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    Phil Thien

    Texting while driving?

    Thread Starter: Phil Thien

    I know there are laws against, but I see more texting while driving than ever before. It seems like if I am next to another car on a two-lane road, that there is about a one in ten chance that the other driving is texting. Under thirty-YO people, mostly. It has altered the way I drive. I...

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    Adam Stevens2

    Sharpness Epiphanies

    Thread Starter: Adam Stevens2

    Was wondering whether others in this group had the same or similar epiphany I had today regarding sharpness in their tools? I've probably been bumbling along for a year or so thinking my blades were pretty sharp, but after today I've seen the error in my thinking. I got myself a set of new Narex...

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    Russell Neyman

    Woodturning Deaths?

    Thread Starter: Russell Neyman

    Somehow, a flurry of dialogue over "the inherent possibility of serious injury" in Woodturning. Okay, okay, I understand the need for eye and lung protection, but as long as we stay clear of the line of fire (the area directly opposite the axis of the wood) I think we're safer than riding in a car....

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    Russell Neyman

    You know you're a woodturner if....

    Thread Starter: Russell Neyman

    I was filling the chainsaw today and noticed that my gas can spout had a bottle stopper preventing gas from spilling. Now, WHO BUT A WOODTURNER WOULD HAVE SOMETHING LIKE THAT?!! It occurred to me that this would be a great opportunity for some sarcastic humor. So, what odd and unique things do...

    Last Post By: Steve Huffman Yesterday, 9:42 AM Go to last post
    Dennis Peacock

    And So It Begins - Build Thread - Strat

    Thread Starter: Dennis Peacock

    Excited. Wood arrived, guitar hardware arrived. Chuck and I got together today to look over the hardware components, wood, and the plans. We went to Staples later in the day and had the plans printed. Template wood is in the shop, plans printed and reviewed. We both may be building the same...

    Last Post By: Dennis Peacock Yesterday, 10:12 PM Go to last post
    joe maday

    just finished- English Oak Bachelors Chest 1730-1740

    Thread Starter: joe maday

    Here is a look at my latest piece, It is an English Bachelor's Chest in English Brown Oak, Georgian period 1730-1740. It was derived from a photo in the Stevens and Whittington book, 18th Century English Furniture.. using "third phase construction" methods. Hand dovetailed poplar carcass, English...

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