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I joined Facebook out of necessity , as I had this guy from Florida help me figure out how to build my life size Terminator , source parts etc . So I joined as he wanted me to see his gallery with hs collection of statues , so it's the least I could do .

I don't know much about Facebook other than that . I hit the like button on Facebook when I was directed from the above link if it helps

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Don't use it, Social Networks are an invitation to disaster.
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face book seems to have become a utility...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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I`ve tried explaining to Cricket and Admin before that we don`t fit the profile they have in mind but I don`t think they get it. Or maybe they think they can make us change. Good luck with that. My wife hasn`t been able to do it in 40 years.

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I`ve tried explaining to Cricket and Admin before that we don`t fit the profile they have in mind but I don`t think they get it. Or maybe they think they can make us change. Good luck with that. My wife hasn`t been able to do it in 40 years.
Stick: it is certainly an avenue that allows people to post anything and everything, from stupid cat pictures to heartwarming stories.
Some of the posts, however, are so riduculously off the wall that they make me cringe. However, as with some of the posts here, if it isn't my cup of tea, I stay out of the conversation.

Charles: there are 1213 facebook users that like Routerforums facebook page - wouldn't it be nice if those users became members of this forum. After all, there are woodworkers that live outside of this forum.

I just find it humourous when I read comments like, "not for me" or "I'll never do it". I betcha there was a time when those same comments were being made about a router forum.

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No Facebook. No way.

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Skynet...

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I`ve tried explaining to Cricket and Admin before that we don`t fit the profile they have in mind but I don`t think they get it. Or maybe they think they can make us change. Good luck with that. My wife hasn`t been able to do it in 40 years.
We have no desire to make anyone change. We like you just the way you are.

Facebook (for those who are already on there) is just another outlet for folks to keep updated with topics and projects on our site.

It also lets other woodworkers know that this is an amazing community.
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Facebook is not that bad. It has reconnected me with people I went to grade school with. They live to far away to see so we chat there. I don't post that much and never anything very personal. lol
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Wife's on it, but I'm not. Lot of dribble as far as I'm concerned. BUT..........I know Scottart says it helps on the business end of things.

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