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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-11-2007, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
 
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Default You might be a wood working / Router junkie if......

You stop to inspect and study things out in public, friends house, stores, etc. with wood working in mind.

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You might be a router / wood working junkie if you Wifey comes over and asks:

Wifey: What are you looking at?
Noddy: I'm looking at this joint right here.
Wifey: Why?
Noddy: Because I'm trying to figure out which bit they used to create it.
Wifey: :rolling eyes / walking away:

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...If you look at the frame instead of the picture.

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I think I do that all the time when I go to HD/Lowes, I'm always looking at the kitchen cabinets and say,, look at the price they get for that junk good looking on the outside then you look at the inside....and all the staples they use...and junk wood...
.........and you can almost hear them say, quick get it in the box b/4 it falls apart...

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Watching a movie and taking note of the panelling in the back ground.
What I had posted in 'Cool Box not mine'
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You might be a woodworking / router junkie if... you own more routers and bits than BJ!

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You might be a woodworking / router junkie if... you own more routers and bits than BJ!

Ha ha hahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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You might be a woodworker if... You think your table saws legs are sexy

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You might be a woodworker if... You go to church and wonder which router bits were used to build the pews.

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I think I do that all the time when I go to HD/Lowes, I'm always looking at the kitchen cabinets and say,, look at the price they get for that junk good looking on the outside then you look at the inside....and all the staples they use...and junk wood...
.........and you can almost hear them say, quick get it in the box b/4 it falls apart...

But that's just my 2 cents

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Oh christ!! I am, I mean I do, I mean,,,<gulp>
It is though right? those cabinets are made of floor sweepings and spit!
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You might be a woodworker if... You go to church and wonder which router bits were used to build the pews.

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5/8" round over
1/2" cove bit
2" cove bit
with a 1/4" V bit for decoration.

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