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post #1 of 4 Old 04-15-2019, 12:55 AM Thread Starter
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hi all im roger from germany


today i make a viedo how to make a oneway penn as giveaway




i hope you enjoy it


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post #2 of 4 Old 04-15-2019, 10:37 AM
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Welcome to the forum, Roger! Add your location to your profile so it shows in the side panel.

Jump in on discussions, show us your shop, projects, tools, etc. whenever you're ready. Not everyone will watch videos (though your videos are nice).

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thank you david

for the moment i haven my own shop, i have a friend with a little shop where i have a little corner to place my stuff, i start to make the viedos about i get ask for about the customor ant to see how the products get pruduced, and i start to like to do the movies, i know i have to make the movies way better but learning by doing.

sorry for my bad english

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Greetings Roger, Thank you for the very nice video.

You are doing very well with the skew, better than I do with it. Your English is fine, and is much better than my German! I worked for European companies for 15 years, and had the opportunity to travel to several European offices, including Cologne several times. I am amazed at how Europeans learn several languages. I used to know enough French, German, and Italian to get me from the airport to the hotel, give the taxi driver enough information to get to where I needed to be, and order from a menu. beyond that, I relied on the graciousness of my colleagues to take care of me.

Looking forward to seeing more posts and projects from you.
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