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Question Youngest Woodworker On the Board!

am i the youngest one here? i been woodworking since i was like 11 years old and love it, all my family love the cool signs i make and boxes... well im not going to ask everyone how old they are but i bet ya'all im the youngest here at 17 y.o

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I'm 19. I thought I was the youngest

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19 and still without a router at that
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19 and still without a router at that
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It's the truth Corey. Mark is 19 and doesnt own a router. He does have access to all the goodies and toys at Oak Park though.
19... I was 19 once... of course it was 3 decades ago...

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It's the truth Corey. Mark is 19 and doesnt own a router. He does have access to all the goodies and toys at Oak Park though.
19... I was 19 once... of course it was 3 decades ago...
I knew Mark is 19 ... I misread Bob's post, I thought he was saying he was 19 and no router

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I knew Mark is 19 ... I misread Bob's post, I thought he was saying he was 19 and no router
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You guys might not know this but the Doc (Zook) is only in his late teens. He retired early because he's independently wealthy
(I'll teach him to call me a ditch jumper!)

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Thanks Geordie, but I'm only 12. And you were the one who called it a ditch!
Corey: Mark does in fact have a router, BUT, it is one of those computer thingies.




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Haha, I do not own a Router as in the woodworking hardware. Although I do own a couple computer routers ..... This is a "Router" forum, isn't it? You know the type that you talk about computer routers? Or am I administering the wrong place !!!!

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