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It never ceases to amaze me, the quality of work and diversity of projects that I see on this forum. A lot of true Craftsmen, er, craftspeople, on here. I'd name some of them but you know who you all are.

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Gotta agree with you, Doug!

I have found that hand tools are the best choice when I want to make mistakes at a slower rate of speed.

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You are right, Doug. It's the diversity of projects that makes this forum so entertaining for me. I enjoy seeing projects done at any skill level because it shows the poster was enjoying the same things I do.

I urge all you lurkers to step forward. C'mon ... you know who you are ... get out of the shadows, add some comments and show your stuff. This forum isn't a small clique of an in crowd, it's a world wide assembly of people with a common interest. You're on this forum so Post. Post. Post. Ask questions and share your ideas, your successes, your failures. We're all in the same boat and love to hear about them. Everyone will treat you fairly and you'll feel good when you hear others praise your work ... and they will. And when that happens, as we said in the 60s, you'll be feelin' groovy.

And me? Well, I'll have some new ideas to ... ummm ... "borrow." Yeah, that's the word, "borrow." ("Steal" would make it sound way too sordid.)

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You are right, Doug. It's the diversity of projects that makes this forum so entertaining for me.

And me? Well, I'll have some new ideas to ... ummm ... "borrow." Yeah, that's the word, "borrow." ("Steal" would make it sound way too sordid.)
I'll second Doug's motion...

is it stealing when you have permission???

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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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No, Stick; that's taxation...
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It never ceases to amaze me, the quality of work and diversity of projects that I see on this forum. A lot of true Craftsmen, er, craftspeople, on here. I'd name some of them but you know who you all are.
(Glue ) spot on , Doug .


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Also agree with Doug! Since joining (few years ago), I haven't gone a day or evening without peeking in at least and see what's cool projects or tips are shared. And enjoy sharing my own experiences as well and getting constructive criticism and tips.
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Cant tell you how much I enjoy and learn from seeing and reading about some of the projects on this forum. Thanks to all who share.
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I find projects fascinating , but I also find our members here building new kitchen cabinets very fascinating . My favorite topic though is router table builds as I can't get enough of those . There's some amazing builds here and many different approaches
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