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Guys I've been trying to keep this a secret but I feel comfortable enough now to tell you all that I have recently been diagnoses with MRPD (Multiple Router Personality Disorder).

Does anyone else suffer from this affliction ?
The worst symptom is it makes you crave routers and router tables , and it doesn't always seem to be brand related so it makes it hard to diagnose . It can also cause sleeping disorders as you research ways to use them late into the night .
Unfortunately there is no cure other than when your Visa gets maxed out and they refuse to raise your limit .
But doctors think there may be a cure on the horizon (they always tell me that crap yet it never happens ).

I am just happy to have this place to console with others who may also be afflicted with this same illness.
I know Stick has it the worst looking at his avatar

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate

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Sad thing is there is no cure for it & it spreads to other areas.

Making sawdust & scraps all at the same time
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Sad thing is there is no cure for it & it spreads to other areas.
Like a pandemic ! I fear it's as far as Australia

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate

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Guys I've been trying to keep this a secret but I feel comfortable enough now to tell you all that I have recently been diagnoses with MRPD (Multiple Router Personality Disorder).

Does anyone else suffer from this affliction ?
The worst symptom is it makes you crave routers , whether there plunge routers or router tables , and it doesn't always seem to be brand related . It can also cause sleeping disorders as you research ways to use them late into the night .
Unfortunately there is no cure other than when your Visa gets maxed out and they refuse to raise your limit .
But doctors think there may be a cure on the horizon (they always tell me that crap yet it never happens ).

I am just happy to have this place to console with others who may also be afflicted with this same illness.
I know Stick has it the worst , just look at his avatar!

Man Rick, I think that have it too, mine is worse than what you describe as it extend so tools other than just routers.

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After a point it isn't just routers. It's any woodworking tool that you don't already have that you think you might find handy. The only known cure is wives.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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But doctors think there may be a cure on the horizon
At first I thought there was a typo.
Cure = curse!

That's my story and I'm stickin' to it!
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The only known cure is wives.
Good point . To bad I was born without a personality as I'd have one of those to lol.
My mom told me to always be yourself . This may be the only thing my mom ever got wrong ,as I should be anyone but myself

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Cure = curse!
I think you nailed it Mike!

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Thanks Dr Rick, now I know what is causing these sleepless nights.

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I have it bad, went to Lowes today & just happened to walk by the tools aisle & loaded up the basket, thankfully I had the cure with me, she said to put it all back.

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