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  1. napolm
    11-03-2014 02:03 PM - permalink
    . Esos que nacieron el mismo día que murió el dictador, esos que ahora son cachorros de un lado y otro, de esas dos orillas que mencionas. Porque todo eso que has escrito sólo es aplicable a un sector muy concreto de la población que, en la mayor parte de los casos, está recluida en geriátricos o cobra una pensión.
  2. 70Goat
    02-25-2013 05:47 PM - permalink
    I am using an adjustable bit and have tried drilling smaller holes around the perimitter first. It still slows my drill press down and I have it set as low as it will run,500fpm.
  3. 520handyman
    03-06-2012 08:50 PM - permalink
    To answer your earlier question about my Grand Dad And Dad, Yes they both lived in Bristol N.H Both worked for the Postal Service
    My Grand Dad was a big fisherman as well as woodworker after he retired. Dad built my Mom a smaller home after us kids moved out
    And enjoyed his garden and work shop. What I said about projects, was that I am in between. A buddy gave me 3 Mesquite slabs I am
    working on. Don't what I will do with them yet. Maybe something nice for the wife. Have some photos of my recent builds but don't
    know how to add them to the album. Help If I figure it out I will post them for all.
    Dave ( 520handyman )
  4. 520handyman
    03-06-2012 12:54 PM - permalink
    Sorry I did not respond to you directly. I am learning the site and been posting replies as quick response.
    I know now how to do it the right way. My reply to you is posted on the general page.
    Thanks for your time,
    Dave ( 520handyman )
  5. adeptr
    01-21-2012 09:20 PM - permalink
    Your questions :

    So is it expensive? .20 per listing, 3 1/2% collected by them upon a sale (way cheaper that e-bay)

    Easy to set up? It was for me but I've been doing websites for years. Actually it is really fairly easy. Just follow the input from their site...its easy to follow.

    Can you cancel easily? Never had to do this yet but from what I read, it would be easy to do...there is no particular time commitment required.

    Thanks for your compliment by the way.........

    Dave (adeptr)
  6. tcleve4911
    09-02-2011 01:03 PM - permalink
    Hi Wayne
    I'm planning on making that Wed night meeting at Rockler.
    I think they open the doors at 6:00 pm?
    I'm the bearded red head with a Rufus hat and the big smile watching the turning stuff......
  7. Visions
    08-31-2011 09:16 AM - permalink
    Hey Cleve,
    I plan to start attending the meetings at Rockler for the Southern Maine WoodTurners on the first Wednesday of every month. From the sound of it, it should be a good time. I've never been in any clubs or other organizations before, but this seems like a good place to start!
    Thanks for the good wishes on the shop-built lathe, I'll likely need them! So far, it's gone pretty well though. The I-beam has been sand-blasted, cut to length and now is at the machine shop for the top flat section to be machined true.
    It still has a long way to go in reality, but I need to start somewhere!

    You also say your a small business owner. What type of business?

    Good hearing from you!

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