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Neat. I enjoy this guy, even tho he's not near as humerous as Steve Ramsey. Too bad he doesn't have real dogs tho, instead of those rats, maybe a couple of German Shepards. Nice job tho.
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I am going to copy his thin strip jig. So simple.

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Theo, obviously you've never been around Min-Pins before. With their attitude, they'd be dangerous if they were a big dog. They'll take on a Shepard any day, if only to nibble on their tail. ;0)
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Theo, obviously you've never been around Min-Pins before. With their attitude, they'd be dangerous if they were a big dog. They'll take on a Shepard any day, if only to nibble on their tail. ;0)
I don't like little dogs with a nasty attitude. For little dogs I like the dust mop dogs, I've never met one of them yet that wasn't nice to get along with.

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While watching this video, I noticed by the news paper and when his wife is riding her bike, that they live only a few minutes from me. I dropped him a note.
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Good pick up Dan. I assumed he was from France......

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Hi Jim,
No Alain isn't from France, but rather from our beautiful province of Quebec in Canada. As for picking it up, some say I should have become a criminal investigator instead of a steel sales engineer ! LOL All I know is I enjoy what I do. Steel is my bread and butter but wood in my passion.
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