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  1. Boy, "their phone is like an appendage" perfectly...

    Boy, "their phone is like an appendage" perfectly describes my 13 yo daughter's phone usage. Goes to sleep with it listening to music at night and starts texting friends the moment she wakes up. To...
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    I vent mine outside and glad I installed it that...

    I vent mine outside and glad I installed it that way. Very little noticeable heat loss although I'm in a warm climate zone than you. Actually most days working in the shop seems like the DC runs very...
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    No problem with j-boxes for your lights. The...

    No problem with j-boxes for your lights. The Opening thread asked "where to plan for junction boxes for new residential construction". Totally different application than adding lights in your shop.
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    Shawn, I totally agree with you, no problem with...

    Shawn, I totally agree with you, no problem with accessible boxes in your basement. I would do the same.
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    I am not an electrician although I play one from...

    I am not an electrician although I play one from time to time. This is no excuse or reason to install a junction box in a new house under construction. I have build 13 houses over the years and would...
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    Hey Mike, good to hear from you. I'll PM you,...

    Hey Mike, good to hear from you. I'll PM you, we'll compare Cochlear notes.
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    For sure amazing technology. As with Ken I wear a...

    For sure amazing technology. As with Ken I wear a Cochlear also. It's amazing to go to bed a night deaf, get up take a shower the next morning deaf, then pop that Cochlear on and enter the hearing...
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    I purchased a set of these last fall to use on my...

    I purchased a set of these last fall to use on my 920 tablesaw. As with all JessEm items they are very nicely machined. I like how they work. Most of the stock I have ripped so far has been 3/4"....
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    Thanks for sharing this lesson, glad you were not...

    Thanks for sharing this lesson, glad you were not hurt. No trip to ER is a good day!
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    Camshaft/crankshaft sensors can cause...

    Camshaft/crankshaft sensors can cause intermittent problems such as this when they start failing, just a thought.
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    Wow, that is beautiful! Doesn't look like a...

    Wow, that is beautiful! Doesn't look like a learning project with "firsts".
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    I was feeling SAD until I read this. I'm feeling...

    I was feeling SAD until I read this. I'm feeling better now that I don't live on the East Coast!:)
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    Hmm, I mostly use Titebond original but seems...

    Hmm, I mostly use Titebond original but seems like I read somewhere that Titebond II out sold all the others.
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    I agree with Erik on this. The buyer is not...

    I agree with Erik on this. The buyer is not shopping retail, he needs to do his research but there is always some risk buying used from another individual. I've purchased many firearms over the years...
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    Amazing project undertaking. Your work is A-1!

    Amazing project undertaking. Your work is A-1!
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    My wife has me working on a small half bath...

    My wife has me working on a small half bath remodel. I removed the old wall mirror, vanity & sink, the toilet and baseboards. Hung 6 rolls of wallpaper (hate wallpaper) then installed a new vanity I...
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    Warren thanks for sharing this link. Very...

    Warren thanks for sharing this link. Very interesting repair method, this guy certainly thinks outside the box. Must admit, never heard of a pantorouter, very unique tool.
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    Really enjoyed your post and photos, great...

    Really enjoyed your post and photos, great woodworking story that most of us do not get to see very often. I'm sure your hard labors will pay dividends in the future with those beautiful slabs.
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    Very good suggestions. I like the ideal of an...

    Very good suggestions. I like the ideal of an extra attachment, peg or tenon, on the stretcher, one pocket hole screw is not enough. Thanks!
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    Yeah, I didn't give any explanation for the...

    Yeah, I didn't give any explanation for the pictures. The first picture is where the stretcher attaches to the bottom of the leg with a single pocket hole which is torn out. The second picture is...
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    I pre-prime most of the time on plywood cabinets,...

    I pre-prime most of the time on plywood cabinets, shelving units, etc. Less often I pre-paint the unit. The problem with pre-painting is damaging the finish as you machine the stock and assemble the...
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    Furniture repair suggestions

    I agreed to repair an antique desk that belonged to a friend's deceased father, sentimental attachment. The desk is constructed from solid oak, nice heavy old desk but the bottom stretchers have torn...
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    Nice work Jim. Just another area of woodworking...

    Nice work Jim. Just another area of woodworking that few of us explore. Too many categories of woodworking and not enough time to do them all, must pick and choose according to interest.
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    I check CL tools pretty much daily but not so...

    I check CL tools pretty much daily but not so much to pick up a tool for immediate use but to upgrade down the road. Quality, clean tools at a reasonable price are kind few and far between in CL. But...
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    Reckon GB 86 that flubbed that onside kick will...

    Reckon GB 86 that flubbed that onside kick will be back as a Packer next season? Bet he will be thinking about that play for several the next several months!
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