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    Thanks, all, for the advice and ideas. I know...

    Thanks, all, for the advice and ideas. I know it's been a while since I've been around, so no worries, but I've been woodworking for quite a while and have a decent collection of tools already, even...
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    I need some hand tool shop advice

    Hello again, all -

    Been a while since I've been on, life intervened. Hopefully back again for good. Part of life intervening includes a recent relocation to the Raleigh, NC area (Apex) where...
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    I believe it's Adalimumab (funny I can't recall...

    I believe it's Adalimumab (funny I can't recall the trade name) that lists "Cancer" as one of the potential side effects. The drug is for Crohn's disease, and I'm sure that it's awful enough that...
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    Just to share on the "preventing auto-playback"...

    Just to share on the "preventing auto-playback" thing - I use Firefox quite often and I installed an add-on called "FlashBlock". It replaces anything flash (including every video on CNN, etc.) with...
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    Got it recently, actually. I liked Nostradamus,...

    Got it recently, actually. I liked Nostradamus, but RoS reminds me more of AoR and Painkiller, both of which are very popular with the boy, who loves most "fast" music. (Left Painkiller off the...
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    I know this is a completely non-useful...

    I know this is a completely non-useful non-sequitur, but when I was perusing the threads, I kinda got freaked out - I thought it said, "Richard Kiel where are you". And that's just odd timing.

    ...
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    I don't know what the confusion is...it's...

    I don't know what the confusion is...it's OBVIOUSLY an invoice.
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    Nice saw! I'm still trying to perfect my...

    Nice saw! I'm still trying to perfect my technique so I can then complain about the saw and get a new one.

    BTW, Jeff, seeing you reminds me that my 5yo son loves the panel and marking gauges I...
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    I will forevermore picture David sharpening his...

    I will forevermore picture David sharpening his tools on the wall.
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    Someone call TSA. No way he made it on the plane...

    Someone call TSA. No way he made it on the plane without those being x-rayed. ;)


    daniel
  11. Have a handful of Jorgy CMs, got them really...

    Have a handful of Jorgy CMs, got them really cheap from an Ace Hardware internet buy about 3 years ago. Like them quite a bit, haven't had much of an issue with them. Occasionally the head jams...
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    Dave, I've replaced two openers in my life. ...

    Dave,

    I've replaced two openers in my life. Both were harder than I expected, but both were easy for me to do by myself. I've never swapped out a unit with a belt, I guess I haven't lived...
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    That's one thing I love about Vegas. Free valet...

    That's one thing I love about Vegas. Free valet just about everywhere. We meet visiting family at nice restaurants at casinos on the strip, and I valet and carry the kids in on my shoulders. If...
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    Al, Peterman Lumber...

    Al,

    Peterman Lumber is the best source I've found so far in Las Vegas, but of course that's pretty much because it's the only source I've found so far! You will likely have better luck in the SF...
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    I visited the web site and was surprised I...

    I visited the web site and was surprised I haven't heard of these before, they seem cool! On the woodworking page, they indicate "required tools" for the brads and nails; I did a further search for...
  16. Chad, I'll be in the minority on this, but I...

    Chad, I'll be in the minority on this, but I think you'll be fine. The rule of thumb is you need at least 3500 fpm air flow to move dust away from a machine, and with a 4" duct, that's about 300cfm....
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    Vinnie, those are great to start with. It's a...

    Vinnie, those are great to start with. It's a long story, but I bought those Narex to start with, then moved and never saw them for years! I wound up giving them away, but a quick test showed them...
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    Shameless plug. If you're interested, Vinnie, I...

    Shameless plug. If you're interested, Vinnie, I did a little bookshelf project for my daughter, the thread is here.


    Regards,

    daniel
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    This is an interesting thread. For as long as I...

    This is an interesting thread. For as long as I can remember, my browser home page is a blank page. I never liked waiting for the inevitable slow-loading home page, and 99.9% of the time, I'm going...
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    Rick, I don't know your background or experience,...

    Rick, I don't know your background or experience, but I've used AutoCAD since release 9 (yep, it's been a while) and I find it quite easy to use. It was the first package I ever used, so that might...
  21. Ooo, ooo, check out the classifieds for a PAPR -...

    Ooo, ooo, check out the classifieds for a PAPR - someone buy it and then do the CPAP side-by-side for a comparison. ;)


    daniel
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    I love zombie threads. Reminds me of my chisel...

    I love zombie threads. Reminds me of my chisel FreeStuff drawing thread. Have to watch and see how many people post possible culprits for the problem before they notice it was the starter cap. :)...
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    I know the vehicle's been mentioned already, but...

    I know the vehicle's been mentioned already, but I love my Ridgeline. 49" between wheel wells, and 1500lb bed capacity. Plus, a really handy trunk that holds tie downs, snow chains, and apparently...
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    Vinnie, first, welcome to the Creek! Second, you...

    Vinnie, first, welcome to the Creek! Second, you should consider paying the $6 to become a contributor to SMC, then you'd have access to the classifieds section. There are often saws, planes, etc....
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    Sewer & Drain. It's basically non-pressure...

    Sewer & Drain. It's basically non-pressure service (gravity service) pipe. Anything with "SCH 40" or "SCH 80" can handle pressurized service like supply, the S&D is for...disposal, I guess would be...
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