear these, saftey glasses!
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post #2 of 6 Old 11-15-2010, 11:57 AM
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G'day Darren glad to have you with us! I see you do a lot of window work. You run into a lot of sash windows in Oz? They are becoming more and more rare in my neck of the woods.
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I did not notice any accent in your typing.

Hummm.... do you notice any in mine?

Glad to have you here, sir, from the Southern Hemisphere!
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The dot "au" at the end of his web page address gave it away. The "joiner" description was another hint.
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Hi guys. There's an accent alight but its broad scottish! Lol
Been in oz around ten years now.
Yes there's a few double hung around john , not to many though.

Getting hot here in Sydney at the moment. I'm about to do another install for granite transformations, have you guys heard of. THem? I think they opened up in the US

Thanks
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Hi guys. There's an accent alight but its broad scottish! Lol

Thanks
So you must sound like Dario Frenchitti (Indycar Champion). <-- Good Scottish name, huh?!. I was rooting for Will Power though <-- Aussie

Getting cold here in Detroit. Gets dark about 5:30 pm local time already.

Hope you have a nice summer, mate.
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