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    Kent A Bathurst

    Official 2015 MLB Thread

    Thread Starter: Kent A Bathurst

    Verlander is on the DL. Nathan is also. Porcello with the BoSox. Both Fister and Scherzer throwing for the Senators. That is the closer and 4 starters from 2 years ago; closer and 2 Cy Young starters from last year. What's that mean? Detroit is 8-1 - best record in MLB. Only one run off...

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    Ron Sleeman

    Epilog vs Trotec

    Thread Starter: Ron Sleeman

    Okay boys & girls, I'm about to pull the trigger on a Epilog fusion 40 75watt or a Trotec speedy 400 80 watt. I have read about each of them on the forum. I guess what I'm looking at is the pro & cons on both of them from your point of view...lol I fine that they are both great machines. I will be...

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    Kent Adams

    Video of Burglar Casing My Home with Close Up

    Thread Starter: Kent Adams

    See video clip from last night at 3:30am https://video.nest.com/clip/20143cfc9237435a8c48ac8f7392dbe9.mp4 I have a Great Dane sleeping in the room next to the carport but he didn't wake up. If he had, all "hell" would have broken loose because that dog does not like strangers. I've called...

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    Anthony Whitesell

    Pondering acquiring a tracksaw

    Thread Starter: Anthony Whitesell

    I have begun to start pondering getting a tracksaw. Coincidentally, Fine Woodworking sent an email with some basic information and listed six manufacturers. Festool Dewalt Makita Triton Grizzly (and one other I can't read, but is red-orange in color). Does anyone have any experience with...

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    Rich Riddle

    Your Favorite Unhealthy Snacks

    Thread Starter: Rich Riddle

    With Halloween approaching the proliferation of candy corn increases much to the wife's dismay. She cannot resist that and carrot cake. Chocolate is my weak spot. With the holidays not far off, what snack will prove too much temptation to resist?

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    Anthony Brown

    Cherry Table Top Durability

    Thread Starter: Anthony Brown

    I am looking to make a kitchen/dining table out of 8/4 Cherry (the finished thickness will actually be 8/4, not 7/4 or 6/4). We were originally looking at Hickory or Walnut, but Hickory is not available in 8/4 without gluing up, which I really don't want, and the Walnut is ridiculously expensive. I...

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