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  • Re: Screw You - We're from Texas...

    Virginia  -  When Sir Walter Raleigh stepped ashore he named this land Virginia.  Virginia went all the way to the West Coast.  We gave away all that wasn't up to standards.
  • Re: No woodworking skills whatsoever....

    #1  Explain to you wife that you need a lots of tools.

    #2  Remove all the safety equipment from the new tools.

    #3  Buy more supplies than you need for you will make a few cutting mistakes, even consider using cheaper wood for your first project.

    #4  Find a old guy in the neighborhood that has too much time on his hands but loves woodworking.

    #5  Watch out for your fingers, because you have removed all the safety equipment, consider buying a good first aid kit.

    #6  Go to it and learn as you go.  Brag on how easy it was.  Never tell your wife what it really cost.

    #7  Don't use oak or treated wood in a closed space.

    #8  Fend of all  the people that want you to make them one.


  • Re: Platesetter tool?

    Made one for a couple dollars