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Just saying Hello and thanks for allowing me onboard. I look forward to learning and sharing ideas.
Born and raised in Texas, live in Florida. Go ahead and use big words, I have a dictionary.

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I hope your dictionary gives the meanings in the US, Canadian, English, Aussie, and New Zealand dialects of woodworking. All of us sometimes have to read beyond the words to understand what someone else is describing. Welcome to the forum. If you don't understand don't be be afraid to ask. Someone else is probably wondering too.

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Just saying Hello and thanks for allowing me onboard. I look forward to learning and sharing ideas.
Born and raised in Texas, live in Florida. Go ahead and use big words, I have a dictionary.

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Welcome to the forum, Jack.

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