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    I'm a cheap watch guy by necessity. I have owned...

    I'm a cheap watch guy by necessity. I have owned over 20 watches I my almost 66 years. The longest any single one lasted before I destroyed it was 5 years. Many only lasted a year or less. I...
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    Just take it really slow Paul. The mouth opening...

    Just take it really slow Paul. The mouth opening is the most critical part you have left to do. Everything else is just cosmetic. Do not try to rush and if you have any doubt about whether or not...
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    Kees, for a lot of information and sources of...

    Kees, for a lot of information and sources of further information on 17th and 18th century furniture and reproduction techniques check out the website of the Society of American Period Furniture...
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    Hey Moses, lookin' good. I can't see much change...

    Hey Moses, lookin' good. I can't see much change from when I met you at one of Bill Grumbine's events back maybe 10-12 years ago. The intervening years have treated you well.
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    Mine cuts end grain just fine as long as I...

    Mine cuts end grain just fine as long as I recently sharpened the blade.
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    I've made a few Paul. With the adjusters and...

    I've made a few Paul. With the adjusters and blade as tight as possible the opening should be under 1/32". You make the mouth wider by using the adjusters so as tight an opening as possible should...
  7. My wife has no interest in wood or woodworking...

    My wife has no interest in wood or woodworking other than there being firewood for the wood stove and enough lumber for me to build what she wants. This year it was a new deck, a new patio, and some...
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    Phil, I'll bet that the ads during games are far...

    Phil, I'll bet that the ads during games are far too expensive and that the PACs and candidates campaign committees have made the decision that the same money buys 2-6 (who knows?) times as many ads...
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    Roger, I was not commenting on the seriousness of...

    Roger, I was not commenting on the seriousness of AIDS compared to other diseases other than the patently obvious fact that there is a lot of political clout behind the expenditures and efforts to...
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    Phil, I said statutory authority. Again, they...

    Phil, I said statutory authority. Again, they can make the recommendation, but they can neither make the decision nor enforce it. The declaration of a pubic health emergency would be made possibly...
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    A serious note folks. The CDC is primarily a...

    A serious note folks. The CDC is primarily a research agency and a resource agency serving the government, doctors and other health professionals, and hospitals. It does not have statutory...
  12. I agree on the keeping it longer in the oven...

    I agree on the keeping it longer in the oven Dave. You open the door to insert the cookie tray and it is probably another 5+ minutes to get back up to temperature.
  13. My approach is to do the hardening in my basement...

    My approach is to do the hardening in my basement shop using peanut oil for the quench and a propane or MAPP gas torch for the heat. Using a vegetable or preferably a nut oil will do much to avoid...
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    The ads are hot and heavy here in NH because we...

    The ads are hot and heavy here in NH because we are a small state and one senate seat is up for grabs. The other lesser contests here are also showing huge amounts of money spent on attack ads. ...
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    To brass or not to brass... that is the question....

    To brass or not to brass... that is the question. The answer is a definite "it depends". Unbrassed works well for harder woods like ebony, boxwood, and some others but eventually you will wear away...
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    Not only are you lucky Rich, but your grandson is...

    Not only are you lucky Rich, but your grandson is even more lucky to go to a school that still offers shop classes. It is truly unfortunate that so many programs have been discontinued as irrelevant...
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    It's been a long time since I had a course in...

    It's been a long time since I had a course in epidemiology but here are a few general guidelines for multiple contagious diseases.

    1. The disease has to first have a host or several hosts which...
  18. Don't start on the weather folks. All it will do...

    Don't start on the weather folks. All it will do is aggravate you. Watch the network nightly news on any TV channel these days and about 20% of the time is devoted to weather disasters. While they...
  19. How about the infamous Y2K computer "meltdown"...

    How about the infamous Y2K computer "meltdown" debacle that didn't happen?
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    Opinions will vary due to personal preferences,...

    Opinions will vary due to personal preferences, but right now any of your proposed choices will work well. While high angle shaves may be problematic depending on the manufacturer (Kunz comes to...
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    I still have my hat. I never bought the mug.

    I still have my hat. I never bought the mug.
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    Concur Tony!! I've already received a renewal...

    Concur Tony!! I've already received a renewal notice and email but have done nothing yet. I suspect I will let the subscription lapse. Not necessarily because of just content, but because I've...
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    In addition what Ken said directly, often when...

    In addition what Ken said directly, often when there is a reshuffling, reorganization, or what in reality is a downsizing, folks with prospects leave because they feel insecure and worry whether or...
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    Note to Phil and others. If you don't think...

    Note to Phil and others. If you don't think government agencies "blackmail" or use subtle threats you are very na´ve, too young to remember, or have a short memory. Remember good ole J. Edgar? He...
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    Jim and John, You guys are cracking me up. My...

    Jim and John, You guys are cracking me up. My favorite story is being called into a meeting at one of my customers because a product destined for a EU customer failed VDE emissions testing. The...
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